If you need some help getting over the heartache of England's World Cup defeat you'll be glad to know it won't be long before the Premier League returns and everything is back to normal.

In fact, the domestic football season has already got underway with teams in Scotland starting their European campaigns.

And it's just a few weeks before Premier League is back on your screens, with Sky and BT Sport both revealing their live games for the early weeks of the season.

The Premier League gets underway on a Friday night (August 10) with Leicester City travelling to Manchester United for a game live on Sky Sports.

Sky follows that one up with Newcastle hosting Spurs on Saturday lunchtime and then BT Sport joins the Premier League party with new boys Wolves taking on Everton.

 

 

Your first Sunday schedule of the new campaign will feature Liverpool v West Ham and Arsenal v Man City, which looks like the match of the weekend.

More huge games will follow over the coming weeks. The English domestic season actually starts a week earlier with the Community Shield between Chelsea and Man City on BT Sport on August 4. The Championship (covered by Sky, kicks off on the same weekend).

There's even some live football tonight (Thursday July 12) with Steven Gerrard's first competitive match as Rangers boss. They take on Shkupi in a Europa League qualifier on BT Sport.

 

Sky Sports live Premier League fixtures in August

Friday 10, Manchester Utd v Leicester, 7.45pm
Saturday 11, Newcastle v Spurs, 12.30pm
Sunday 12, Liverpool v West Ham, 1.30pm
Sunday 12, Arsenal v Man City, 4pm
Saturday 18, Cardiff v Newcastle, 12.30pm
Sunday 19, Manchester City v Huddersfield, 1.30pm
Sunday 19, Brighton v Man Utd, 4pm
Monday 20, Crystal Palace v Liverpool, 8pm
Saturday 25, Wolves v Man City, 12.30pm
Sunday 26, Watford v Crystal Palace, 1.30pm
Sunday 26, Newcastle v Chelsea, 4pm
Monday 27, Man Utd v Spurs, 8pm

 

BT Sport live Premier League fixtures in August

Saturday 11, Wolves v Everton, 5.30pm
Saturday 18, Chelsea v Arsenal, 5.30pm
Saturday 25, Liverpool v Brighton, 5.30pm