The Premier League may have only just begun but pubs can plan their nights of action for the next few months.
Broadcasters Sky and BT Sport have both revealed the games they will be showing in October and November – and there are some crackers on the way.
Sky's schedule includes title holders Manchester City going to Anfield on October 7 to face the Liverpool side many pundits believe will run them closest this season.
The champions have another huge Super Sunday clash on November 11 when they welcome Manchester United to the Etihad.
Meanwhile, the pick of BT Sport's live games is Spurs against Chelsea on Saturday November 24.
There also a load of Premier League action to catch in August and September. England play Spain in the first UEFA Nations League game on September 8 (on Sky Sports) and the Champions League group stages get going on BT Sport on September 18.
Here are those fixtures in October and November:
Sky Premier League Fixtures
Friday October 5 Brighton v West Ham 8pm
Sunday October 7 Southampton v Chelsea 2.15pm
Sunday October 7 Liverpool v Manchester City 4.30pm
Saturday October 20 Chelsea v Manchester Utd 12.30pm
Sunday October 21 Everton v Crystal Palace 4pm
Monday October 22 Arsenal v Leicester 8pm
Saturday October 27 Manchester Utd v Everton 12.30pm
Sunday October 28 Crystal Palace v Arsenal 1.30pm
Sunday October 28 Tottenham v Manchester City 4pm
Sunday November 4 Wolves v Tottenham 1.30pm (subject to UCL – moves to Sat 19.45)
Sunday November 4 Chelsea v Crystal Palace 4pm
Monday November 5 Huddersfield v Fulham 8pm
Saturday November 10 Cardiff v Brighton 12.30pm
Sunday November 11 Chelsea v Everton 2.15pm
Sunday November 11 Manchester City v Manchester Utd 4.30pm
Sunday November 25 Bournemouth v Arsenal 1.30pm
Sunday November 25 Wolves v Huddersfield 4pm
Monday November 26 Burnley v Newcastle 8pm
BT Sport Premier League Fixtures
Saturday October 6 Manchester United v Newcastle 5.30pm
Sunday October 7 Fulham v Arsenal 12pm
Saturday October 20 Huddersfield v Liverpool 5.30pm
Saturday October 27 Leicester v West Ham 5.30pm
Saturday November 3 Bournemouth v Manchester United 12.30pm
Saturday November 3 Arsenal v Liverpool 5.30pm
Saturday November 10 Crystal Palace v Spurs 5.30pm
Sunday November 11 Liverpool v Fulham 12pm
Saturday November 24 Spurs v Chelsea 5.30pm