How to watch 2018-19 Premier League LIVE on SBS

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The World Cup may be drawing to a close but football never sleeps with the 2018-19 Premier League season to kick off on SBS on August 11.

Catch World Cup stars the likes of Harry Kane, Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Mo Salah - just to name a few - in action for their Premier League clubs.

SBS will continue their coverage of one live game a week, kicking off with Newcastle taking on Tottenham on August 11. 

All SBS' Premier League matches will also be live-streamed via The World Game app. To access the app:  

Download on the App StoreGet it on Google Play 
 

UPCOMING FIXTURES ON SBS:

Saturday 11th August: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday 18th August: 11:30pm AEST (kick off midnight), Fulham v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday 25th August: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Wolverhampton Wanderers v Manchester City

Saturday 1st September: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Leicester v Liverpool

Saturday 15th September: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool

Saturday 22nd September: 11:30pm AEST (kick off midnight), Manchester United v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 29th September: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), West Ham v Manchester United

Saturday 6th October: 11:30pm AEST (kick off midnight), Leicester City v Everton

Saturday 20th October: 10pm AEDT (kick off 9:30pm), Chelsea v Manchester United

Sunday 28th October: 12:30am AEDT (kick off 1am), Liverpool v Cardiff City

Saturday 3rd November: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Bournemouth v Manchester United

Saturday 10th November: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Cardiff City v Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday 25th November: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), West Ham United v Manchester City

Sunday 2nd December: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Manchester City v Bournemouth

Thursday 6th December: 6:30am AEDT (kick off 7am), Manchester United v Arsenal

Sunday 9th December: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Manchester United v Fulham

Saturday 15th December: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Manchester City v Everton

Sunday 23rd December: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Chelsea v Leicester City

Thursday 27th December: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Liverpool v Newcastle United

Sunday 30th December: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Tottenham Hotspur v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Thursday 4th January: 6:30am AEDT (kick off 7am), Manchester City v Liverpool

Sunday 13th January: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool

Sunday 20th January: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion 

Thursday 31st January: 6:30am AEDT (kick off 7am), Tottenham Hotspur v Watford

Saturday 2nd February: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United

Sunday 10th February: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Huddersfield Town v Arsenal

Sunday 24th February: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Bournemouth v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Thursday 28th February: 6:30am AEDT (kick off 7am), Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur 

Saturday 2nd March: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal

Saturday 9th March: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Crystal Palace v Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday 17th March: 1:30am AEDT (kick off 2am), Burnley v Leicester City 

Saturday 30th March: 11pm AEDT (kick off 11:30pm), Fulham v Manchester City

Sunday 7th April: 12:30am AEDT (kick off 1am), Newcastle United v Crystal Palace

Saturday 13th April: 11:30pm AEST (kick off 12am), Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday 20th April: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Manchester City v Tottenham Hotpsur

Saturday 27th April: 9pm AEST (kick off 9:30pm), Tottenham Hotpsur v West Ham United