1 / 6 GETTY IMAGES Fixtures are usually the first to be played when the Premier League returns to London, but the last time we were there was a fortnight ago, with the Europa League.
With three games left to play, the two big European competitions will be played before the Premier Leagues return to the capital, on November 18.
The Premier League, the FA Cup and the Champions League are now held in the UK and will be available to watch via the new Sky Sports app on Monday.
The FA Cup is currently played in the North, with Manchester City and Chelsea facing off against each other and Tottenham facing Arsenal.
Arsenal and Liverpool face each other, with Chelsea facing Tottenham.
In total, we’ll be able to watch every Premier League fixture on the Sky Sports platform on Monday, November 18 from 1pm GMT.
The competition will then be played on Sunday, November 22, with Leicester City and West Ham United facing each other on Saturday.
Sunday’s fixture will be the first of the two on Monday with West Ham facing Swansea City in the first leg of the Capital One Cup tie.
Arsenal will face Everton in the second leg of their Premier League tie on Monday afternoon, with Spurs facing Liverpool in the fourth leg of last season’s Europa League play-off final.
Meanwhile, the Premier league will play the Europa Champions League, which is played in four groups of four teams, with each side drawn from the group of the second-placed team in each group.
The group stages will start on Sunday and the knockout stages will take place on Wednesday.
Sunday night will see Chelsea and Manchester City play in the Europa Europa League tie against Everton and Spurs face each another in the group stages.
Arsenal and Liverpool will meet in the knockout stage of the Europa Leagues, which kicks off on Wednesday and will last until the third-placed side from each group finishes second.
It’s worth remembering that the Premier leagues draw is decided by a tiebreaker, which will see the first-placed teams play their second-place teams in a semi-final to decide who will advance to the knockout phase.
All games on Sky Sports will be broadcast on BT Sport.