BT Sport to show battles between Premier League big boys in February

Liverpool vs Arsenal, Arsenal vs Manchester United and Chelsea vs Everton will all be on BT Sport in the new year. Want to know how to book your place at the table for this football feast? Well that's what we're here for…

If you're still in two minds about whether to get BT Sport then its live line-up of Barclays Premier League football for February could well be what persuades you to get on board.

The highlight of its schedule for the month is undoubtedly current league leaders Arsenal taking on second-placed Liverpool at Anfield on 8 February, 2014, kick off 12.45pm, when the Reds will be looking to avenge their 2-0 defeat at the Emirates last month.

A close second is Chelsea, currently third, hosting Everton, who've just taken four points from away trips to Arsenal and Manchester United, on 22 February, 2014, kick off 12.45pm. Jose Mourinho's men will also be looking for redress, this time for a 1-0 defeat at Goodison Park in September.

In between is another tricky encounter for Arsene Wenger's lot, as Manchester United visit on 12 February, 2014, kick off 7.45pm. While the Premier League champions have been embattled of late, they still managed to take three points from the Gunners at Old Trafford last month.

BT Sport's live fixtures for February are completed by two clashes that are unlikely to prove quite so attractive to the neutral - an out-of-sorts West Ham United hosting an unpredictable Swansea City and the up-and-down Aston Villa visiting a Cardiff City side currently struggling for form.

Barclays Premier League matches to be shown exclusively live on BT Sport from 1 February, 2014 to 22 February, 2014

Date

Kick off

Home team

Away team

Saturday 1 February, 2014

12.45pm

West Ham United

Swansea City

Saturday 8 February, 2014

12.45pm

Liverpool

Arsenal

Tuesday 11 February, 2014

7.45pm

Cardiff City

Aston Villa

Wednesday 12 February, 2014

7.45pm

Arsenal

Manchester United

Saturday 22 February, 2014

12.45pm

Chelsea

Everton

Simon Green, one of the big kahunas at BT Sport, said: "The top-class games keep coming with BT Sport. We promised BT Sport viewers top-class football action and that's exactly what we're delivering."

As part of its Premier League live rights, BT Sport gets dibs on what matches to show in 18 of the 38 rounds of matches played each season, and it's clearly taken advantage of that in February, with three of the five fixtures between clubs most would consider the Premier League's big guns.

Does holing up in your living room with that little lot for the duration of what is generally the most depressing month of the year sound good to you? Well there's a number of ways you can now get BT Sport:

  • BT broadband - Free online and on your mobile with all packages
  • BT TV - Free on your telly as well as online and on your mobile with all packages
  • Plusnet broadband - If you already have Plusnet broadband you can get it for £5.99 a month if you have Sky TV as well, or a Sky box, dish and viewing card from an old Sky TV subscription
  • Sky TV - Free if you also get BT broadband, £12 a month plus a one-off £15 activation fee if you don't
  • Virgin Media TV - Comes as standard with TV XL package and can be added to any other package for £15 a month

However, if you're a hardcore armchair supporter and don't mind paying to watch as much Premier League football as possible, Sky Sports is still the place to be as it shows 116 matches live each season - three times more than BT Sport.

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