BT announces Christmas and New Year Premier League fixtures

BT Sport has revealed its Premier League fixture for December and January next year. Subscribers aren’t going to be lacking for high profile matches with Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal just some of the teams facing off.

BT's December coverage kicks off proper on 3 December, with West Ham hosting Arsenal at the London Stadium. That's followed the next week with a bumper weekend, including Leicester City v Manchester City and Chelsea at home against West Bromwich Albion.

Other notable matches include Liverpool v Manchester City on New Year's Eve - sure to be an explosive match as Raheem Sterling returns to Anfield for the first time since his transfer.

The full list of fixtures is as follows:

December

  • Sat 3 - West Ham United v Arsenal, 5.30pm
  • Sat 10 - Leicester City v Manchester City, 5.30pm
  • Sun 11 - Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion, 5.30pm
  • Tues 13 - Everton v Arsenal, 7.45pm
  • Weds 14 - Crystal Palace v Manchester United, 7.45pm
  • Sat 17 - West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United, 7.45pm
  • Sat 31 - Liverpool v Manchester City, 5.30pm

January

  • Sat 14 - Leicester City v Chelsea, 5.30pm
  • Sat 21 - Liverpool v Swansea City, 5.30pm
  • Sat 21 - Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur, 5.30pm
  • Tue 31 - Liverpool v Chelsea, 8pm

February

  • Wed 1 - West Ham United v Manchester City, 7.45pm

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