Live Games Announced For May: Man Utd v Arsenal Among Fixtures Chosen For TV

By on April 2, 2015

Chelsea v Liverpool and Manchester United v Arsenal are just two of the stand-out fixtures that have been chosen for live broadcast in May, the Premier League have confirmed this afternoon.

Sky Sports and BT Sport have today confirmed the fixtures that they’ve selected to be shown live on TV during the first three weeks of May.

This takes us up until the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday May 24, when all league fixtures will kick off at the same time and the TV company’s will make a late call on who to show.

The first big fixture in May sees Tottenham Hotspur entertain Manchester City at White Hart Lane and this game will now be shown on Sunday 3rd, kicking off at 4pm and broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Chelsea take on Liverpool at Stamford Bridge the following weekend and this game will now take place on Sunday 10th, kicking off at 4pm and will again be shown live on Sky Sports.

Manchester United’s clash with Arsenal at Old Trafford will now be played on Sunday 17th, with Sky Sports once again the live broadcaster, as the game kicks off at 4pm.

These three huge fixtures will have a major say in how the top of the table will shape-up heading in to the final day of the season, so it’s promising to be an exciting few weeks of live action ahead.

Here is a full list of the games chosen for live broadcast during May:

Saturday 2 May

12:45pm Leicester City v Newcastle United (BT Sport)
5:30pm Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)

Sunday 3 May

1:30pm Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
4pm Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City (Sky Sports)

Monday 4 May

8pm Hull City v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Saturday 9 May

12:45pm Everton v Sunderland (BT Sport)
5:30pm Crystal Palace v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Sunday 10 May

1:30pm Manchester City v Queens Park Rangers (Sky Sports)
4pm Chelsea v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Monday 11 May

8pm Arsenal v Swansea City (Sky Sports)

Saturday 16 May

12:45pm Southampton v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
5:30pm Liverpool v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

Sunday 17 May

1:30pm Swansea City v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
4pm Manchester United v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Monday 18 May

8pm West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

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