Live TV Games Announced: Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea & Man Utd Games All Selected

By on October 14, 2016

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The Premier League have confirmed a number of fixtures have been rescheduled after Sky Sports and BT Sport announced their selections for live TV games in December and January.

Manchester City kick off December when they entertain Chelsea at the Etihad on the 3rd and that match will now be shown live on Sky Sports at the 12.30pm lunchtime kick off with West Ham’s clash with Arsenal on BT Sport at 5.30pm.

Liverpool’s trip to Bournemouth the following day will be shown on Sky Sports at 1.30pm as part of a double-header that will see Everton entertain Manchester United at Goodison Park later in the day.

United will be back on live TV on Sunday 11th when they welcome Tottenham to Old Trafford with that game now being broadcast live on Sky Sports while Liverpool’s clash with West Ham will also be shown on live TV, kicking off at 4.30pm.

Boxing Day will see Man City head to Hull live on Sky Sports while Liverpool’s match with Stoke will now be shown on Tuesday 27th at 5.15pm, live on Sky Sports.

The Merseysiders will be back in front of the camera’s on New Years Eve when they entertain Man City at Anfield while Arsenal will play host to Palace at the Emirates on New Years Day.

Tottenham’s clash with Chelsea, Man Utd vs Liverpool and Arsenal against Burnley are other games that have been selected for live TV in January while we will round off the month when Liverpool entertain Chelsea at Anfield on BT Sport on Tuesday January 31st.

Here is a full run-through of all the games selected for live TV and those which have been moved due to the selections:

Saturday 3 December
12.30pm Manchester City v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
5.30pm West Ham United v Arsenal (BT Sport)

Sunday 4 December
1.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
4pm Everton v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Monday 5 December
8pm Middlesbrough v Hull City (Sky Sports)

Saturday 10 December
12.30pm Watford v Everton (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Leicester City v Manchester City (BT Sport)

Sunday 11 December
12pm Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion (BT Sport)
2.15pm Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Liverpool v West Ham United (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 13 December
7.45pm Everton v Arsenal (BT Sport)

Wednesday 14 December
7.45pm Sunderland v Chelsea*
*Consequent to Chelsea v West Brom moving to Sunday, 11 December
7.45pm West Ham United v Burnley*
*Consequent to Liverpool v West Ham United moving to Sunday 11 December
8pm Crystal Palace v Manchester United (BT Sport)

Saturday 17 December
12.30pm Crystal Palace v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
5.30pm West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United (BT Sport)

Sunday 18 December
1.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (Sky Sports)
4pm Manchester City v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Monday 19 December
8pm Everton v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Monday 26 December
12.30pm Watford v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
5.15pm Hull City v Manchester City (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 27 December
5.15pm Liverpool v Stoke City (Sky Sports)

Wednesday 28 December
7.45pm Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)

Friday 30 December
8pm Hull City v Everton (Sky Sports)

Saturday 31 December
5.30pm Liverpool v Manchester City (BT Sport)

Sunday 1 January
1.30pm Watford v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
4pm Arsenal v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

Monday 2 January
12.30pm Middlesbrough v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
5.15pm West Ham United v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 3 January
7.45pm AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
8pm Crystal Palace v Swansea City*
*Consequent to Arsenal v Crystal Palace moving to Sunday 1 January
8pm Stoke City v Watford*
*Consequent to Watford v Tottenham Hotspur moving to Sunday 1 January

Wednesday 4 January
8pm Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Saturday 14 January
12.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Leicester City v Chelsea (BT Sport)

Sunday 15 January
1.30pm Everton v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
4pm Manchester United v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Saturday 21 January
12.30pm Liverpool v Swansea City (BT Sport)
5.30pm Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (BT Sport)

Sunday 22 January
1.30pm Arsenal v Burnley (Sky Sports)*
*This match will move to 2.15pm and remain live on Sky Sports in the event of Southampton v Leicester City moving to 12pm on Sunday 22 January
4pm Chelsea v Hull City (Sky Sports)*
*This match will move to 4.30pm and remain live on Sky Sports in the event of Southampton v Leicester City moving to 12pm on Sunday 22 January

Monday 23 January
8pm Southampton v Leicester City (Sky Sports)*
*In the event of Southampton participating in the League Cup semi-finals, this match will move to Sunday 22 January, 12.00pm and remain live on Sky Sports

Tuesday 31 January
8pm Liverpool v Chelsea (BT Sport)

Wednesday 1 February
7.45pm West Ham United v Manchester City (BT Sport)

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