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Live TV Matches Confirmed: Chelsea v Arsenal & Liverpool v Spurs Among Games Chosen
Games involving Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool will all be shown live during February…
The Premier League have confirmed which matches have been chosen to be aired live on TV by Sky Sports and BT Sport in February.
Chelsea kick off an exciting month of Premier League football when they host London rivals Arsenal at Stamford Bridge for what could be a potential title decider, with the game being shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday 4th at 12.30pm.
Later that day Tottenham will also be in action when they entertain newly-promoted Middlesbrough at White Hart Lane live in front of the BT Sport camera’s, with that game kicking off at 5.30pm.
Manchester City and Manchester United will both play on the following Sunday with their games against Swansea and Leicester both being broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Arsenal will play host to Hull City on Saturday 11th February with the game at the Emirates kicking off at 12.30pm in front of the Sky Sports camera’s while Liverpool’s huge showdown with Tottenham at Anfield will be on BT Sport in the 5.30pm slot.
Chelsea will travel to Burnley on the Sunday with that match being shown on Sky Sports at 1.30pm while Man City’s trip to Bournemouth will now be on Monday 13th, kicking off at 8pm.
Tottenham are then in front of the Sky Sports camera’s once again when they welcome Stoke to the Lane on Sunday 26th before the big Manchester derby takes place at the Etihad later in the day – although the match is subject to United’s participation in the EFL Cup final.
Leicester then round-off the month when they play host to Liverpool at the King Power on Monday 27th, but once again that game is subject to Liverpool being involved in the domestic cups.
Here is a list of all the live TV games in Fabruery, as confirmed by the Premier League.
Saturday 4 February
12.30pm Chelsea v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesbrough (BT Sport)
Sunday 5 February
1.30pm Manchester City v Swansea City (Sky Sports)
4pm Leicester City v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Saturday 11 February
12.30pm Arsenal v Hull City (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (BT Sport)
Sunday 12 February
1.30pm Burnley v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
4pm Swansea City v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
Monday 13 February
8pm AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
Saturday 25 February
5.30pm Watford v West Ham United (BT Sport)
Sunday 26 February
12pm Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City (Sky Sports)
*This match will move to 1.30pm and remain live on Sky Sports should Man City v Man Utd be postponed due to EFL Cup participation
2.15pm Manchester City v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Man Utd’s participation in the EFL Cup final
Monday 27 February
8pm Leicester City v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Liverpool’s participation in the EFL Cup final or either club being involved in an FA Cup 5th round replay