Man Utd vs Liverpool, Chelsea vs Tottenham Among Games Rescheduled For Live TV In March

By on January 24, 2018

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The Premier League have confirmed the latest selections by Sky Sports and BT Sport for live television coverage in March and we have some exciting matches to look forward to.

Arsenal kick things off as they welcome run-away leaders Manchester City to the Emirates on Thursday 1st March with that game scheduled to be broadcast on Sky Sports.

Liverpool are in front of the BT Sports camera’s on the Saturday when they take on Newcastle United at Anfield while Arsenal’s trip to Brighton the following day will be on Sky Sports at 13.30pm.

Manchester City then welcome Chelsea to the Etihad Stadium for the 4pm kick off while Manchester United’s trip to Crystal Palace will now be played on the Monday at 8pm.

Jose Mourinho’s men will be in front of the Sky Sports camera’s again the following weekend when they entertain Liverpool at Old Trafford at 12.30pm on Saturday 10th.

Chelsea’s clash with Palace will now be shown on BT Sport in the 17.50pm slot while Arsenal’s game with Watford at the Emirates the following day has also been chosen for live TV selection.

Tottenham take on Bournemouth at Dean Court live on Sky Sports at 4pm on Sunday 11th while their clash with Newcastle at Wembley has been moved to Friday 16th to be shown on Sky.

Chelsea and Liverpool’s games have been chosen for live TV on Saturday 17th as they take on Burnley and Watford respectively while United’s trip to West Ham will also be on Sky the following day.

Liverpool’s trip to Palace on Saturday 31st has been selected by Sky Sports in the 12.30pm slot while Arsenal’s clash with Stoke City will also be on Sky the following day.

The final fixture to be selected is Chelsea’s London derby against Tottenham with the Blues welcoming Spurs to Stamford Bridge on Sunday April 1st at 4pm, live on Sky Sports.

Here is a full list of all the live TV games:

Thursday 1 March
19:45 Arsenal v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Man City’s possible involvement in an FA Cup 5th round replay

Saturday 3 March
12:30 Burnley v Everton (Sky Sports)
17:30 Liverpool v Newcastle United (BT Sport)

Sunday 4 March
13:30 Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
16:00 Manchester City v Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Monday 5 March
20:00 Crystal Palace v Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Saturday 10 March
12:30 Manchester United v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
17:30 Chelsea v Crystal Palace (BT Sport)

Sunday 11 March
13:30 Arsenal v Watford (Sky Sports)
16:00 AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)

Monday 12 March
20:00 Stoke City v Manchester City (Sky Sports)

Friday 16 March
20:00 Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to possible FA Cup sixth round participation

Saturday 17 March
12:30 Burnley v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
17:30 Liverpool v Watford (BT Sport)
*Matches subject to possible FA Cup sixth round participation

Sunday 18 March
13:30 West Ham United v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
16:00 Manchester City v Brighton & Hove Albion (Sky Sports)
*Matches subject to possible FA Cup sixth round participation

Saturday 31 March
12:30 Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to possible movement dependent upon participation of PL Clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday
17:30 Everton v Manchester City (BT Sport)

Sunday 1 April
13:30 Arsenal v Stoke City (Sky Sports)
16:00 Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to possible movement dependent upon participation of PL Clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday

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