Manchester City’s trip to Liverpool on New Year’s Eve will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport, as all of the Premier League title hopefuls will be shown on the channel across December and January.
Pep Guardiola’s side started the season in blistering style with six wins in as many matches, while Liverpool are quickly gaining support from fans and media alike in their quest for a first ever Premier League title.
|Saturday 3 December||West Ham United v Arsenal||17:30|
|Saturday 10 December||Leicester City v Manchester City||17:30|
|Sunday 11 December||Chelsea v West Brom||12:00|
|Tuesday 13 December||Everton v Arsenal||19:45|
|Wednesday 14 December||Crystal Palace v Manchester United||20:00|
|Saturday 17 December||West Brom v Manchester United||17:30|
|Saturday 31 December||Liverpool v Manchester City||17:30|
|Saturday 14 January||Leicester City v Chelsea||17:30|
|Saturday 21 January||Liverpool v Swansea City||12:30|
|Saturday 21 January||Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur||17:30|
|Tuesday 31 January||Liverpool v Chelsea||20:00|
|Wednesday 1 February||West Ham United v Manchester City||19:45|
The Citizen’s trip to last year’s champions Leicester City on Saturday 10 December will also be aired live on BT Sport, with their return clash against Tottenham (Saturday 21 January) and their visit to the capital to face West Ham United on Wednesday 1 February also live on BT Sport.
The BT Sport cameras also travel to the London Stadium to show West Ham’s derby with Arsenal on Saturday 3 December (5.30pm kick-off).
Chelsea will hope their season is back on track by the time they face West Brom on Sunday 11 December (12pm kick-off) and Blues fans will also get their chance to see their side early in the New Year when they travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City on Saturday 14 January (5.30pm kick-off).
One of the Premier League’s fiercest rivalries will be renewed live on our channels as Chelsea travel to Anfield on Tuesday 31 January to face Liverpool in a clash sure to produce lots of excitement.
Manchester United fans will get to see their team twice in a week as their trips to Crystal Palace on Wednesday 14 December (8pm kick-off) and West Brom on Saturday 17 December (5.30pm kick-off) will also be shown exclusively live on BT Sport.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport. said: "The football at this time of year is always action packed. We’re broadcasting the best in the league playing top quality football and featuring the European and (Premier League) title contenders.
"This is an exciting time for BT Sport viewers and could play a large role in who wins the Premier League title come the end of the season."