BT Sport will exclusively screen Manchester City v Liverpool and Manchester United v Tottenham as part of a feast of football on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
BT Sport's latest live Premier League games:
Crystal Palace v West Ham - Tuesday December 3, 8pm
Swansea v Newcastle - Wednesday December 4, 7.45pm
Manchester United v Newcastle - Saturday December 7, 12.45pm
Manchester City v Arsenal - Saturday December 14, 12.45pm
Liverpool v Cardiff - Saturday December 21, 12.45pm
West Ham v Arsenal - Boxing Day, 3pm
Manchester City v Liverpool - Boxing Day, 5.30pm
Southampton v Chelsea - New Year's Day, 3pm
Manchester United v Tottenham - New Year's Day, 5.30pm
The latest round of Barclays Premier League ‘top picks’ has seen BT Sport secure some of the highest quality games, including a mouth-watering meeting between Manchester City and Arsenal on December 14.
That means three games between teams tipped to finish in the top six will be shown live and exclusively over the festive period.
It is the first time BT Sport will be able to offer back-to-back double headers, with West Ham v Arsenal kicking off the Boxing Day action at 3pm before Manchester City v Liverpool gets under way at 5.30pm.
On New Year’s Day, fans can nurse their hangovers by tucking into the double delight of Southampton v Chelsea at 3pm and then Manchester United v Tottenham at 5.30pm.
Nine BT Sport live games were released on Wednesday, with Manchester United v Newcastle on December 7 another stand-out match.
Simon Green, director of BT Sport, said: “We’re delighted with the first pick games that we are serving up through December and the New Year, and BT Sport viewers will now reap the benefits of our Christmas Cracker top picks.
“We are continuing to deliver what we promised football fans – live matches between clubs involved in the title race, the type of matches previously never shown on any other channel than Sky.
“I am especially delighted that we’re able to offer some superb matches over the holiday period and offer two incredibly enticing double headers, just ahead of our FA Cup third round coverage which starts at the beginning of January.”
BT Sport has the rights to show 38 exclusively live football matches from the Barclays Premier League, including 18 of the 'top picks', for three seasons.
The channels will also show live FA Cup with Budweiser matches for the next five seasons, UEFA Europa League, top tier football from Germany, Italy, France, Brazil, Australia and the USA, plus action from the FA Women’s Super League and 30 live matches from the Football Conference.
Click here for a list of all live football confirmed on BT Sport.
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