Sky Sports has announced eight new Premier League live matches that will be shown in January, including Tottenham-Arsenal and Chelsea-Tottenham.
In addition to the matches already announced for this month and the holiday season, Sky Sports has added another two weeks of Premier League matches as we head into the new year.
In the first of the just announced matches, Brighton will host Crystal Palace on January 14 for Friday night football, before Aston Villa vs Manchester United on Saturday night football on 15 January and West Ham-Leeds United and the North London derby – Antonio Conte’s first – when Tottenham host Arsenal on Super Sunday on January 16.
The next weekend starts with another one Friday night football clash on 21 January when Watford host Norwich, before Southampton take on the Man City champions on Saturday night football on January 22.
Finally, Crystal Palace entertains Liverpool, before Spurs face another great London derby when they travel to Chelsea, former team of Conte, both in Super Sunday on January 23
Friday 5th November: Southampton-Aston Villa, starts at 8pm
Saturday 6 November: Man Utd vs Man City, kick-off 12:30
Sunday 7 November: Arsenal-Watford, kick-off at 14
Sunday 7 November: West Ham-Liverpool, kick-off 16:30
Saturday 20 November: Liverpool-Arsenal, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 21 November: Man City-Everton, kick-off at 2pm
Sunday 21 November: Tottenham-Leeds, starts at 4.30pm
Saturday 27 November: Brighton-Leeds, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 28 November: Brentford-Everton, kick-off at 2pm
Sunday 28 November: Chelsea vs Man Utd, kick-off 16:30
Saturday 4th December: Watford vs Man City, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 5th December: Aston Villa-Leicester City, kick-off 16:30
Monday 6 December: Everton vs Arsenal, starts at 20.00
Friday 10 December: Brentford vs Watford, starts at 8pm
Saturday 11 December: Norwich City-Manchester United, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 12 December: Leicester City vs Newcastle, kick-off 14:00
Sunday 12 December: Crystal Palace vs Everton, kick-off 16:30
Saturday 18 December: Leeds United-Arsenal, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 19 December: Everton-Leicester, kick-off at 12
Sunday 19 December: Newcastle-Manchester City, kick-off 14:15
Sunday 19 December: Tottenham-Liverpool, start 16:30
Sunday 26 December: Aston Villa-Chelsea, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 26 December: Brighton-Brentford, starts at 8pm
Monday 27 December: Newcastle-Manchester United, kick-off at 20:00
Saturday 1st January: Crystal Palace vs. West Ham, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 2 January: Brentford-Aston Villa, kick-off at 14
Sunday 2 January: Chelsea vs Liverpool, kick-off 16:30
Monday 3rd January: Manchester United vs Wolves, kick-off 17:30
New games announced:
Friday 14 January: Brighton vs Crystal Palace, starts at 8pm
Saturday 15 January: Aston Villa-Manchester United, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 16 January: West Ham-Leeds, kick-off at 2pm
Sunday 16 January: Tottenham-Arsenal, kick-off 16:30
Friday 21 January: Watford vs Norwich City, kick-off at 20:00 *
Saturday 22 January: Southampton-Manchester City, kick-off 17:30
Sunday 23 January: Crystal Palace vs Liverpool, kick-off 14:00
Sunday 23 January: Chelsea-Tottenham, kick-off 16:30
* Watford vs Norwich is subject to change in the event either club is involved in an FA Cup third round replay
Sky Sports has already confirmed his live schedule for November as Manchester City will visit Manchester United on Saturday 6 November.
After the international break, Premier League football returns with a bang as Liverpool host Arsenal on Saturday night football on November 20, before Manchester City hosts Everton and Leeds visit Tottenham on Super Sunday the next day.
Next weekend sees the amazing new Brentford boys look to continue their brilliant start at home against Rafa Benitez’s Toffees on November 28 in the west London curtain lift before Chelsea host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge later that afternoon.
In addition to the matches already announced for November, Sky Sports has added five weeks of outstanding Premier League matches during the busy winter period. In the first of the just-announced matches, the Man City champions will head to Watford on December 4 for Saturday Night Football, before Aston Villa-Leicester in Super Sunday on December 5 and Everton-Arsenal in Monday Night Football on December 6.
On 18 December, Arsenal go to Leeds for Saturday Night Football, then Newcastle-Man City and Tottenham-Liverpool the next day, concluded with Monday Night Football with Everton-Leicester.
There are two Premier League games live on Sky Sports on Boxing Day as Aston Villa host Chelsea at 5.30pm, before Brighton vs Brentford at 8pm. Newcastle will host Manchester United the following day at 20:00, also live on Sky Sports. To bring in the new year, Crystal Palace hosts West Ham on January 1, before Brentford-Aston Villa and Chelsea-Liverpool on January 2 and Manchester United-Wolves on January 3.
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