Sky and BT announce televised matches for April and May

Date published: Friday 26th February 2016 3:32

Premier League: Announce April and May's live games

Premier League: Announce April and May's live games

Leicester and Tottenham will be the most televised Premier League clubs in April and May after Sky Sports and BT Sport announced the latest live fixtures.

Premier League leaders Leicester and Spurs will both be vying for a memorable top-flight title in the final two months of the season, and will each have five fixtures televised by Sky Sports and BT Sport in April and May.

Arsenal and Manchester City, the two sides who comprise the remainder of the top four, will be shown four times, while Chelsea, Manchester United and Sunderland have three televised games.

Bournemouth, Newcastle and Watford are the only sides not to have any of their games televised in April and May.

 

Televised fixtures in April

Saturday 2: Aston Villa v Chelsea (12:45pm, BT Sport), Liverpool v Tottenham (5:30pm, Sky Sports)

Sunday 3: Leicester v Southampton (1:30pm, Sky Sports), Manchester United v Everton (4pm, Sky Sports)

Saturday 9: West Ham v Arsenal (12:45pm, BT Sport), Manchester City v West Brom (5:30pm, Sky Sports)

Sunday 10: Sunderland v Leicester (1:30pm, Sky Sports), Tottenham v Manchester United (4pm, Sky Sports)

Saturday 16: Norwich v Sunderland (12:45pm, BT Sport), Chelsea v Manchester City (5:30pm, Sky Sports)

Sunday 17: Leicester v West Ham (1:30pm, Sky Sports), Arsenal v Crystal Palace (4pm, Sky Sports)

Monday 18: Stoke v Tottenham (8pm, Sky Sports)

Sunday 24: Manchester City v Stoke (12pm, Sky Sports), Sunderland v Arsenal (2:05pm, Sky Sports), Leicester v Swansea (4:15pm, Sky Sports)

Monday 25: Tottenham v West Brom (8pm, Sky Sports)

Saturday 30: Swansea v Liverpool (12:45pm, BT Sport), Arsenal v Norwich (5:30pm, Sky Sports)

 

Televised fixtures in May

Sunday 1: Manchester United v Leicester (1:30pm, Sky Sports), Southampton v Manchester City (4pm, Sky Sports)

Monday 2: Chelsea v Tottenham (8pm, Sky Sports)

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