Sky, BT Sports announce live Premier League games for March

Date published: Wednesday 24th January 2018 3:51 - James Marshment

Sky Sports and BT Sport have jointly announced their televised Premier League schedule for March and the beginning of April.

The highlight fixture of the 19 scheduled for television sees Manchester United take on Liverpool at Old Trafford in a Saturday lunchtime kick-off on March 10.

In another highlight, table-toppers Manchester City face Chelsea on Sunday, March 4 in what they hope will be another significant win on their way to Premier League title success.

Meanwhile, Tottenham could host Newcastle in a Friday evening game on March 16, subject to either side’s participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Tottenham will also travel to Stamford Bridge on April 1, in a match written for the headline makers, given its date.


Televised Premier League fixtures for March and start of April 2018 (on Sky Sports unless otherwise stated)

Thursday, March 1
Arsenal v Manchester City (7.45pm)

Saturday, March 3
Burnley v Everton (12.30pm)
Liverpool v Newcastle (5.30pm, BT Sport)

Sunday, March 4
Brighton v Arsenal (1.30pm)
Manchester City v Chelsea (4pm)

Monday, March 5
Crystal Palace v Manchester United (8pm)

Saturday, March 10
Manchester United v Liverpool (12.30pm)
Chelsea v Crystal Palace (5.30pm, BT Sport)

Sunday, March 11
Arsenal v Watford (1.30pm)
Bournemouth v Spurs (4pm)

Monday, March 12
Stoke v Man City (8pm)

Friday, March 16
Spurs v Newcastle (8pm) – Subject to participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals

Saturday, March 17
Burnley v Chelsea (12.30pm) – Subject to participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals
Liverpool v Watford (5.30pm, BT Sport)

Sunday, March 18
West Ham v Manchester United (1.30pm) – Subject to participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals
Manchester City v Brighton (4pm) – Subject to participation in the FA Cup quarter-finals

Saturday, March 31
Crystal Palace v Liverpool (12.30pm)
Everton v Manchester City (5.30pm, BT Sport)

Sunday, April 1
Arsenal v Stoke (1.30pm)
Chelsea v Spurs (4pm)


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