Premier League fixtures live on Sky Sports: Leicester, Tottenham, Arsenal and Man City
By Stephen Mills
Last Updated: 26/02/16 7:36pm
Sky Sports will show title-chasers Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur five times and Manchester City four times each in April and early May, as the race to win the Barclays Premier League enters the vital final stages.
In one of the most unpredictable seasons in years, league-leading Leicester face stiff challenges against European hopefuls West Ham and Southampton as well as relegation-threatened Sunderland and Swansea City.
New Sky Live Premier League games
- Sat 2 Apr: Liverpool v Tottenham (5.30pm)
- Sun 3 Apr: Leicester v Southampton (1.30pm)
- Sun 3 Apr: Man Utd v Everton (4pm)
- Sat 9 Apr: Man City v West Brom (5.30pm)
- Sun 10 Apr: Sunderland v Leicester (1.30pm)
- Sun 10 Apr: Tottenham v Man Utd (4pm)
- Sat 16 Apr: Chelsea v Man City (5.30pm)
- Sun 17 Apr: Leicester v West Ham (1.30pm)
- Sun 17 Apr: Arsenal v Crystal Palace (4pm)
- Mon 18 Apr: Stoke v Tottenham (8pm)
- Sun 24 Apr: Man City v Stoke (12pm)
- Sun 24 Apr: Sunderland v Arsenal (2.05pm*)
- Sun 24 Apr: Leicester v Swansea (4.15pm)
- Mon 25 Apr: Tottenham v West Brom (8pm)
- Sat 30 Apr: Arsenal v Norwich (5.30pm)
- Sun 1 May: Man Utd v Leicester (1.30pm)
- Sun 1 May: Southampton v Man City (4pm)
- Mon 2 May: Chelsea v Tottenham (8pm)
Arsenal will also feature live on Sky Sports three times in April, at home to Crystal Palace and Norwich City, and away to Sunderland.
Elsewhere, the champions from the last two years face off at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea host Manchester City, and there's a midweek Merseyside derby as Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool entertain Everton.
In all, Sky Sports will show at least 18 games in April and the first weekend of May.
Sky Sports Head of Football Gary Hughes said: "Four clubs remain in the title race and these are the games that could decide it. As the season reaches its penultimate month, Sky Sports is the only place to watch these crucial matches in the run in."
Sky Sports viewers are enjoying another huge season of live football, including 127 matches from the Football League, 300 matches from La Liga, Capital One Cup, the climax of UEFA 2016 qualification, SPFL and Scottish Cup action, as well as MLS and Eredivisie.
Sky Sports will show at least four more seasons of live Premier League football, with the number of live games increasing from 116 to 126 per year from the 2016/17 season.
Sky Sports viewers can look forward to an unrivalled schedule of live sport in 2016, including all four of golf's Majors for the first time, The Ryder Cup, the ICC World Twenty20, England rugby's tour of Australia and the ATP World Tour Finals.
Sky Sports Premier League Fixtures
Sat 5: Watford v Leicester City (5.30pm)
Sun 6: Crystal Palace v Liverpool (1.30pm)
Sun 6: West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United (4pm)
Sat 12: Norwich City v Manchester City (12.45pm)
Sat 12: Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion (5.30pm*)
Mon 14: Leicester City v Newcastle United (8pm)
Sat 19: Swansea City v Aston Villa (5.30pm)
Sun 20: Newcastle United v Sunderland (1.30pm)
Sun 20: Manchester City v Manchester United (4pm)
Sat 2: Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (5.30pm)
Sun 3: Leicester City v Southampton (1.30pm)
Sun 3: Manchester United v Everton (4pm)
Sat 9: Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion (5.30pm)
Sun 10: Sunderland v Leicester City (1.30pm)
Sun 10: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (4pm)
Sat 16: Chelsea v Manchester City (5.30pm)
Sun 17: Leicester City v West Ham (1.30pm)
Sun 17: Arsenal v Crystal Palace (4pm)
Mon 18: Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur (8pm)
Sun 24: Manchester City v Stoke City (12pm)
Sun 24: Sunderland v Arsenal (2.05pm*)
Sun 24: Leicester City v Swansea City (4.15pm)
Mon 25: Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (8pm)
Sat 30: Arsenal v Norwich City (5.30pm)
Sun 1: Manchester United v Leicester City (1.30pm)
Sun 1: Southampton v Manchester City (4pm)
Mon 2: Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (8pm)
All fixtures are subject to change.
*These fixtures are subject to the results of FA Cup fifth-round and sixth-round ties
Find all this season's fixtures at www.skysports.com/football or via the Sky Sports apps.