Sky Sports' live Premier League fixtures for April announced
Last Updated: 15/03/17 12:46pm
Sky Sports will follow the race for the title, the battle for the top four and the fight for survival with huge head-to-heads in a packed April schedule.
Sky Sports has already shown 13 of the biggest contests between the teams currently in the top six and will show even more as the season reaches its climax, with the Merseyside and north London derbies, as well as Manchester United's clash with Chelsea, among the latest set of live fixtures.
As the race for a top-four finish intensifies, Sky Sports will be the only place to see Arsenal and Liverpool again in the top flight this term.
New PL fixtures on Sky in April
- Sat 1: Liverpool v Everton (12.30pm)
- Sun 2: Swansea v Middlesbrough (1.30pm)
- Sun 2: Arsenal v Man City (4pm)
- Sat 8: Spurs v Watford (12.30pm*)
- Sun 9: Sunderland v Man Utd (1.30pm)
- Sun 9: Everton v Leicester (4pm*)
- Mon 10: C Palace v Arsenal (8pm)
- Sat 15: Tottenham v Bournemouth (12.30pm)
- Sun 16: West Brom v Liverpool (1.30pm)
- Sun 16: Man Utd v Chelsea (4pm)
- Mon 17: Middlesbrough v Arsenal (8pm**)
- Sat 22: Man City v West Brom (12.30pm***)
- Sun 23: Leicester v Tottenham (12pm***)
- Sun 23: Chelsea v Southampton (2.15pm***)
- Sun 23: Burnley v Man Utd (2.15pm***)
- Sun 23: Liverpool v Crystal Palace (4.30pm)
- Sun 30: Everton v Chelsea (2.05pm)
- Sun 30: Tottenham v Arsenal (4.30pm**)
It's set to be one of the closest run-ins at both ends of the table and Sky Sports will be there the whole way, starting with three huge games over the first weekend of April. Liverpool and Everton meet in the Merseyside derby on Saturday lunchtime, while Nissan Super Sunday features a crunch survival scrap between Swansea and Middlesbrough and a top-four duel between Arsenal and Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium.
Chelsea are currently in pole position to top the league but a pack remains in pursuit and Antonio Conte's side face former boss Jose Mourinho's resurgent Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday April 16. In another big tussle, Sky Sports viewers can look forward to the north London derby from White Hart Lane on April 30.
Sky Sports Head of Football, Gary Hughes said: "Sky Sports is the place to see the remaining big fixtures as the Premier League heads towards its dramatic conclusion. There is so much still to play for at both ends of the table and we will be there every step of the way."
Sky Sports has added 18 more Premier League matches in April and will show 18 Premier League teams in a massive month of live action. Goals and highlights from these and all 380 Premier League matches can also be accessed via the Sky Sports Football Score Centre app.
Premier League fixtures live on Sky Sports
Sat 4: Man Utd v Bournemouth (12.30pm)
Sun 5: Tottenham v Everton (1.30pm)
Sun 5: Sunderland v Man City (4pm)
Mon 6: West Ham v Chelsea (8pm)
Wed 8: Man City v Stoke (8pm)
Sun 12: Liverpool v Burnley (4pm)
Sat 18: West Brom v Arsenal (12.30pm)
Sun 19: Tottenham v Southampton (2.15pm)
Sun 19: Man City v Liverpool (4.30pm)
Sat 1: Liverpool v Everton (12.30pm)
Sun 2: Swansea v Middlesbrough (1.30pm)
Sun 2: Arsenal v Man City (4pm)
Sat 8: Tottenham v Watford (12.30pm*)
Sun 9: Sunderland v Man Utd (1.30pm)
Sun 9: Everton v Leicester (4pm*)
Mon 10: Crystal Palace v Arsenal (8pm)
Sat 15: Tottenham v Bournemouth (12.30pm)
Sun 16: West Brom v Liverpool (1.30pm)
Sun 16: Man Utd v Chelsea (4pm)
Mon 17: Middlesbrough v Arsenal (8pm)
Sat 22: Man City v West Brom (12.30pm***)
Sun 23: Leicester v Tottenham (12pm***)
Sun 23: Chelsea v Southampton (2.15pm***)
Sun 23: Burnley v Man Utd (2.15pm)
Sun 23: Liverpool v Crystal Palace (4.30pm)
Sun 30: Everton v Chelsea (2.05pm)
Sun 30: Tottenham v Arsenal (4.30pm)
Mon 1: Watford v Liverpool (8pm)
*Subject to Leicester's involvement in the Champions League, Everton v Leicester City could move to Saturday April 8, 12.30pm, with Tottenham Hotspur v Watford moving to Sunday April 9, 4pm.
*** Subject to FA Cup semi-final
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