Premier League: All games to be shown on TV until at least the end of February

The continued absence of supporters from stadia amid the Covid-19 pandemic means the Premier League will continue to make matches available for fans to watch live in the UK; the latest update confirms all games from January 30 until the last weekend of February will be broadcast live

Liverpool's goalless draw with Man Utd at Anfield in January recorded the biggest ever audience for any event exclusively on Sky Sports

The Premier League has confirmed all matches from January 30 through to the last weekend of February will be available for fans to watch live in the UK.

The continued absence of fans from stadia due to the Covid-19 pandemic has seen the Premier League extend its decision to make all games available.

A Premier League statement added: "Details of all contracted broadcast selections will be announced today [Wednesday], along with early additional selections. Confirmation of the remaining fixtures, up to Matchweek 26, will follow in due course.

"The Premier League and its clubs are committed to an accessible solution for fans. These plans have been made with the cooperation of our broadcast partners, working with us to deliver these additional matches while stadiums are missing the supporters who are such an integral part of the game."

Confirmed Premier League fixtures live on Sky Sports

Mon Jan 18: Arsenal vs Newcastle - Kick-Off 8pm

Tue Jan 19: Leicester vs Chelsea - Kick-Off 8.15pm

Thur Jan 21: Liverpool vs Burnley - Kick-Off 8pm

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Sat Jan 23: Aston Villa vs Newcastle - Kick-Off 8pm

Sat Jan 30: Man City vs Sheff Utd - Kick-Off 3pm

Sat Jan 30: Crystal Palace vs Wolves - Kick-Off 3pm

Sat Jan 30: Arsenal vs Man Utd - Kick-Off 5.30pm

Sat Jan 30: Southampton vs Aston Villa - Kick-Off 8pm

Sun Jan 31: Leicester vs Leeds - Kick-Off 2pm

Sun Jan 31: West Ham vs Liverpool - Kick-Off 4.30pm

Sun Jan 31: Brighton vs Tottenham - Kick-Off 7.15pm

Sat Feb 6: Fulham vs West Ham - Kick-Off 5.30pm

Sun Feb 7: Wolves vs Leicester - Kick-Off 2pm

Sun Feb 7: Liverpool vs Man City - Kick-Off 4.30pm

Mon Feb 8: Man Utd vs Everton - Kick-Off 8pm*

Sat Feb 13: Man City vs Tottenham - Kick-Off 5.30pm

Sun Feb 14: Arsenal vs Leeds - Kick-Off 4.30pm

Mon Feb 15: Chelsea vs Newcastle - Kick-Off 8pm

Sat Feb 20: Liverpool vs Everton - Kick-Off 5.30pm

Sun Feb 21: Aston Villa vs Leicester - Kick-Off 2pm

Sun Feb 21: Arsenal vs Man City - Kick-Off 4.30pm

Mon Feb 22: Brighton vs Crystal Palace - Kick-Off 8pm

Sat Feb 27: Leeds vs Aston Villa - Kick-Off 5.30pm

Sun Feb 28: Tottenham vs Burnley - Kick-Off 2pm

Sun Feb 28: Chelsea vs Man Utd - Kick-Off 4.30pm

Mon Mar 1: Everton vs Southampton - Kick-Off 8pm

To be rescheduled from Sunday January 17: Aston Villa vs Everton
To be rescheduled from Wednesday January 20: Leeds vs Southampton

*Subject to FA Cup progress

Free match highlights on Sky Sports digital

It couldn't be simpler: we'll have free-to-watch match highlights of every Premier League game on the Sky Sports website, app, and the Sky Sports YouTube channel shortly after full-time of every fixture.

In addition, Sky subscribers will also be able to enjoy in-game clips from Sky Sports matches in our Digital match blogs.

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Record viewing figures for Liverpool vs Man Utd

Liverpool's goalless draw with Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday recorded the biggest ever audience for an event exclusively on Sky Sports.

The Premier League clash between two of this season's title contenders saw an average of 4.5m viewers tuning into the match, peaking at 4.8m in the final five minutes.

That figure surpassed the 4.049m in April 2012 for Manchester City's 1-0 win over Manchester United which took Roberto Mancini's side a step closer to a first Premier League crown.

The stalemate between Jurgen Klopp and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men this time around becomes the second most viewed Premier League game ever in terms of average audience, second to the 4.94m viewers that tuned into the Merseyside derby in June, broadcast simultaneously on Sky One and free-to-air on Pick TV.

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