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More Premier League TV selections confirmed for February

More Premier League TV selections have been confirmed for February 2022 with Sky Sports and BT Sport including some local derbies.

The season is taking shape with managers being sacked knowing that a relegation battle could be on the cards.

Meanwhile at the other top end of the table, the race for the title is well and truly on, Chelsea leading the way following by Liverpool, Man City and then surprise package West Ham.


Rescheduled fixtures
Tuesday 8 February

19:45 Newcastle v Everton (BT Sport)
19:45 West Ham v Watford (BT Sport)
20:00 Burnley v Man Utd (BT Sport)

Wednesday 9 February

19:45 Man City v Brentford (BT Sport)
19:45 Norwich v Crystal Palace (BT Sport)
19:45 Spurs v Southampton (BT Sport)
20:00 Aston Villa v Leeds (BT Sport)

Thursday 10 February

19:45 Liverpool v Leicester (BT Sport)
19:45 Wolves v Arsenal (BT Sport)

Saturday 12 February

12:30 Man Utd v Southampton (BT Sport)
17:30 Norwich v Man City (Sky Sports)

Sunday 13 February

14:00 Burnley v Liverpool*
14:00 Newcastle v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
14:00 Spurs v Wolves*
16:30 Leicester v West Ham (Sky Sports)
*Due to fixtures moving to 10 Feb


Tuesday 14 December
19:30 Brentford v Man Utd (BT Sport)
19:45 Norwich v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
20:00 Man City v Leeds (BT Sport)

Wednesday 15 December
19:30 Brighton v Wolves (BT Sport)
19:30 Burnley v Watford (BT Sport)
19:30 Crystal Palace v Southampton (BT Sport)
19:45 Chelsea v Everton (BT Sport)*
20:00 Arsenal v West Ham (BT Sport)
*Subject to change for Chelsea’s participation in FIFA Club World Cup

Thursday 16 December
19:30 Leicester v Spurs (BT Sport)
20:00 Liverpool v Newcastle (BT Sport)

Saturday 18 December
12:30 Man Utd v Brighton (BT Sport)
15:00 Wolves v Chelsea*
17:30 Leeds v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
*Subject to change for Chelsea’s participation in FIFA Club World Cup

Sunday 19 December
14:00 Newcastle v Man City (Sky Sports)
16:30 Spurs v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Monday 20 December
20:00 Everton v Leicester (Sky Sports)*
*Should Leicester reach Carabao Cup fifth round, this will move to 12:00 Sunday 19 Dec on Sky Sports

Sunday 26 December
12:30 Liverpool v Leeds (BT Sport)
12:30 Wolves v Watford*
17:30 Aston Villa v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
20:00 Brighton v Brentford (Sky Sports)
*Due to Arsenal v Wolves moving to 12:30 on 28 Dec

Monday 27 December
20:00 Newcastle v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 28 December
12:30 Arsenal v Wolves (Amazon Prime)
15:00 Southampton v Spurs (Amazon Prime)
15:00 Crystal Palace v Norwich (Amazon Prime)
15:00 Watford v West Ham (Amazon Prime)
17:30 Leeds v Aston Villa (Amazon Prime)
20:00 Leicester v Liverpool (Amazon Prime)

Wednesday 29 December
19:30 Chelsea v Brighton (Amazon Prime)
20:15 Brentford v Man City (Amazon Prime)

Thursday 30 December
19:30 Everton v Newcastle (Amazon Prime)
20:15 Man Utd v Burnley (Amazon Prime)

Saturday 1 January
12:30 Arsenal v Man City (BT Sport)
17:30 Crystal Palace v West Ham (Sky Sports)

Sunday 2 January
14:00 Brentford v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)
14:00 Everton v Brighton*
14:00 Leeds v Burnley**
14:00 Southampton v Newcastle*
16:30 Chelsea v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*Due to Everton v Newcastle moving to 30 Dec
**Due to Man Utd v Burnley moving to 30 Dec

Monday 3 January
17:30 Man Utd v Wolves (Sky Sports)

Friday 14 January
20:00 Brighton v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)

Saturday 15 January
12:30 Man City v Chelsea (BT Sport)
17:30 Aston Villa v Man Utd (Sky Sports)

Sunday 16 January
14:00 West Ham v Leeds (Sky Sports)
16:30 Spurs v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Friday 21 January
20:00 Watford v Norwich (Sky Sports)*
* Subject to change should either club be in an FA Cup third-round replay

Saturday 22 January
12:30 Everton v Aston Villa (BT Sport)
17:30 Southampton v Man City (Sky Sports)

Sunday 23 January
14:00 Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
16:30 Chelsea v Spurs (Sky Sports)

Stephen van Rooyen, Sky’s UK Chief Executive, said: “We continue to invest in content that our customers value and which complements our strategy to broaden our offer. Not only do we remain the home of Premier League football but also the home of top quality drama, entertainment, comedy and other sports. Our disciplined approach means we continue to have the flexibility to invest in each of these areas as we choose, underlining our position as Europe’s largest investor in content.”

Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports added: “Sky Sports customers will continue to enjoy unrivalled Premier League coverage through to 2022 with 128 live matches a season from next year – more than ever before – including the key head to heads in the best slots and, of course, analysis from the biggest names in football.

“This comes on the back of recent renewals for EFL, ECB and exclusivity for F1™, all of which will be available to our customers until 2024.”

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