We’ve got a full round of Premier League fixtures coming your way, plus loads more on BT Sport
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We’re finishing the year in style, by bringing every Premier League team live to your venue, at least once.
In mid-December, we’ll be broadcasting a full round of top flight fixtures, which means you can choose to show whoever you fancy.
In fact, that decision might be the trickiest part, with some real crackers being contested over three days.
On top of that, we’ve got even more top flight action to help you and your customers get a festive football fix as we hurtle towards Christmas and the New Year.
Here’s what’s coming up…
Saturday December 4
West Ham United vs Chelsea, 12.30pm
Liverpool, Leicester and Spurs have all already left the London Stadium with nothing to show for their efforts, and West Ham will be looking to do the same to Chelsea. This early December London derby is not just a battle for capital pride but a vital one for two sides looking to secure Champions League football, and maybe more.
Saturday December 11
Manchester City vs Wolves, 12.30pm
A couple of years ago Wolves went to the Etihad and picked up three points then beat them again at Molineux. Can they repeat the trick and put a dent in the champion’s bid to retain their title?
Tuesday December 14
Brentford vs Manchester United, 7.30pm
Norwich vs Aston Villa, 7.45pm
Manchester City vs Leeds, 8pm
Our midweek, mid-December bonanza gets underway with three staggered Tuesday night games for you to get on those screens. Brentford will relish the visit of Manchester United, two new bosses will be in the dugouts for Norwich vs Villa, and Leeds will hope to put an end to any ‘difficult second season’ chats at Manchester City.
Wednesday December 15
Brighton vs Wolves, 7.30pm
Crystal Palace vs Southampton, 7.30pm
Burnley vs Watford, 7.30pm
Chelsea vs Everton, 7.45pm
Arsenal vs West Ham, 8pm
With five live games on Wednesday the 15th, you might have to make some tough decisions to make with the remote control. Rafa returning to Stamford Bridge along with Arsenal hosting the increasingly impressive West Ham look like the standout ties. But fans of Brighton, Wolves, Palace, Southampton, Burnley and Watford may well disagree.
Thursday December 16
Leicester vs Spurs, 7.30pm
Liverpool vs Newcastle, 8pm
Leicester and Spurs will both be used to playing on Thursday nights due to their European commitments this season. It’s a different story for Champions League chasing Liverpool, while European football will be something Newcastle and their new owners will be looking to secure in the future. For now, these should be two compelling Premier League matches.
Saturday December 18
Manchester United vs Brighton, 12.30pm
After all of that midweek football, we are back with another Saturday lunchtime fixture to tempt your customers in from the cold. Manchester United versus Brighton? You’re welcome.
Sunday December 26
Liverpool vs Leeds, 12.30pm
It might be a glamorous life, but there’s no Christmas break for the Premier League’s finest. Boxing Day sees Liverpool and Leeds head to Anfield to entertain the fans – and your customers – in our final top flight match of the year.
Saturday January 1
Arsenal vs Manchester City, 12.30pm
You’ve only got to wait a few days for your next fix of the Premier League on BT Sport. And rejuvenated Arsenal hosting Manchester City is not a bad way to get 2022 started!
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