You’ll be able to keep across all of those battles with a glut of games coming your way on BT Sport in the next few weeks. And they are not all in our regular Saturday lunchtime slot. We’ve got midweek matches, double-headers and big games on Sundays too. Here’s what’s coming up to help you bring those football fans in from the cold.
Sheffield United vs Manchester City
The season’s surprise package take on the reigning Premier League champions. If City have even the slenderest of chances of catching Liverpool in the title race, this is a game they simply have to win.
Tuesday January 21, 7.30pm
Chelsea vs Arsenal
We double up on the 21st, which means you can take your pick or show two games at once. Two London giants with new, young managers who used to face each other in midfield battles. Now they’ll be planning on getting their tactics right as they look to climb the table.
Tuesday January 21, 8.15pm
Leicester vs West Ham United
The return of David Moyes to West Ham has resulted in an upturn in performances by the Hammers. Meanwhile, Leicester have hit a little bit of a sticky patch in an otherwise stellar season. It’s set up for an intriguing clash at the King Power.
Wednesday January 22, 7.30pm
United vs Burnley
Our second double-header in two days, and one of five midweek matches, is a battle of the North-West. In the same fixture last season, Burnley were 2-0 with less than five minutes to play but ended up walking away with a draw. Could they possibly go one better this season?
Wednesday January 22, 8.15pm
Wolves vs Liverpool
Thanks to their successes in the Europa League this season, Wolves have become accustomed to playing Thursday night football. It’s new territory for the Champions of Europe though, but nothing seems to phase them this season.
Thursday January 23, 8pm
Leicester vs Chelsea
Two sides with their eyes on Champions League football next season will get February off to a flyer on BT Sport. They drew 1-1 at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season. Will we get a winner in this lunchtime match-up?
Saturday February 1, 12.30pm
Everton vs Crystal Palace
The second Saturday in February sees a Premier League double-header on BT Sport. First of all, two of the most experienced managers in the game in Carlo Ancelotti and Roy Hodgson meet at Goodison Park.
Saturday February 8, 12.30pm
Brighton vs Watford
We’re back in the Saturday evening slot with in-form Watford heading to the South coast. Brighton will be keen to win in front of their home fans as they look to avoid being dragged into a tricky relegation battle.
Saturday February 8, 5.30pm
Sheffield United vs Bournemouth
At the start of the season most bar-room football fans would probably have predicted that Sheffield United would have been the more likely of these two to face the threat of the drop. Instead, it’s Bournemouth who are desperate for points to preserve their Premier League status. Join us at Sunday lunchtime for this one.
Sunday February 9, 2pm
Wolves vs Leicester
Fans of both Wolves and Leicester are being well served this winter with multiple appearances on BT Sport. What better way could there possibly be to mark Valentine’s Day than with live Premier League football in the pub…
Friday February 14, 8pm
Southampton vs Burnley
The turnaround at Southampton after the shocking 9-0 home defeat to Leicester has been nothing short of remarkable. Since then they’ve gained revenge on the Foxes and picked up further wins against the likes of Spurs and Chelsea. While the Saints have marched on up the table, Burnley have been travelling in the opposite direction and need three points with the threat of relegation looming large.
Saturday February 15, 12.30pm
Oh… and did we mention that the Champions League returns on Tuesday February 18?
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