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Thursday 27 February 2014

Live Barclays Premier League UK TV fixtures released: April 2014

The next raft of matches due for live broadcast on Sky Sports and BT Sport are revealed

Liverpool are due to host Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday, 13 April

The Barclays Premier League matches to be broadcast on Sky Sports and BT Sport in April 2014 have been announced.

The broadcast schedule includes Liverpool v Manchester City, Everton v Manchester United and Liverpool v Chelsea.

Full list of broadcast selections and fixture changes:

Barclays Premier League live fixture list

Manchester City v Southampton
Saturday 5 April, 12.45pm (BT Sport)

Chelsea v Stoke City
Saturday 5 April, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent on Chelsea's possible participation in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals the following midweek.

Everton v Arsenal
Sunday 6 April, 1.30pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent on Arsenal's possible participation in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals the following midweek.

West Ham United v Liverpool
Sunday 6 April, 4pm (Sky Sports)

Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland
Monday 7 April, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Arsenal v West Ham United
Sunday 13 April, midday (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to Arsenal's possible participation in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Liverpool v Manchester City
Sunday 13 April, 2.05pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to City's possible participation in the FA Cup semi-finals.

Swansea City v Chelsea
Sunday 13 April, 4.10pm (Sky Sports)

Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham
Saturday 19 April, 12.45pm (BT Sport)

Hull City v Arsenal
Saturday 19 April, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Norwich City v Liverpool
Sunday 20 April, midday (Sky Sports)

Chelsea v Sunderland
Sunday 20 April, 2.05pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Everton v Manchester United
Sunday 20 April, 4.10pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion
Monday 21 April, 8pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to UEFA Champions League participation.

Southampton v Everton
Saturday 26 April, 12.45pm (BT Sport)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Manchester United v Norwich City
Saturday 26 April, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Sunderland v Cardiff City
Sunday 27 April, midday (Sky Sports)

Liverpool v Chelsea
Sunday 27 April, 2.05pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Crystal Palace v Manchester City
Sunday 27 April, 4.10pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to movement dependent upon the participation of Barclays Premier League Clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following midweek.

Arsenal v Newcastle United
Monday 28 April, 8pm (Sky Sports)
*This match is subject to UEFA Champions League participation.

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Key Points

  • The next round of Barclays Premier League live UK TV matches have been announced
  • Liverpool are due to host Manchester City on 13 April
  • Everton v Man Utd has moved to 20 April, Liverpool v Chelsea is now on 27 April