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Monday 04 November 2013

Live Premier League UK TV fixtures released: January 2014

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

Manchester United beat Swansea 4-1 away in August and will host them on 11 January

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

The broadcast schedule includes Chelsea v Manchester United, the Merseyside derby at Anfield and Newcastle United's trip to Manchester City.

Full list of broadcast selections and fixture changes:

Barclays Premier League live fixture list

Hull City v Chelsea
Saturday 11 January, 12:45pm (BT Sport)

Manchester United v Swansea City
Saturday 11 January, 5:30pm (Sky Sports)

Newcastle United v Manchester City
Sunday 12 January, 2:05pm (Sky Sports)

Stoke City v Liverpool
Sunday 12 January, 4:10pm (Sky Sports)

Aston Villa v Arsenal
Monday 13 January, 8pm (Sky Sports)*
*Should either or both clubs be involved in an FA Cup Third Round Replay, this match will revert to Sunday 12 January, midday and remain live on Sky Sports.

Sunderland v Southampton
Saturday 18 January, 12:45pm (BT Sport)

Liverpool v Aston Villa
Saturday 18 January, 5:30pm, (Sky Sports)

Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur
Sunday 19 January, 1:30pm (Sky Sports)

Chelsea v Manchester United
Sunday 19 January, 4pm (Sky Sports)

West Bromwich Albion v Everton
Monday 20 January, 8pm (Sky Sports)

Liverpool v Everton
Tuesday 28 January, 8pm (BT Sport)

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City
Wednesday 29 January, 7:45pm (BT Sport)

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Key Points

  • The next round of Barclays Premier League live UK TV matches have been announced
  • Chelsea host Man Utd on Sunday, 19 January
  • Merseyside derby at Anfield to take place on Tuesday 28 January