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Sky Sports has added 16 new live Barclays Premier League matches to its March 2014 line-up.

Last Updated: 27/01/14 at 16:39 Post Comment

The new announcements - which include the Manchester derby - will give viewers plenty of mouth-watering fixtures as the end of the season draws closer.

Every club in the current top half of the Premier League will feature at least once in the March selections, including Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.

Top clashes include the Manchester derby, Manchester United v Liverpool, the North London derby, and the top-of-the-table clash between Arsenal and Manchester City.

The March line-up on Sky Sports is as follows:

Sat March 1 : Southampton v Liverpool (5.30pm)

Sun March 2: Aston Villa v Norwich (4.30pm)

Sat March 8: Chelsea v Tottenham (5.30pm)

Sun March 9: Newcastle v Everton (4pm)

Mon March 10: Liverpool v Sunderland (8pm)

Sat March 15: Aston Villa v Chelsea (5.30pm)

Sun March 16: Manchester United v Liverpool (1.30pm)

Sun March 16: Tottenham v Arsenal (4pm)

Sat March 22: West Ham v Manchester United (5.30pm)

Sun March 23: Tottenham v Southampton (1.30pm)

Sun March 23: Aston Villa v Stoke (4pm)

Tue March 25: Manchester United v Manchester City (7.45pm)

Sat March 29: Arsenal v Manchester City (5.30pm)

Sun March 30: Fulham v Everton (1.30pm)

Sun March 30: Liverpool v Tottenham (4pm)

Mon March 31: Sunderland v West Ham (8pm)

The schedule of live Barclays Premier League previously announced for February is as follows:

Sun Feb 2: West Brom v Liverpool (1.30pm)

Sun Feb 2: Arsenal v Crystal Palace (4pm)

Mon Feb 3: Manchester City v Chelsea (8pm)

Sat Feb 8: Swansea v Cardiff (5.30pm)

Sun Feb 9: Tottenham v Everton (1.30pm)

Sun Feb 9: Manchester United v Fulham (4pm)

Sat Feb 22: Crystal Palace v Manchester United (5.30pm)

Sun Feb 23: Newcastle v Aston Villa (1.30pm)

Sun Feb 23: Norwich v Tottenham (4pm)

Sky Sports is the only place to enjoy live Barclays Premier League football on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays throughout the season with 116 games to be shown during this campaign.

All of Sky Sports' live matches will be available to watch in HD, on demand and on the go through Sky Go, the leading sports mobile TV service in the UK. Selected matches will also be shown in 3D.

To support the live match experience, Sky Sports customers can also benefit from the innovative Sky Sports smartphone and iPad apps, which offer additional viewing options and analysis.

Click here for the full schedule of live Barclays Premier League matches on Sky Sports.

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