Sky live in May

Sky Sports has confirmed six live Premier League fixtures for May, including some key clashes for sides at both ends of the table.

Last Updated: 10/04/13 at 16:19 Post Comment

Manchester United v Chelsea: live on Sunday May 5

Manchester United v Chelsea: live on Sunday May 5

May's top-flight coverage will begin with a thrilling Super Sunday on May 5, taking in the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton and a crunch game between Manchester United and Chelsea.

That will be followed by a Monday Night Football on May 6 between two sides currently scrapping for survival as Paolo Di Canio's Sunderland host Tony Pulis' Stoke City.

The following weekend, Sky Sports is set to show relegation-threatened Aston Villa's game with Champions League-chasing Chelsea on Saturday May 11.

And on Sunday May 12 we'll bring you more live football between sides at the top and the bottom of the division as Arsenal host Wigan and Manchester United face Swansea.

Newly confirmed Sky Live Premier League fixtures in May:

Sun May 5: Liverpool v Everton (1.30pm)
Sun May 5: Man Utd v Chelsea (4pm)
Mon May 6: Sunderland v Stoke (8pm)
Sat May 11: Aston Villa v Chelsea (12.45pm - Subject to FA Cup)
Sun May 12: Arsenal v Wigan (1.30pm - Subject to FA Cup)
Sun May 12: Man Utd v Swansea (4pm)

Sky Sports is showing 115 live Premier League matches during the 2012/13 season, with every match available in HD and many in 3D. Sky Sports viewers can also enjoy more than 129 live UEFA Champions League matches, 75 live games from across all three npower Football League divisions, Capital One Cup fixtures and international fixtures.

Sky Sports viewers with Sky Go will be able to enjoy all this live football, wherever they want on PC, laptop, iPhone, iPad and compatible Android phones. Support programming including Soccer AM, Gillette Soccer Saturday, Goals on Sunday and Sunday Supplement as well as Sky Sports News HD are also available on Sky Go.

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