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Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced their live Barclays Premier League matches for December and the New Year.

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Sky Sports has added 16 matches, while BT Sport has announced nine live games in the same period.

Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur all feature in the selections.

There are at least three live fixtures a week on Sky Sports throughout December, including Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool, while BT Sport's coverage includes Manchester City v Arsenal.

Sky Sports matches:

Sat 7: Sunderland v Tottenham (ko 5.30pm)
Sun 8: Fulham v Aston Villa (ko 1.30pm)
Sun 8: Arsenal v Everton (ko 4pm)
Mon 9: Swansea v Hull (ko 8pm)

Sat 14: Hull City v Stoke City (ko 5.30pm)
Sun 15: Aston Villa v Manchester United (ko 1.30pm)
Sun 15: Tottenham v Liverpool (ko 4pm)

Sun 22: Southampton v Tottenham (ko 1.30pm)
Sun 22: Swansea v Everton (ko 4pm)
Mon 23: Arsenal v Chelsea (ko 8pm)

Thu 26: Hull v Manchester United (ko 12.45pm)
Sat 28: West Ham v West Brom (ko 12.45pm)
Sat 28: Cardiff v Sunderland (ko 5.30pm)
Sun 29: Newcastle v Arsenal (ko 1.30pm)
Sun 29: Chelsea v Liverpool (ko 4pm)

Wed Jan 1: Swansea v Manchester City (ko 12.45pm)

BT Sport matches:

Tue 3: Crystal Palace v West Ham (ko 8pm)
Wed 4: Swansea v Newcastle (ko 7.45pm)

Sat 7: Manchester United v Newcastle (ko 12.45pm)

Sat 14: Manchester City v Arsenal (ko 12.45pm)

Sat 21: Liverpool v Cardiff (ko 12.45pm)

Thu 26: West Ham v Arsenal (ko 3pm)
Thu 26: Manchester City v Liverpool (ko 5.30pm)

Wed Jan 1 Southampton v Chelsea (ko 3pm)
Wed Jan 1: Manchester United v Tottenham (ko 5.30pm)

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