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Sky confirms April TV games

Sky Sports have confirmed 17 live Premier League fixtures for April as the title race heads for a thrilling climax.

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Sky Sports will show Liverpool v Man City live on Sunday April 13

Sky Sports will show Liverpool v Man City live on Sunday April 13

Sky Sports will show Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool at least three times each in April, as part of unrivalled live coverage of the closest-ever Premier League title race.

Sky have confirmed 17 live matches in April, including a record 16 fixtures involving teams currently in the top six, with Liverpool's game with Manchester City on April 13 a standout.

Sky Sports will also show Liverpool versus Chelsea on April 27, as well as an intriguing match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on April 6.

April's live fixtures on Sky Sports

Chelsea v Stoke, Saturday 5 April, 5.30pm

Everton v Arsenal, Sunday 6 April, 1.30pm

West Ham United v Liverpool, Sunday 6 April, 4.00pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland, Monday 7 April, 8.00pm

Arsenal v West Ham United, Sunday 13 April, 12.00pm

Liverpool v Manchester City, Sunday 13 April, 2.05pm

Swansea City v Chelsea, Sunday 13 April, 4.10pm

Hull City v Arsenal, Saturday 19 April, 5.30pm

Norwich City v Liverpool, Sunday 20 April, 12.00pm

Chelsea v Sunderland, Sunday 20 April, 2.05pm

Everton v Manchester United, Sunday 20 April, 4.10pm

Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion, Monday 21 April, 8.00pm

Manchester United v Norwich City, Saturday 26 April, 5.30pm

Sunderland v Cardiff City, Sunday 27 April, 12.00pm

Liverpool v Chelsea, Sunday 27 April, 2.05pm

Crystal Palace v Manchester City, Sunday 27 April, 4.10pm

Arsenal v Newcastle United, Monday 28 April, 8.00pm

BT Sport's live games in April

Manchester City v Southampton, Saturday 5 April, 12.45pm

Tottenham v Fulham, Saturday 19 April, 12.45pm

Southampton v Everton, Saturday 26 April, 12.45pm

The selections mean that during March and April, 29 of 33 live matches on Sky Sports will feature teams in the race for the Premier League title and Champions League qualification.

Sky Sports will also be the only place to watch the current top four teams in May, with at least seven live matches during the final two weeks of the season.

Jamie Carragher, Sky Sports football expert, said: "It's going to be an incredible end to an amazing season and I can't wait. It's the most important time of the season and Sky Sports is the best place to watch all the drama and excitement between now and the last day."


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