Sky, BT confirm televised Premier League games for April

Date published: Wednesday 28th February 2018 8:10

Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced the live Premier League TV fixture schedule for April.

Premier League leaders Manchester City will have all four of their league games televised in April, with Sky Sports scared sh*tless they might miss the one where they actually win the title.

City host Manchester United on April 7 and could win the title in front of their bitter rivals, but will have another chance to do so when the visit Tottenham in a late Saturday evening kick-off on April 14.

There will also be a Merseyside derby, Tottenham potentially travelling to Brighton on a Friday evening, and Manchester United hosting Arsenal.

 

Televised Premier League fixtures for April 2018 (on Sky Sports unless otherwise stated)

Sunday, April 1
Arsenal v Stoke (1.30pm)
Chelsea v Tottenham (4pm)

Saturday, April 7
Manchester City v Manchester United (5.30pm) – Subject to Champions League participation

Sunday, April 8
Everton v Liverpool (2.15pm) – Subject to Champions League participation
Chelsea v West Ham (4.30pm) – Subject to Champions League participation

Monday, April 9
Arsenal v Southampton (8pm)

Saturday, April 14
Southampton v Chelsea (12.30pm)
Liverpool vs Bournemouth (5.30pm, BT Sport)
Tottenham v Manchester City (7.45pm)

Sunday, April 15
Newcastle v Arsenal (1.30pm)
Manchester United v West Brom (4pm)

Monday, April 16
West Ham v Stoke (8pm)

Friday, April 20
Brighton v Tottenham (8pm) – Subject to FA Cup participation

Saturday, April 20
Bournemouth v Manchester United (5.30pm, BT Sport) – Subject to FA Cup participation

Sunday, April 22
West Brom v Liverpool (2.15pm) – Subject to Champions League participation
Manchester City v Swansea (4.30pm) – Subject to Champions League or FA Cup participation

Monday, April 23
Arsenal v West Ham (8pm) – Subject to Europa League participation

Saturday, April 28
Liverpool v Stoke (12.30pm) – Subject to Champions League participation
Swansea vs Chelsea (5.30pm, BT Sport)

Sunday, April 29
West Ham v Manchester City (2.15pm) – Subject to Champions League participation
Manchester United v Arsenal (4.30pm) – Subject to Champions League participation

Monday, April 30
Tottenham v Watford (8pm) – Subject to Champions League participation

 


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