Premier League matches: Live Sky Sports, BT, Amazon games for Boxing Day, New Year, January


The Premier League It confirmed its live dates during the Christmas and New Year period after winter world Cup.

EnglandThe first flight will be cut off after the weekend of November 12/13 to accommodate the tournament in Qatar but will return on Boxing Day, with seven matches live on Amazon Prime including Aston Villa against Liverpool (5:30 pm kick-off) and 8 pm London derby between Arsenal And the West Ham.

Nottingham ForestAnother flight to Manchester United at 8pm kicks off on December 27, while Leeds Face Manchester At the same time the next day, before the Liverpool host Lister On December 30 in front of Sky Sports cameras.

A live double head will appear on New Year’s Day Wolves welcome Manchester United To Molyneux, by Brighton Arsenal hosts.

Other games selected for TV broadcasts in the first week of January include Arsenal vs Newcastle January 3rd and Manchester City’s trip to Chelsea on January 5th. No further television selections for January have been confirmed.

The Premier League also confirmed several revised dates and kick-off times at the start of 2023 to help with recovery times between Rounds 18 and 19.

Live broadcast of Premier League matches during Christmas, New Year

Monday 26th December

12:30 pm: Brentford against Tottenham (head of amazon)

15:00: Crystal Palace against Fulham (head of amazon)

15:00: Everton Versus the Wolves (Amazon Prime)

3pm: Leicester – Newcastle (Amazon Prime)

15:00: Southampton Against Brighton (Amazon Prime)

5:30 pm: Aston Villa – Liverpool (Amazon Prime).

8pm: Arsenal X West Ham (Amazon Prime)

Tuesday 27 December

5.30 pm: Chelsea against Bournemouth (head of amazon)

8pm: Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (Amazon Prime)

Wednesday December 28

8 pm: Leeds United – Manchester City (Amazon Prime)

Friday December 30

8 pm: Liverpool – Leicester (Sky Sports)

Saturday December 31

12:30 pm: Wolverhampton – Manchester United (BT Sport).

5:30 pm: Brighton – Arsenal (Sky Sports).

Sunday January 1

2pm: Tottenham – Aston Villa (Sky Sports)

4.30pm: Nottingham Forest-Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Monday 2 January

5:30 pm: Brentford-Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 3 January

8 pm: Arsenal – Newcastle (Sky Sports)

Wednesday January 4

8pm: Crystal Palace-Tottenham (Sky Sports)

Thursday January 5

8pm: Chelsea x Manchester City (Sky Sports)

All Premier League matches confirmed so far

Monday October 24

8 pm: West Ham – Bournemouth (Sky Sports)

Sunday 23 October

4.30pm: Tottenham vs Newcastle United (Sky Sports)

Saturday October 29

12:30 pm: Leicester City – Manchester City (BT Sport).

5:30 pm: Fulham-Everton (Sky Sports).

7.45 pm: Liverpool – Leeds United (Sky Sports)

Sunday October 30

4.15pm: Manchester United vs West Ham (Sky Sports)

Saturday 5 November

5.30 pm: Everton against Leicester City (Sky Sports)

Sunday 6 November

12 noon: Chelsea – Arsenal (BT Sport)

2 pm: Southampton Against Newcastle United (Sky Sports)

4.30pm: Tottenham-Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Saturday 12 November

12.30 pm: Manchester against Brentford (BT Sport)

5:30 pm: Newcastle – Chelsea (Sky Sports)

7.45 pm: Wolves Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Sunday November 13

2 pm: Brighton In front of Aston Villa (Sky Sports)

4.30 pm: Fulham – Manchester United (Sky Sports)

Monday 26th December

12:30 p.m.: Brentford-Tottenham (Amazon Prime).

3pm: Crystal Palace vs Fulham (Amazon Prime)

3pm: Everton vs Wolves (Amazon Prime)

3pm: Leicester – Newcastle (Amazon Prime)

3pm: Southampton – Brighton (Amazon Prime).

5:30 pm: Aston Villa – Liverpool (Amazon Prime).

8pm: Arsenal X West Ham (Amazon Prime)

Tuesday 27 December

5:30 p.m.: Chelsea x Bournemouth (Amazon Prime).

8pm: Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (Amazon Prime)

Wednesday December 28

8 pm: Leeds United – Manchester City (Amazon Prime)

Friday December 30

8 pm: Liverpool – Leicester (Sky Sports)

Saturday December 31

12:30 pm: Wolverhampton – Manchester United (BT Sport).

5:30 pm: Brighton – Arsenal (Sky Sports).

Sunday January 1

2pm: Tottenham – Aston Villa (Sky Sports)

4.30pm: Nottingham Forest-Chelsea (Sky Sports)

Monday 2 January

5:30 pm: Brentford-Liverpool (Sky Sports)

Tuesday 3 January

8 pm: Arsenal – Newcastle (Sky Sports)

Wednesday January 4

8pm: Crystal Palace-Tottenham (Sky Sports)

Thursday January 5

8pm: Chelsea x Manchester City (Sky Sports)

Other modified dates in the English Premier League

Friday December 30

7.45pm: West Ham vs Brentford

Tuesday 3 January

7.45pm: Everton vs Brighton

7.45pm: Leicester vs Fulham

8 pm: Manchester United x Bournemouth

Wednesday January 4

7.45 pm: Leeds vs West Ham

7.30pm: Southampton x Nottingham Forest

8pm: Aston Villa vs Wolverhampton

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