Sky and BT have announced all of their Premier League fixtures for January 2016.
Sky Sports will kick 2016 off with Watford hosting Manchester City on Saturday, January 2 while BT Sport’s first game of the New Year is West Ham vs Liverpool on the same day.
Other big January games include a pair of Super Sundays on Sky Sports – Liverpool vs Manchester United and Arsenal vs Chelsea – and Liverpool vs Arsenal over on BT Sport. FA Cup Third Round matches will also be broadcast on BT Sport on the weekend of January 9-10 and Fourth Round games on January 30-31.
Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “Sky Sports has shown the biggest games in 2015, and we are starting as we mean to go on in 2016 with two huge Super Sundays from Anfield and the Emirates.
“It’s the time of year when we start to see a picture of who is in contention at both ends of the table and Sky Sports is the only place to see the full story of the Premier League.”
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, added: “January will be an exciting month for BT Sport viewers with teams fighting for their position at the top of the Barclays Premier League, as well as the Third and Fourth Rounds of the FA Cup, and all of this ahead of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League knock-out stages starting in February.”
The full list of January’s Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports and BT Sport is below:
Sky Sports – January
- Watford vs Manchester City, Saturday, January 2, 5.30pm
- Crystal Palace vs Chelsea, Sunday, January 3, 1.30pm
- Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur, Sunday, January 3, 4pm
- Aston Villa vs Leicester City, Saturday, January 16, 5.30pm
- Liverpool vs Manchester United, Sunday, January 17, 2.05pm
- Stoke City vs Arsenal, Sunday, January 17, 4.15pm
- Swansea City vs Watford, Monday, January 18, 8pm
- West Ham United vs Manchester City, Saturday, January 23, 5.30pm
- Everton vs Swansea City, Sunday, January 24, 1.30pm
- Arsenal vs Chelsea, Sunday, January 24, 4pm
BT Sport – January
- West Ham vs Liverpool, Saturday, January 2, 12.45pm
- Newcastle United vs Manchester United, Tuesday, January 12, 1.30pm
- Liverpool vs Arsenal, Wednesday, January 13, 4pm
- Tottenham Hotspur vs Sunderland, Saturday, January 16, 5.30pm
- Norwich City vs Liverpool, Sunday, January 17, 2.05pm