Sky Sports has announced its line up of Premier League football matches for April.
As the 2014/15 draws to a close, Sky has revealed its fixtures for the penultimate month and it’s got every game involving two of the biggest clubs in the league.
Five games featuring Premier League leaders Chelsea will be shown on Sky Sports alongside four games involving current second placers Manchester City.
Four derbies – Sunderland v Newcastle United, Queen’s Park Rangers v Chelsea, Manchester United v Manchester City and Arsenal v Chelsea – are also exclusive to Sky Sports.
Sky Sports Head of Football Gary Hughes, said: “April is a huge month in the Premier League and will go a long way to deciding the destiny of the title.
“Sky Sports will be the only place to see Chelsea and Manchester City, as well as the drama of all of the biggest local derbies and massive head-to-heads. Sky Sports has more of the games that matter as the Premier League approaches a thrilling conclusion.”
With the May fixtures yet to come, Sky Sports has a further 15 matches to broadcast.
Newly announced fixtures:
- Chelsea v Stoke City Sat 4 Apr 5.30pm
- Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 5 Apr 1.30pm
- Sunderland v Newcastle United Sun 5 Apr 4pm
- Crystal Palace v Manchester City Mon 6 Apr 8pm
- Burnley v Arsenal Sat 11 Apr 5.30pm
- Queen’s Park Rangers v Chelsea Sun 12 Apr 1.30pm
- Manchester United v Manchester City Sun 12 Apr 4pm
- Liverpool v Newcastle United Mon 13 Apr 8pm
- Chelsea v Manchester United Sat 18 Apr 5.30pm
- Manchester City v West Ham United Sun 19 Apr 1.30pm
- Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 19 Apr 4pm
- Aston Villa v Queen’s Park Rangers Mon 20 Apr 8pm
- Manchester City v Aston Villa Sat 25 Apr 5.30pm
- Everton v Manchester United Sun 26 Apr 1.30pm
- Arsenal v Chelsea Sun 26 Apr 4pm
- Leicester City v Chelsea Wed 29 Apr 7.45pm
Sky Sports costs £24.50/month on top of your basic Sky TV package. BT Sport, which features the remaining games, can be added for a further £12/month, or £15/month if you want to watch the games in HD. Alternatively, taking BT Broadband means you’ll be able to get BT Sport channels in SD for no extra cost, or bump your package up to include the HD channels for an additional £3/month.