The Premier League, BT Sport and Sky Sports today announced the fixtures that will be televised throughout the month of April.
Current league leaders, Manchester City, will feature the most as they hope to claim their third Premier League title.
The Manchester and Merseyside derbies are among the fixtures to be shown live on Sky Sports.
Arsenal’s clashes with Newcastle United and Manchester United will also be played out live on Sky.
BT Sport will show Bournemouth twice, away to Liverpool and at home to Manchester United.
Saturday April 7
Manchester City vs Manchester United 5:30pm (Sky Sports)
Sunday April 8
Everton vs Liverpool 2:15pm (Sky Sports)
Chelsea vs West Ham 4:30pm (Sky Sports)
Monday April 9
Arsenal vs Southampton 8pm (Sky Sports)
Saturday April 14
Southampton vs Chelsea 12:30pm (Sky Sports)
Liverpool vs Bournemouth 5:30pm (BT Sport)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City 7:45pm (Sky Sports)
Sunday April 15
Newcastle United vs Arsenal 1:30pm (Sky Sports)
Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion 4pm (Sky Sports)
West Ham vs Stoke City 8pm (Sky Sports)
Friday April 20
Brighton vs Tottenham Hotspur 8pm (Sky Sports)
Saturday April 21
Bournemouth vs Manchester United 5:30pm (BT Sport)
Sunday April 22
West Brom vs Liverpool 2:15pm (Sky Sports)
Manchester City vs Swansea City 4:30pm (Sky Sports)
Monday April 23
Arsenal vs West Ham United 8pm (Sky Sports)
Saturday April 28
Liverpool vs Stoke City 12:30pm (Sky Sports)
Swansea vs Chelsea 5:30pm (BT Sport)
Sunday April 29
West Ham vs Manchester City 2:15pm (Sky Sports)
Manchester United vs Arsenal 4:30pm (Sky Sports)
Monday April 30
Tottenham Hotspur vs Watford 8pm (Sky Sports)
Please note some of these games are subject to change due to FA Cup, Champions League or Europa League participation.
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