January Premier League fixtures confirmed! Find out where you can watch the action live here

The Premier League gave supporters everywhere an early Christmas present this week when they announced that every single English top flight fixture in January would be broadcast live.

Back in October, the Premier League introduced a controversial pay-per-view charge for several games, however, after a significant pushback from viewers, the existing broadcast model was put back in place, allowing fans to consume every minute of action from the world’s most exciting domestic competition.

With supporters still unable to attend games at a large number of stadiums, the Premier League’s broadcast arrangement will continue throughout January, with live games split between Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime.

Below, you can find out exactly when and where you can tune in to watch each of the Premier League fixtures scheduled to take place next month, where 19 of January’s 31 days will feature a live game!

Remember – we’ll be covering every single fixture with free betting tips and match previews for each contest over on our Premier League predictions page.


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Premier League January Fixture List

Friday, 1 January

  • Everton vs West Ham United (17:30 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Manchester United vs Aston Villa (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Saturday, 2 January

  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Leeds United (12:30 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Crystal Palace vs Sheffield United (15:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Brighton & Hove Albion vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (17:30 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal (20:00 GMT – BT Sport)

Sunday, 3 January

  • Burnley vs Fulham (12:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Newcastle United vs Leicester City (14:15 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Chelsea vs Manchester City (16:30 GMT – Sky Sports)

Monday, 4 January

  • Southampton vs Liverpool (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Tuesday, 12 January

  • Sheffield United vs Newcastle United (18:00 – Sky Sports)
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton (20:15 – Sky Sports)

Wednesday, 13 January

  • Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Aston Villa vs Tottenham Hotspur (20:15 GMT – Sky Sports)

Thursday, 14 January

  • Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Friday, 15 January

  • Fulham vs Chelsea (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Saturday, 16 January

  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs West Bromwich Albion (12:30 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Leeds United vs Brighton & Hove Albion (15:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • West Ham United vs Burnley (15:00 GMT – Amazon)
  • Aston Villa vs Everton (17:30 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Leicester City vs Southampton (20:00 GMT – BT Sport)

Sunday, 17 January

  • Sheffield United vs Tottenham Hotspur (14:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Liverpool vs Manchester United (16:30 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Manchester City vs Crystal Palace (19:15 GMT – Sky Sports)

Monday, 18 January

  • Arsenal vs Newcastle United (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Tuesday, 19 January

  • West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Leicester City vs Chelsea (20:15 GMT – Sky Sports)

Wednesday, 20 January

  • Leeds United vs Southampton (18:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Fulham vs Manchester United (20:15 GMT – BT Sport)

Thursday, 21 January

  • Liverpool vs Burnley (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

Tuesday, 26 January

  • Brighton & Hove Albion vs Fulham (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Newcastle United vs Leeds United (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Southampton vs Arsenal (20:15 GMT – BT Sport)
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City (20:15 GMT – BT Sport)

Wednesday, 27 January

  • Burnley vs Aston Villa (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Chelsea vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (18:00 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Crystal Palace vs West Ham United (19:30 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Everton vs Leicester City (20:15 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Manchester United vs Sheffield United (20:15 GMT – BT Sport)

Thursday, 28 January

  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool (20:00 GMT – BT Sport)

Saturday, 30 January

  • Everton vs Newcastle United (12:30 GMT – BT Sport)
  • Arsenal vs Manchester United (17:30 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • Southampton vs Aston Villa (20:00 GMT – Sky Sports)

To be confirmed:

  • Chelsea vs Burnley (15:00 GMT)
  • Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (15:00 GMT)
  • Manchester City vs Sheffield United (15:00 GMT)
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Fulham (15:00 GMT)

Sunday, 31 January

  • Leicester City vs Leeds United (14:00 GMT – Sky Sports)
  • West Ham United vs Liverpool (16:30 GMT – Sky Sports)

To be confirmed:

  • Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur (14:00 GMT)

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Key fixtures to look out for

Sunday, 3 January

Chelsea vs Manchester City (16:30 GMT – Sky Sports)

Two teams with Premier League title aspirations meet at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea entertain Manchester City in the capital.

Frank Lampard’s Blues got the better of the Citizens in last season’s corresponding fixture, and another victory over Pep Guardiolal’s side would be a major signal of intent ahead of the second half of the campaign.

Sunday, 17 January

Liverpool vs Manchester United (16:30 GMT – Sky Sports)

Old enemies Liverpool and Manchester United face off for the first time this season when champions Liverpool lock horns with Manchester United at Anfield on January 17.

Liverpool remain favourites to reclaim their crown this term, and the Reds will be odds-on to claim three points against their inconsistent rivals on Merseyside.

Thursday, 28 January

Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool (20:00 GMT – BT Sport)

The big games keep coming thick and fast for Liverpool, who travel to North London shortly after their date with Man Utd to take on title contenders Tottenham Hotspur on January 28.

Jose Mourinho will set his team up to smash and grab against the marauding Reds, and with attacking duo Son Heung-min and Harry Kane the kings of collaboration this season, the hosts will feel they have a chance of landing a decisive blow.

Saturday, 30 January

West Bromwich Albion vs Fulham (15:00 GMT)

In what looks every inch a relegation six-pointer, two of the favourites forthe  drop will wage war at the Hawthorns when West Brom take on Fulham on January 30.

If the rumours hold weight, then the Baggies could have a new boss in the dugout by the time their game against the Cottagers rolls around, and Fulham will be desperate to avoid being bruised by the new manager bounce.


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