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BT Sport to show 19 Premier League games in January

Spanning Matchdays 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21, starting with Everton’s clash against West Ham on New Year’s Day.

BT Sport are thrilled to announce a bonanza of Premier League action in January, with 19 top-flight clashes across a busy 30 days.

In what has already been an unforgettable campaign, the action heats up as we begin 2021 with a veritable feast of football.

Starting with Everton’s home tie against West Ham on New Year’s Day, we will show every Premier League side at least once, with all 19 games exclusively live on BT Sport.

They include, a Black Country derby between Wolves and West Brom, a tie between the two early Premier League front-runners Tottenham and Liverpool as well as Fulham v Manchester United, Southampton v Arsenal and much, much, much more.

Remember you can watch every single Premier League TV match this season on BT TV with full details on how to avoid missing the unmissable available here.

January Premier League fixtures on BT Sport

Friday 1 January

Everton v West Ham – 5pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (5.30pm KO)

Saturday 2 January

Tottenham v Leeds – 11.30am, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (12.30pm KO)

West Brom v Arsenal – 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (8pm KO)

Wednesday 13 January

Man City v Brighton – 5.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (6pm KO)

Saturday 16 January

Wolves v West Brom – 11.30am, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (12.30pm KO)

Leicester v Southampton – 7.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (8pm KO)

Tuesday 19 January

West Ham v West Brom – 5.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (6pm KO)

Wednesday 20 January

Fulham v Man Utd – 7.45pm, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (8.15pm KO)

Tuesday 26 January

Newcastle v Leeds – 5.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (6pm KO) 

Brighton v Fulham – 5.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (6pm KO)

Southampton v Arsenal – 8pm, BT Sport 1 HD (8.15pm KO)

West Brom v Man City – 8pm, BT Sport 2 HD (8.15pm KO)

Wednesday 27 January

Chelsea v Wolves – 5.30pm, BT Sport 1 HD (6pm KO)

Burnley v Aston Villa – 5.30pm, BT Sport 2 HD (6pm KO)

Crystal Palace v West Ham –7.15pm,  BT Sport 3 HD (7.30pm KO)

Man Utd v Sheffield Utd – 8pm, BT Sport 1 HD (8.15pm KO)

Everton v Leicester – 8pm, BT Sport 2 HD (8.15pm KO)

Thursday 28 January

Tottenham v Liverpool – 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (8pm KO)

Saturday 30 January

Everton v Newcastle – 11.30am, BT Sport 1 HD & BT Sport Ultimate (12.30pm KO)

Stay up to date with every Premier League game on BT Sport with our What's On section.

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