Manchester United and Arsenal are among those to be included in the latest set of televised Premier League fixtures with Man City’s titanic clash vs Liverpool also included
Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all feature in the latest list of games moved by Sky Sports and BT Sport for television coverage in April.
There is still plenty to play for the with former pair of the aforementioned trio involved in a battle for the top four.
Liverpool meanwhile are aiming to chase down champions Manchester City, who many people were already handing the title to in January.
Their titanic clash at the Etihad in April is due to be shown on Sky Sports, although that is dependent on the pair’s Champions League participation.
Currently it is due to kick-off 4.30pm, but will be moved to Saturday April 9 at 5.30pm should either team be involved in the Champions League quarter-final second leg on Tuesday April 12.
Both teams won their last 16 first-legs so are heavy favourites to progress as they eye multiple pieces of silverware this term.
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Liverpool host Watford a week prior to their Manchester trip which will see roy Hodgson head back to Anfield.
That encounter will be shown on BT Sport, as will Everton’s game with United at Goodison Park.
The Red Devils’ game with Leicester City at Old Trafford is also among those to be televised. The Foxes secured a 4-2 win over United at the King Power Stadium back in October.
West Ham United and Tottenham, two teams involved in the top four hunt, will also be shown.
At the other end of the table Newcastle United are aiming to consolidate their top flight status and will take on Wolves on a Friday night.
Norwich City and Burnley, two sides who are tipped by many to drop down to the Championship, will square off at Carrow Road, which will be shown on Sky Sports.
See the full list of the newly-decidedtelevised fixtures below.
Saturday April 2: Manchester United vs Leicester, kick-off 5.30pm
Sunday April 3: West Ham vs Everton, kick-off 2pm
Sunday April 3: Tottenham vs Newcastle, kick-off 4.30pm
Monday April 4: Crystal Palace vs Arsenal, kick-off 8pm
Friday April 8: Newcastle vs Wolves, kick-off 8pm
Saturday April 9: Aston Villa vs Tottenham, kick-off 5.30pm**
Sunday April 10: Norwich vs Burnley, kick-off 2pm
Sunday April 10: Manchester City vs Liverpool, kick-off, 4.30pm**
** Subject to Man City or Liverpool’s Champions League participation
Saturday April 2: Liverpool vs Watford, kick-off 12.30pm
Sunday April 9: Everton vs Manchester United, kick off 12.30pm