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BT Sport viewers have eight top-flight football games to look forward to in December as the Barclays Premier League turns up a notch.

Fans have already been treated to some classic encounters on BT Sport this season, not least a thrilling 3-3 draw between Merseyside rivals Everton and Liverpool earlier this month.

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And they can look forward to some more great games during December - traditionally one of the busiest months of the season for domestic league action.

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United gets the action underway this Sunday December 1st, with a 12pm kick-off live on BT Sport 1.

BT Sport viewers will then be treated to two midweek fixtures, starting with a London derby between Crystal Palace and West Ham at 8pm on Tuesday December 3rd.

The following night, Alan Pardew takes his Newcastle United side to Swansea City (7:45pm), and the Geordies are in action again against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday December 7th (12:45pm).

A week later, on Saturday December 14th, comes one of December's plum fixtures - with title-chasing Manchester City v Arsenal facing off at 12:45pm.

The final game before Christmas Day comes at Anfield on Saturday December 21st, when Liverpool host Malky Mackay's Cardiff City at 12:45pm.

And a Boxing Day double-header completes this impressive BT Sport line-up, rounding off a great 2013 for the new subscription broadcaster.

After tuning in to West Ham v Arsenal at 3pm on Thursday December 26th, viewers can sit back and enjoy Liverpool's trip to the Etihad Stadium, where they take on Manchester City at 5:30pm.

BT broadband subscribers are able to watch the action for free, via a YouView or Vision+ box if they have one, or by registering for the BT Sport app and online player.

Other consumers can sign up for BT Sport on a subscription basis, paying £12 per month for BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN in standard definition or £15 per month for HD.

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