BT has added more televised Premier League games to its January fixture schedule, with Liverpool v Everton and Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City leading the line-up.
After the New Year's Day double header of Southampton v Chelsea and Manchester United v Tottenham, BT's camera's will head north to televise the tie between Hull City and Chelsea at the KC Stadium.
Hull's second visit to the Premier League has not started as emphatically as their first, but equally the Tigers will be hoping that it does not end as badly; something that a result against Jose Mourinho's men would help to achieve.
BT's cameras will then be at the Stadium of Light on January 18th, when struggling Sunderland attempt to gain some ground on the teams around them with victory against Mauricio Pochettino's Southampton side, who have enjoyed a barnstorming start to the season and currently sit level on points with Manchester City.
Two other sides enjoying solid starts to the campaign are bitter rivals Everton and Liverpool, which will give the Merseyside derby extra zing when the teams clash at Anfield on Tuesday January 28th live on BT Sport.
Roberto Martinez is enjoying a run of success that even David Moyes failed to match during his tenure, while Liverpool are threatening to break into the Premier League elite once again after their best start to a campaign for four years; these factors alone will add extra flavour to an already tasty fixture in late January.
BT Sport's January Premier League line-up is completed on Wednesday 29th, when Tottenham Hotspur host Manchester City at White Hart Lane in what could be a top-of-the-table clash.
AVB's men have enjoyed a great start to the season, while Manuel Pellegrini's men have managed to rack up some impressive results despite faltering against lower league opposition, which will ensure an exciting encounter in North London.
Simon Green, director of BT Sport, said the channel will be starting off the New Year "in style", with with some "fantastic top flight live fixtures".
"We have a great double header from the Barclays Premier League on New Year’s Day, just ahead of our Third Round FA Cup with Budweiser coverage, followed by what promises to be some intriguing and exciting Premier League clashes, which includes the second Merseyside derby of the season," he added.
With the FA Cup Fourth Round to follow, Mr Green promised that BT Sport will continue to deliver "top class" football action in the weeks following.