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Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham are set to dominate BT Sport's autumn coverage of the Barclays Premier League, featuring twice over the course of October and November.  

November 29th will see the BT Sport cameras return to White Hart Lane as Tottenham face bitter rivals Chelsea in the pick of BT's latest round of fixtures, with fans undoubtedly hoping for a repeat of the entertainment and drama of last season's 5-3 win for Mauricio Pochettino's men.

That game comes six weeks after Chelsea's televised test with Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool, with both teams looking to take the early initiative in this season's race for a Champions League spot.  

The Reds ran out 3-0 winners on their last visit to White Hart Lane, but will know this encounter is unlikely to be quite so easy.

Things get even tougher for the Merseysiders on October 31st when they visit Stamford Bridge to take on champions Chelsea.

It's not all about the top though, as newly-promoted Bournemouth and Watford will also take their place in front of the cameras on November 7th and 21st respectively.

The Cherries will entertain Steve McClaren's Newcastle United in the top flight for the very first time, while Watford will look to secure a famous win over Manchester United.  

BT's October coverage starts when Crystal Palace welcome West Brom on the 3rd, with the broadcaster also set to screen a selection of games in Ultra HD (4K) on BT Sport Ultra HD, which it claims will offer picture quality four times sharper than normal HD.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: "Once again football fans can look forward to exciting Barclays Premier League games on BT Sport, including those teams competing in Europe and two recently promoted sides.

"BT Sport will be broadcasting four matches featuring UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League teams throughout October and November and these teams will also be shown exclusively live as their European campaigns get under way."

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