Sky Sports has unveiled its lineup of live Barclays Premier League matches for February, including Manchester United's crucial home game against Arsenal on February 28th.
The satellite broadcaster has added a further ten live games to its 2015-16 Premier League schedule, with the latest batch featuring 14 different teams.
As well as the United v Arsenal clash, Sky's February fixtures include the Red Devils' visit to Chelsea. Powerhouses of the domestic game in recent years, the two clubs have struggled to varying degrees this season, resulting in today's sacking of former Blues boss Jose Mourinho. With United's Louis van Gaal also under pressure, there is a chance that both clubs could have new managers in place when they meet at Stamford Bridge on February 7th.
On that same day, Arsenal will make the trip to the south coast to take on Premier League newcomers Bournemouth. Eddie Howe's men already have some major scalps to their name this season, with recent victories over Manchester United and Chelsea, and will be looking to add another big name to that list in the form of the Gunners.
Another key match-up will see Manchester City take on Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium on February 14th. The Citizens will be out for revenge after Spurs handed them a 4-1 drubbing when the two sides met at White Hart Lane in September, with England star Harry Kane one of the men to get his name on the scoresheet that day.
Rounding off a big month of fixtures will be a packed Super Sunday on February 28th, beginning with either the Merseyside derby or Newcastle v Manchester City, subject to the potential participation of Manuel Pellegrini's side in the Capital One Cup Final. Later that day, title chasers Manchester United will take on Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Gary Hughes, Head of Football at Sky Sports, said: "Sky Sports is the only place to see all the stories of an increasingly unpredictable Premier League season, with drama every weekend.
"By March there will still be 38 Premier League games to come on Sky Sports, and we will be the place to see the thrilling climax to a fantastic season."
|Sun 7 Feb||Bournemouth v Arsenal||1.30pm|
|Sun 7 Feb||Chelsea v Manchester United||4pm|
|Mon 8 Feb||Southampton v West Ham United||8pm|
|Sat 13 Feb||Chelsea v Newcastle United||5.30pm|
|Sun 14 Feb||Aston Villa v Liverpool||1.30pm|
|Sun 14 Feb||Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur||4pm|
|Sat 27 Feb||West Bromwich Albion v Crystal Palace||5.30pm|
|Sat 19 Dec||Newcastle United v Aston Villa||5.30pm|
|Sun 28 Feb||Liverpool v Everton||12noon|
|Sun 28 Feb||Newcastle United v Manchester City||12noon|
|Sun 28 Feb||Manchester United v Arsenal||2.05pm|