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Key fixtures in Leicester City's and Tottenham Hotspurs' title run-ins are to be shown live on Sky Sports.

The two sides have been this season's main surprise packages in the Premier League, although Arsenal and Manchester City remain firmly in the hunt for the crown.

Five games involving Leicester and Spurs will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in April and early May.

Leicester will see many of their upcoming fixtures as eminently winnable, including their home clash against Southampton on April 3rd and a trip to relegation-threatened Sunderland a week later.

However, a home game against European challengers West Ham United on April 17th could possibly be a tricky match, as the visitors will have plenty to play for.

Spurs, meanwhile, will be hoping to keep pace with the current league leaders, although their run-in includes potentially tricky games against Liverpool on April 2nd and Manchester United on April 10th.

Four games involving Manchester City will also be broadcast live in April and early May, including an intriguing clash against Chelsea on April 16th.

While many had expected the defending champions to be fighting to retain their crown this year, the Londoners collapsed in spectacular style. However, their form has picked up since manager Jose Mourinho was replaced by interim boss Guus Hiddink, so this looks set to be a fascinating spectacle.

Arsenal, meanwhile, will certainly be hoping to bag precious points to bolster their title charge, with upcoming games including home matches against Crystal Palace and Norwich City, as well as a trip away to Sunderland.

Gary Hughes, Head of Football at Sky Sports, commented: "Four clubs remain in the title race and these are the games that could decide it. As the season reaches its penultimate month, Sky Sports is the only place to watch these crucial matches in the run-in."

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