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BT Sport has revealed its Christmas and New Year football schedule, with both set to be lit up by two live clashes from the Barclays Premier League.

On Boxing Day, Manchester United take on Newcastle United at 3pm, then Arsenal face Queen's Park Rangers at 5.30pm.

New Year's Day sees Manchester City clash with Sunderland at 3pm. And at 5.30pm Tottenham Hotspur take on Chelsea in what promises to be a simmering London derby.

Date KO Day Home Away
2 December 2014 7.45pm Tuesday Leicester City Liverpool
3 December 2014 7.45pm Wednesday Arsenal Southampton
6 December 2014 12:45pm Saturday Newcastle Utd Chelsea
20 December 2014 12.45pm Saturday Manchester City Crystal Palace
26 December 2014 3pm Friday Manchester Utd Newcastle Utd
26 December 2014 5:30pm Friday Arsenal Queens Park Rangers
28 December 2014 12:00pm Sunday Tottenham Hotspur Manchester Utd
1 January 2015 3:00pm Thursday Manchester City Sunderland
1 January 2015 5:30pm Thursday Tottenham Hotspur Chelsea

But BT isn't the only one showing festive footie. Sky will show Chelsea vs West Ham at 12.15pm on Boxing Day, and Stoke City vs Manchester United on New Year's Day at 12.45pm.

"We'll be treating BT Sport fans to a Christmas feast of football again this year," Simon Green head of BT Sport, said in a statement.

"Our double headers on Boxing Day and New Year's Day last year were extremely popular with football fans, and we are presenting viewers with the same gift this year.

"In the space of a few hours on New Year's Day, viewers will be able to assess the title credentials of current holders Manchester City and then early pacesetters Chelsea.

"Jose Mourinho's side have made a superb start to the season and it will be fascinating to see if they've kept up the momentum by New Year and are able to come away from White Hart Lane with three points."

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