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BT Sport has announced its televised Premier League fixture list for March.

The first game sees Arsenal take on Everton at The Emirates on Sunday March 1 at 2:05pm.

Next up is a midlands derby, as Aston Villa take on West Brom on Tuesday, March 3rd at 7:45pm.

The following day, Manchester United are away at Newcastle, again at 7:45pm. A London derby follows on Saturday March 14th, when Crystal Palace clash with QPR at 12:45pm.

The last game of the month sees Manchester City play host to West Brom on Saturday March 21st at 12:45pm.

Date Time Home Away
Sunday, March 1 2.05pm Arsenal Everton
Tuesday, March 3 7.45pm Aston Villa West Brom
Wednesday, March 4 7.45pm Newcastle Manchester Utd
Saturday, March 14 12.45pm Crystal Palace QPR
Saturday, March 21 12.45pm Manchester City West Brom

All the games are live on BT Sport 1.

Manchester City have eaten into Chelsea's lead, but have taken the foot off the pedal in recent weeks. Their stablemates United are still in with a chance of taking the title, though Newcastle will be looking to extinguish it.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, also promised there would be more in store for football fans.

"Along with our Barclays Premier League matches, we'll also have at least two exclusively live games from the sixth round of the FA Cup, when the last eight teams will be playing for a trip to a Wembley semi-final," he said in a statement.

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