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Sky and BT have announced their live Premier League matches for April. Sky has the lion's share, including all the matches featuring Chelsea and Manchester City (who are first and second place in the league, respectively).

Sky will show five Chelsea games in April, and four featuring Manchester City. Sky has a total of 16 live matches and BT Sport three.

Sky's first live game in April is Chelsea v Stoke City on Saturday the 4th at 5:30pm. BT Sport's first game is Arsenal v Liverpool, at 12:45pm the same day.

Sky's other big matches include the Manchester derby on Sunday the 12th, Chelsea v Manchester United on Saturday the 18th, and Arsenal v Chelsea on Sunday the 26th.

BT Sport's other games are Swansea City v Everton on Saturday the 11th and Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday the 26th.

Sky will show another 15 games in May, the last month of the season.

"April is a huge month in the Premier League and will go a long way to deciding the destiny of the title," Gary Hughes, Sky Sports head of football, said.

"Sky Sports will be the only place to see Chelsea and Manchester City, as well as the drama of the biggest local derbies and massive head-to-heads.

"Sky Sports has more of the games that matter as the Premier League approaches a thrilling conclusion."

BT Sport was keen to stress it also show European football.

"BT Sport has shown great live action from the Barclays Premier League throughout the 2014/15 season and April is no different," Simon Green head of BT Sport, said/

"The battle for European football is hotting up as the season nears its conclusion and we are delighted to show Arsenal v Liverpool, Swansea City v Everton and Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur in the penultimate month of the season.

"BT Sport will also be showing one of the FA Cup semi-finals exclusively live in April which is always a passionately contested affair at Wembley.

"And the channels will closely follow the exciting closing stages to the German Bundesliga, the Italian Serie A and the French Ligue 1."

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