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Sky and BT have announced their Premier League fixtures for February.

The first game of the month is on BT Sport on the 2nd of February. It sees Aston Villa travel to West Ham. On the 3rd, Chelsea head to Watford, and on the 6th, Leicester City travel to Manchester City. All are live on BT.

Sunday the 7th sees Bournemouth take on Arsenal and Chelsea against Manchester United. On the 8th, Southampton face West Ham United. All three games are live on Sky Sports.

BT's final two games of the month see Sunderland host Manchester United on the 13th, and Sunderland away to West Ham United on the 27th.

The rest of the games are on Sky. They include Chelsea vs Newcastle, Man City vs Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool vs Everton and Manchester United vs Arsenal.

Gary Hughes, head of football for 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."

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: "February is set to be one of our best months ever with an action-packed football schedule on BT Sport. There are teams hoping to fight it out for the Premier League title, European qualification or involved in the battle against relegation. BT Sport will also be showing live FA Cup games as well as UEFA Champions League and Europa League games in a February football feast."

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