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BT Sport and Sky Sports have announced which Premier League games they’ll be showing in March.

Sky leads with 10 live games, while BT will show four.

The action kicks off on March 1st, when Bournemouth host Southampton. The next day, Manchester City are away to Liverpool, and on the 5th, it's a north London derby, with Arsenal away to Tottenham Hotspur. All three games are live on BT Sport.

BT's only other game is Everton home to Arsenal on the 19th.

Sky's matches include Liverpool versus Chelsea on the 13th, Leicester City versus Newcastle United on the 14th, and two northern derbies on the same day: Newcastle City versus Sunderland and Manchester City versus Manchester United, both on the 20th.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: "As we enter the final three months of the season the battle for the coveted Barclays Premier League title is hotting up together with the fight against relegation.

"On top of the excitement of the Barclays Premier League we will also be showing huge ties in the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Emirates FA Cup."

Gary Hughes, head of football at Sky Sports, added: "Sky Sports will continue to show every twist and turn of this incredible season. These matches ensure that our viewers will be able to follow all the drama as it unfolds at a critical time in the season for all teams in the Premier League."

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