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Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced their Premier League fixtures for April. As expected, Sky has the lion's share, broadcasting 18 games to BT's seven.

The first game of the month is a Liverpool derby, as Liverpool host Everton on 1st April at 12:30pm live on Sky Sports. At 5:30pm that day, Bournemouth travel to Southampton live on BT Sport.

Sky Sports' key games include Arsenal home to Manchester City on Sunday 2nd, Spurs against Watford on Saturday 8th, Chelsea at Manchester United on the 16th, Everton vs Chelsea on the 30th and Tottenham vs Arsenal on the same day.

BT's big games include Manchester City's clashes against Chelsea on the 5th, and Southampton on the 15th.

"Sky Sports is the place to see the remaining big fixtures as the Premier League heads towards its dramatic conclusion," Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said in a statement. "There is so much still to play for at both ends of the table and we will be there every step of the way."

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, commented: "As the year's major competitions begin to reach their conclusion, April's busy footballing schedule should prove pivotal to all football teams in the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Emirates FA Cup.

"Whether your team is fighting for the title, relegation or battling it out in the latter stages of cup competitions, we have a great month of football in store."

Sky Sports Premier League matches in April

  • Liverpool vs Everton, Saturday 1st, 12:30pm
  • Swansea City vs Middlesborough, Sunday 2nd, 1:30pm
  • Arsenal vs Manchester City, Sunday 2nd, 4pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Watford, Saturday 8th, 12:30pm
  • Sunderland vs Manchester United, Sunday 9th, 1:30pm
  • Everyone vs Leicester City, Sunday 9th, 4pm
  • Crystal Palace vs Arsenal, Monday 10th, 8pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Bournemouth, Saturday 15th, 12:30pm
  • West Bromwich Albion vs Liverpool, Sunday 16th, 1:30pm
  • Manchester United vs Chelsea, Sunday 16th, 4pm
  • Middlesborough vs Arsenal, Monday 17th, 8pm
  • Manchester City vs West Bromwich Albion, Saturday 22nd, 12:30pm
  • Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur, Sunday 23rd, 12pm
  • Chelsea vs Southampton, Sunday 23rd, 2:15pm
  • Burnley vs Manchester United, Sunday 23rd, 2:15pm
  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace, Sunday 23rd, 4:30pm
  • Everton vs Chelsea, Sunday 30th, 2:05pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal, Sunday 30th, 4:30pm

BT Sport's Premier League matches in April

  • Southampton vs Bournemouth, Saturday 1st, 5:30pm
  • Manchester United vs Everton, Tuesday 4th, 8pm
  • Chelsea vs Manchester City, Wednesday 5th, 8pm
  • Bournemouth vs Chelsea, Saturday 8th, 5:30pm
  • Southampton vs Manchester City, Saturday 15th, 5:30pm
  • Crystal Palace vs Burnley, Saturday 29th, 5:30pm
  • Manchester United vs Swansea City, Sunday 30th, 12pm

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