Top six clubs in action on Sky Sports in March

25th January 2017

Sky Sports has added 12 more live Premier League matches in March as the battle for the title intensifies, with every game involving a team from the top six of the table.

Sky Sports is more than halfway through its biggest ever season of Premier League football, with 70 live matches shown so far, bringing more of the games that matter to clubs around the country.

The battle for the Premier League crown is in full swing, with Antonio Conte's Chelsea currently in pole position for the title. The chasing pack of Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United all face some tricky tests, showing live in Sky Sports venues, as they bid to make a decisive move as the season reaches its climax.

David Rey, managing director of Sky Business, said: "Sky Sports continues to give clubs the top Premier League picks, with 21 of our 22 February and March fixtures featuring a top six side. This is great news for clubs who can look forward to attracting members into their venues with some fascinating showdowns, including a massive top of the table clash between Manchester City and Liverpool at the end of March.”


The month begins at Old Trafford, as Jose Mourinho's resurgent Man Utd host Bournemouth. Following that, it's a Super Sunday double-header, as Tottenham look to pile the pressure on at the top as they face Everton, before Manchester City look for three points at relegation-battling Sunderland. Then, Chelsea will look to respond on Monday Night Football as they face West Ham United in a London derby from the London Stadium.

Through the second weekend of the month, Sky Sports club members will be able to see Man Utd Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City in action, as they face clashes against Southampton, Burnley, Leicester, Watford and Stoke respectively.

The following weekend, fans can see Arsenal again, as they make the trip to West Brom, before Tottenham host Southampton at White Hart Lane.

Then, March finishes in style, with a massive head-to-head from the Etihad Stadium, as Pep Guardiola's Manchester City host Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool in a match that could be pivotal in the title race.

Sky Sports venues are enjoying a bumper start to what promises to be a sensational 2017, with more matches from the Premier League, EFL and Spain's La Liga, every F1® grand prix live, the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand, all four golf Majors, England international cricket, and much more.


Sat 4: Man Utd v Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Sun 5: Tottenham v Everton (1.30pm)

Sun 5: Sunderland v Man City (4pm)

Mon 6: West Ham v Chelsea (8pm)

Sat 11: Man City v Stoke (12.30pm) - subject to FA Cup sixth round

Sat 11: Arsenal v Leicester (5.30pm) - subject to FA Cup sixth round

Sun 12: Southampton v Man Utd (1.30pm) - subject to FA Cup sixth round

Sun 12: Liverpool v Burnley (4pm) - subject to FA Cup sixth round

Mon 13: Chelsea v Watford (8pm) - subject to FA Cup sixth round

Sat 18: West Brom v Arsenal (12.30pm)

Sun 19: Tottenham v Southampton (2.15pm)

Sun 19: Man City v Liverpool (4.30pm)


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