Premier League live on Sky Sports: Man City vs Tottenham and Leeds vs Man Utd announced for February | Football News

Sky Sports has announced six new Premier League live matches that will be shown in February, including Man City vs Spurs and Leeds vs Man Utd.

In addition to the matches already announced for January and early February, Sky Sports has added two exceptional weeks of Premier League matches.

On 19 February, Manchester City leaders host Tottenham at Saturday Night Football, before a double Super Sunday match as rivals from Leeds host Man Utd at 2pm and Wolves host Leicester at 4.30pm.

City will look to avenge the 1-0 defeat to Spurs on the opening day of the Premier League season, while Leeds were beaten 6-2 by Man Utd at Old Trafford in the first leg.

The following weekend, Friday Night Football arrives from St Mary’s as a host of Southampton Norwich, it’s Everton vs Man City on Saturday Night Football, before Chelsea vs Leicester on February 27 before the EFL Cup final in the afternoon.

Everton’s home clash with Leicester, originally scheduled for December 19 but postponed due to Covid, will now be played on January 11 at 20:00, live on Sky Sports.

Premier League matches confirmed live on Sky Sport

Saturday 1st January: Crystal Palace vs West Ham, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 2 January: Brentford-Aston Villa, kick-off 14:00

Sunday 2 January: Chelsea-Liverpool, kick-off 16:30

Monday 3rd January: Manchester United vs Wolves, kick-off 17:30

Friday 14 January: Brighton-Crystal Palace, kick-off 20:00

Saturday 15 January: Aston Villa-Manchester United, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 16 January: West Ham-Leeds, kick-off 14:00

Sunday 16 January: Tottenham-Arsenal, kick-off 16:30

Friday 21 January: Watford vs Norwich City, kick-off at 20:00 *

Saturday 22 January: Southampton v Manchester City, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 23 January: Crystal Palace vs Liverpool, kick-off 14:00

Sunday 23 January: Chelsea-Tottenham, kick-off 16:30

Saturday 12 February: Norwich City-Manchester City, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 13 February: Newcastle-Aston Villa, kick-off 14:00

Sunday 13 February: Leicester-West Ham, kick-off 16:30

New games announced

Tuesday 11 January: Everton-Leicester, kick-off 20:00

Saturday 19 February: Man City-Tottenham, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 20 February: Leeds vs Man Utd, kick-off 14:00

Sunday 20 February: Wolves vs Leicester, kick-off 16:30

Friday 25 February: Southampton-Norwich, kick-off 20:00

Saturday 26 February: Everton-Man City, kick-off 17:30

Sunday 27 February: Chelsea v Leicester, kick-off 14:00 *

* except for Chelsea’s participation in the EFL Cup final

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