Sky Sports reveal Premier League fixtures available exclusively in Ireland for the next three months 5 years ago

Sky Sports reveal Premier League fixtures available exclusively in Ireland for the next three months

A couple of Christmas crackers on this list.

Christmas is going to be a good time of the year for Manchester United fans with a Sky Sports subscription, with five games featuring the Red Devils to be broadcast on Sky Sports in the months of December and January.

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Sky Sports has added six live Saturday 3pm Premier League matches – exclusively for Irish customers – including two games featuring Jose Mourinho’s side; the home clash with Middlesbrough on December 30 and the trip to Stoke on 21 January.

The six Saturday 3pm fixtures are in addition to 28 live matches announced last week for Sky Sports customers across the UK & Ireland, including Manchester City v Chelsea, the Merseyside derby, Manchester City v Arsenal and Tottenham against Chelsea.

during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Liverpool at St Mary's Stadium on March 20, 2016 in Southampton, United Kingdom.

On a Super Sunday that will hopefully be a damn sight better than ‘Red Monday,’ meanwhile, Manchester United’s clash with Liverpool and Everton v Manchester City at Goodison Park will both be broadcast on Sky Sports on January 15.

Check out the full list of Premier League games live on Sky Sports between now and the end of January below.

Sky Sports live Premier League Fixtures

*Saturday 3pm live fixtures are only available to Sky Sports customers in the Republic of Ireland.

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October

Saturday 22 October

Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur, 12.30pm

Leicester City v Crystal Palace, 3pm*

Sunday 23 October

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Manchester City v Southampton, 1.30pm

Chelsea v Manchester United, 4pm

Saturday 29 October

Sunderland v Arsenal, 12.30pm

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Burnley v Manchester United, 3pm

Sunday 30 October

Everton v West Ham United, 1.30pm

Southampton v Chelsea, 4pm

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Monday 31 October

Stoke City v Swansea City, 8pm

November

Saturday 5 November

Bournemouth v Sunderland, 3pm*

Sunday 6 November, 2.15pm

Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion, 4.30pm

Saturday, 19 November

Manchester United v Arsenal, 12.30pm

Southampton v Liverpool, 3pm*

Sunday 20 November

Middlesbrough v Chelsea, 4pm

Monday 21 November

West Bromwich Albion v Burnley, 8pm

Saturday 26 November

Leicester v Middlesbrough 3pm*

Sunday 27 November

Watford v Stoke City, 12pm

Arsenal v Bournemouth, 2.15pm

Southampton v Everton, 4.30pm

December

Saturday 3 December

Manchester City v Chelsea, 12.30pm

West Bromwich Albion v Watford, 3pm*

Sunday 4 December

Bournemouth v Liverpool, 1.30pm

Everton v Manchester United, 4pm

Monday 5 December       

Middlesbrough v Hull City, 8pm

Saturday 10 December

Watford v Everton, 12.30pm

Burnley v Bournemouth, 3pm*

Sunday 11 December

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur, 2.15pm

Liverpool v West Ham United, 4.30pm

Saturday 17 December

Crystal Palace v Chelsea, 12.30pm

Tottenham v Burnley, 3pm*

Sunday 18 December

Bournemouth v Southampton, 1.30pm

Manchester City v Arsenal, 4pm

Monday 19 December

Everton v Liverpool, 8pm

Monday 26 December

Watford v Crystal Palace, 12.30pm

Hull City v Manchester City, 5.15pm

Tuesday 27 December

Liverpool v Stoke City, 5.15pm

Wednesday 28 December     

Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur, 7.45pm

Friday 30 December

Hull City v Everton

Saturday 31 December

Manchester United v Middlesbrough, 3pm *

January

Sunday 1 January

Watford v Tottenham Hotspur, 1.30pm

Arsenal v Crystal Palace, 4pm

Monday 2 January

Middlesbrough v Leicester City, 12.30pm

West Ham United  v Manchester United, 5.15pm

Tuesday 3 January  

Bournemouth v Arsenal, 7.45pm

Wednesday 4 January

Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea, 8pm

Saturday 14 January

Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion, 12.30pm

West Ham United v Crystal Palace 3pm*

Sunday 15 January

Everton v Manchester City, 1.30pm

Manchester United v Liverpool, 4pm

Saturday 21 January

Stoke City v Manchester United, 3pm*

Sunday 22 January

Arsenal v Burnley, 1.30pm

Chelsea v Hull City, 4pm

Monday 23 January

Southampton v Leicester City, 8pm**

 

 

** Fixture could change to Sunday 22 Jan, 12noon subject to EFL Cup semi-finals. Should that occur, Arsenal v Burnley would move to 2.15pm and Chelsea v Hull City to 4.30pm.