BT Sport will show four Barclays Premier League games in April, including the relegation six-pointer between Norwich City and Sunderland and London derby West Ham United v Arsenal.
The games will be part of an action packed April with an Emirates FA Cup semi-final at Wembley shown live on BT Sport, as well as the quarter-finals and first leg of the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.
The penultimate month of the football season will begin with Aston Villa v Chelsea at Villa Park on Saturday, April 2 at 12.45pm. The following week sees European chasing West Ham United host title challengers Arsenal for a 12.45pm kick off at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, April 9.
With games at both ends of the Premier League table, the potential relegation six-pointer between Norwich City and Sunderland will be broadcast live on BT Sport from Carrow Road and will take place at 12.45pm on Saturday, April 16.
The weekend of Saturday, April 23 will see BT Sport broadcast a live FA Cup semi-final at Wembley before the final weekend of the month ends in Wales with the match between Swansea City and Liverpool. The match will kick off at 12.45pm on Saturday, April 30.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “April is once again proving to be an exciting and action packed month for BT Sport viewers. We will be showing matches featuring title challengers, relegation battles and action from the FA Cup at Wembley, the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.”
BT Sport is your home of unmissable live football from the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, Barclays Premier League and the Emirates FA Cup. For more information visit bt.com/sport.
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