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BT Sport reveals exclusively live February games

Press Release   •   Dec 17, 2015 11:00 GMT

Five Barclays Premier League games will be shown on BT Sport as part of a fantastic February, alongside live EmiratesFA Cup matches and UEFA Champions League and Europa League ties.

The month kicks off with West Ham United at home on Tuesday, February 2nd, against struggling Aston Villa at the Boleyn Ground at 19:45, followed by Watford v Chelsea the next night at Vicarage Road.

The first Saturday of the month, the 6th, sees this season’s surprise league leaders Leicester City travel to title contenders Manchester City for a 12:45pm kick-off.

The week commencing February 8th will likely see an FA Cup Fourth Round replay shown live on BT Sport before Sunderland host Manchester United at the Stadium of Light. The match kicks off at 12:45pm on Saturday, February 13th.

BT Sport will also be showing every one of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League round of 16 and round of 32 games respectively, the following midweek as the tournament resumes after its mid-winter season break.

The weekend of Saturday, February 20th will see more cup action as the FA Cup take centre stage with BT Sport broadcasting three live 5th round matches.

Then it’s back to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League second leg ties shown live on BT Sport before Sunderland Manager Sam Allardyce returns to West Ham United for their match at 12:45pm on Saturday, February 27th.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “February is set to be one of our best months ever with an action packed football schedule on BT Sport. There are teams hoping to fight it out for the Premier League title, European qualification or involved in the battle against relegation. BT Sport will also be showing live FA Cup games as well as UEFA Champions League and Europa League games in a February football feast.”

BT Sport Exclusively Live Barclays Premier League Games in February

02-Feb-1619.45TueWest HamAston Villa
06-Feb-1612:45SatManchester CityLeicester City
13-Feb-1612:45SatSunderlandManchester United
27-Feb-1612:45SatWest Ham UnitedSunderland


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