BT Sport will show four Barclays Premier League games in March, including the north London derby, as the season hots up for the title race and battle to escape relegation. Alongside these matches, BT Sport will also be showing live Emirates FA Cup matches, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League ties.
A south coast derby starts the month on BT Sport, with Bournemouth and Southampton battling it out at Dean Court on Tuesday 1 March at 7:45pm.Action continues the following night as Liverpool play host to title chasing Manchester City at Anfield for an 8:00pm kick off on Wednesday 2 March.
The first Saturday of the month will see Tottenham Hotspur take on their neighbours and bitter rivals Arsenal at White Hart Lane. The match kicks off at 12:45pm and will be a vital game as both sides chase UEFA Champions League qualification and a possible Barclays Premier League title.
On Tuesday 8 March and Wednesday 9 March in the following week, BT Sport will be showing the second legs of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 matches. March will also see both legs of the UEFA Europa League round of 16, shown exclusively live on BT Sport.
Continuing the football feast in March, the sixth round of the Emirates FA Cup will be broadcast live on BT Sport with two matches shown exclusively live during the weekend of Saturday 12 March. There is also the possibility of a further live sixth round replay.
BT Sport cameras will then return to Barclays Premier League action on Saturday 19 March, with Everton hosting Arsenal at 12:45pm at Goodison Park.
Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “As we enter the final three months of the season the battle for the coveted Barclays Premier League title is hotting up together with the fight against relegation.
On top of the excitement of the Barclays Premier League we will also be showing huge ties in the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Emirates FA Cup.”
BT Sport Exclusively Live Barclays Premier League Games in March
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