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Wave goodbye to 2020 and usher in 2021 on BT Sport as we kick off the year with a huge January filled with tonnes of action from the biggest competitions in sport.
After a year like no other, BT Sport are bringing in 2021 with a bang.
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From New Year’s Day’s clash between Everton and West Ham to Tottenham v Liverpool, Southampton v Arsenal, Wolves v West Brom, Tottenham v Leeds and 14 other huge clashes from the Premier League BT Sport are showing every top-flight team in January.
Football’s oldest club competition is back in a big way on BT Sport this month too with 16 third-round ties from the FA Cup.
Starting with Aston Villa’s clash with Liverpool and Wolves v Crystal Palace on Friday 8 January, BT Sport are broadcasting half of the 32 third-round ties.
And there’s plenty of potential for giant killings as sixth-tier Chorley host Derby County, non-league Boreham Wood face Millwall and Blackpool host Premier League West Brom.
On top of that there’s some of the biggest matches from the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 including Borussia Dortmund’s trip to RB Leipzig and a battle of the new power and the old in France as Saint-Etienne play host to Paris Saint-Germain.
Plus there’s some of the biggest games in the National League and some of the biggest names in Italian football in action as AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, Napoli, Roma, Lazio and Fiorentina clash in the Coppa Italia.
There’s also a feast for rugby fans as usual on BT Sport, the home of European and English club rugby.
As usual, we are broadcasting every single clash from the Gallagher Premiership as the top flight heats up with two rounds of action featuring all the biggest names.
Two rounds from Europe’s elite rugby competition the Champions Cup dominates the final two weeks of January as all 24 games are broadcast exclusively live including Racing 92 v Harlequins, Exeter v Toulouse and Gloucester v Lyon.
In cricket, BT Sport are showing the remainder of the Australia v India and New Zealand v Pakistan test series as well as our continued coverage of the thrilling Big Bash League.
And for the wrestling fans, BT Sport remains the home of WWE action with Smackdown, Raw and NXT action as all your favourite superstars are in action this January.