Premier League TV games: BT Sport announces eight matches in March including huge triple-header

Leaders Man City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal are all in action on BT Sport in March. Don’t forget, every Premier League match all season is available to watch on BT TV.

Published: 24 February 2021 - 5.57pm

BT Sport will show eight Premier League matches exclusively live in March, including an unmissable triple-header over three days.

Runaway league leaders Man City will be in action as well as a resurgent Chelsea, Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton.

BT Sport’s Premier League matches in March:

Man City begin BT Sport’s coverage in March when they look to take one step closer to a third league title in four seasons against Wolves at the Etihad Stadium.

There is an air of invincibility about Pep Guardiola’s side while Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have struggled since talisman Raul Jimenez sustained a traumatic head injury in December.

The next day, bottom club Sheffield United entertain Aston Villa in a must-win for Chris Wilder’s side.

The Blades have failed to replicate last season’s form and must pull off a miraculous recovery act to retain their top-flight status.

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Conversely, Villa have enjoyed a hugely impressive season under Dean Smith after narrowly avoiding relegation last term.

Spearheaded by Jack Grealish, the Villans have one eye on European qualification and will be looking to bolster their credentials by completing the double over Sheffield United.

An unmissable triple-header concludes in West London where Fulham host Tottenham at Craven Cottage.

Scott Parker’s Cottagers have shown signs of life after a torrid start to life back in the Premier League and they will be targeting an invaluable win in their bid to avoid the drop against a Tottenham side who have come off the boil under Mourinho.

Two days later, Burnley play host to Arsenal at Turf Moor. The Clarets could still be drawn into a relegation scrap despite a slight upturn in form, while Arteta’s side desperately need wins to keep their European hopes alive.

In a hugely consequential match in the race for Europe, Chelsea welcome Everton to Stamford Bridge on Monday 8 March.

Our coverage continues on Friday 12 March as struggling Newcastle United look to re-ignite their survival mission at home to Dean Smith's Aston Villa.

Tuchel’s men are in action again on Saturday 13 March in the first part of a double header on BT Sport as they travel to Leeds in what promises to be a fiery encounter before runaway leaders City visit the capital to face Scott Parker's Fulham.

Check out which games from the English top flight are coming your way in February on BT Sport.