Premier League midweek madness on BT Sport: Watch your team twice in 10 days in a jam-packed schedule of top-flight football

From Tuesday January 26 to Thursday February 4 BT Sport is showing live coverage of a whopping 22 Premier League games across 10 action-packed days

By Callum Davis Published: 25 January 2021 - 10.41am

BT Sport is showing 22 live games across a 10-day winter festival of football

Lockdown blues getting you down? Fear not, BT Sport is cooking up a jumbo platter of live Premier League action to help lift the nation's doom and gloom.

BT Sport is showing 22 live Premier League games across a 10-day winter festival of football as we approach the business end of a captivating title race.

We may only be in January, but this season's Premier League title race is already shaping up to be one of the most unpredictable in years, with six teams all in contention to win English football's greatest prize..

With just eight points separating Manchester United, Manchester City, Leicester City, Liverpool, Everton and Tottenham, we're set for a run-in to remember.

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As we prepare to enter the business end of the season, it's never been a better time to be a BT Sport subscriber with live coverage of an astonishing 22 games top-flight games across a jam-packed 10-day schedule. 

That means BT Sport subscribers can watch their team in action twice in 10 days as a remarkable Premier League season full of twists and turns shows no sign of letting up.

Our wall-to-wall coverage makes our BT Sport Monthly Pass the perfect alternative for non-subscribers.

Costing just £25 for 30-day access to BT Sport's live content, fans can watch all 22 games on our app and web player for a simple monthly fee and no contract.

With every team in action twice over 10 day period from January to February, it’s set to be a busy month of domestic action on BT Sport, with the Champions League and Europa League knockout stages also getting underway.

Read on for a full list of the fixtures we will broadcast, including information on how to watch every minute on BT Sport.

Newcastle v Leeds

Date

Tuesday 26January

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Crystal Palace v West Ham

Date

Tuesday 26 January

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Southampton v Arsenal

Date

Tuesday 2 February

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

West Brom v Man City

Date

Tuesday 26 January

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Chelsea v Wolves

Date

Wednesday 27 January

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Burnley v Aston Villa

Date

Wednesday 27 January

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Brighton v Fulham

Date

Wednesday 27 January

Time (kick-off)

7.15pm (7.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD

Man Utd v Sheffield Utd

Date

Wednesday 27 January

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Everton v Leicester City

Date

Wednesday 27 January

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Tottenham v Liverpool

Date

Thursday 28 January

Time (kick-off)

7pm (8pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Everton v Newcastle

Date

Saturday 30 January

Time (kick-off)

11.30am (12.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Chelsea v Burnley

Date

Saturday 31 January

Time (kick-off)

11.30am (12pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Fixture

Date

Time (kick-off)

Channel

Newcastle v Leeds

Tuesday 26January

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Crystal Palace v West Ham

Tuesday 26 January

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Southampton v Arsenal

Tuesday 2 February

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

West Brom v Man City

Tuesday 26 January

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Chelsea v Wolves

Wednesday 27 January

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Burnley v Aston Villa

Wednesday 27 January

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Brighton v Fulham

Wednesday 27 January

7.15pm (7.30pm)

BT Sport 3 HD

Man Utd v Sheffield Utd

Wednesday 27 January

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Everton v Leicester City

Wednesday 27 January

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Tottenham v Liverpool

Thursday 28 January

7pm (8pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Everton v Newcastle

Saturday 30 January

11.30am (12.30pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Chelsea v Burnley

Saturday 31 January

11.30am (12pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate


Our wall-to-wall coverage begins on Tuesday 26 January as Steve Bruce’s struggling Newcastle host Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds and Crystal Palace welcome West Ham to Selhurst Park for a London derby.

Later that night, Arsenal visit St Mary’s to take on Southampton and title contenders Man City travel to The Hawthorns to face Sam Allardyce’s West Brom.

There are five more exclusive offerings on Wednesday 27 January, beginning with Chelsea v Wolves and Burnley v Aston Villa.

Brighton host Fulham shortly before Man United host Sheffield United and Everton welcome Leicester to Goodison Park.

Matchday 20 concludes with a blockbuster meeting between Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham and defending champions Liverpool on Thursday 28 January in what promises to be an unmissable encounter.

Can Mourinho get one over Klopp and resuscitate Spurs’ stuttering title charge? Or will the Reds prove too hot to handle?

The other side of Merseyside are in action two days later as Everton meet Newcastle on Saturday 30 January, before Burnley's trip to Stamford Bridge in the final Premier League match of the month on BT Sport a day later.

The winter festival of top-flight action resumes two days later on Tuesday 2 February when Wolves meet Arsenal at Molineux and Sheffield United host West Brom.

Later that evening, Manchester United look to maintain their charge for a first title since 2013 against Southampton and Crystal Palace make the long trip north to face Newcastle at St James’ Park.

The next day, Burnley v Manchester City and Fulham v Leicester begin another unmissable evening of top-flight action.

Leeds host Everton in an intriguing match-up before Liverpool welcome Brighton to Anfield and Aston Villa play host to high-flying West Ham.

The bitter London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea rounds off our coverage of Matchday 22 on Thursday 4 February. After a bore draw in the reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge, expert fireworks in north London.

Wolves v Arsenal

Date

Tuesday 2 February

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Sheffield Utd v West Brom

Date

Tuesday 2 February

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Man Utd v Southampton

Date

Tuesday 2 February

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Newcastle v Crystal Palace

Date

Tuesday 2 February

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Burnley v Man City

Date

Wednesday 3 February

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Fulham v Leicester

Date

Wednesday 3 February

Time (kick-off)

5.30pm (6pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Leeds v Everton

Date

Wednesday 3 February

Time (kick-off)

7.15pm (7.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD

Liverpool v Brighton

Date

Wednesday 3 February

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Aston Villa v West Ham

Date

Wednesday 3 February

Time (kick-off)

8pm (8.15pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Tottenham v Chelsea

Date

Thursday 4 February

Time (kick-off)

7pm (8pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Fixture

Date

Time (kick-off)

Channel

Wolves v Arsenal

Tuesday 2 February

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Sheffield Utd v West Brom

Tuesday 2 February

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Man Utd v Southampton

Tuesday 2 February

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Newcastle v Crystal Palace

Tuesday 2 February

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Burnley v Man City

Wednesday 3 February

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Fulham v Leicester

Wednesday 3 February

5.30pm (6pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Leeds v Everton

Wednesday 3 February

7.15pm (7.30pm)

BT Sport 3 HD

Liverpool v Brighton

Wednesday 3 February

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Aston Villa v West Ham

Wednesday 3 February

8pm (8.15pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Tottenham v Chelsea

Thursday 4 February

7pm (8pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate


What if I can't watch live?

No problem. A highlights package of each clash will be made available to all shortly after the game on both the BT Sport app and bt.com/sport. We'll also publish in-game clips throughout the 90 minutes.

There will also be several opportunities to watch the match in full on TV and online after the event. For more information on the latest listings, check out our TV Guide.

What other live football does BT Sport show?

As ever, BT Sport is the only place in the UK where you can watch every single game from the knockout stages of the Champions League and Europa League.

We're also broadcasting FA Cup matches right through to the final, as well as the very best from the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, the German Cup and Coppa Italia.

For full details of BT Sport's upcoming live football schedule, check out our What's on BT Sport page.