Jam-packed February: BT Sport to show two more huge clashes in the Premier League as West Ham host Newcastle and Tottenham visit Leeds

West Ham v Newcastle and Leeds v Tottenham will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport, taking the total to 12 top-flight games in February.

Published: 31 December 2021 - 5.02pm

BT Sport will broadcast two more Premier League clashes in February that could have huge ramifications at both ends of the table.

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In addition to the midweek Premier League bonanza – with all games broadcast from Matchday 24 – BT Sport will show Newcastle’s trip to West Ham on Saturday 19 February and Leeds’ home clash with Tottenham on Saturday 26 February.

West Ham were flying high in the Champions League places before a recent dip in form saw them coming crashing back down to earth.

Premier League's February bonanza

BT Sport are showing 12 Premier League games across the month of February featuring all 10 from Matchday 24. Click here for the full Premier League TV schedule.

A win over lowly Newcastle is crucial if they are to maintain any hopes of qualifying for Europe’s elite competition.

Eddie Howe’s Newcastle need the points for extremely different reasons as they battle against the drop.

The newly-minted Magpies may be the richest club in world football but could be set for relegation unless they start picking up points and fast.

And the following Saturday, with both matches getting underway at 12.30pm, BT Sport are delighted to bring you a tantalising clash from Elland Road as Spurs visit Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds.

The Yorkshiremen are in trouble and with a mounting set of injury worries, are limping into the new year with a threadbare squad who are low on confidence.

Yet with the likes of Raphinha, Bielsa’s men still possess the sort of magic and boldness that sees them go toe-to-toe with the Premier League’s big boys.

Tottenham are hunting a Champions League place and a side who’ve been revitalised under Antonio Conte will hope to grab all three points when they make the trip north.