Premier League TV picks: BT Sport's December line up and festive fixtures including Boxing Day and New Year's Day crackers

Every team from the English top flight will be playing their part in an action-packed 28 days of football exclusively live on BT Sport.

By Ross Kelsall Published: 15 October 2021 - 4.26pm

We’re heading towards one of the most iconic periods in the English football calendar and BT Sport has got you covered.

Starting on Saturday 4 December we’ve got 15 exclusive Premier League matches coming your way, with Arsenal welcoming in 2022 against Manchester City.

In that time we’re showing all 10 fixtures from Matchday 17, meaning fans of every club can watch their stars in action on BT Sport!

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And that's not all, the final round of group stage fixtures from the Champions League will be shown live on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 December.

That is of course followed up by the Europa League and Europa Conference League the following night, with the knockout draws for all three competitions also coming your way before Christmas.

But for now, our attention is focussed on the Premier League games you can enjoy on BT Sport this December.

West Ham vs Chelsea

Date

Saturday 4 December

Time

12.30pm

Man City vs Wolves

Date

Saturday 11 December

Time

12.30pm

Fixture

Date

Time

West Ham vs Chelsea

Saturday 4 December

12.30pm

Man City vs Wolves

Saturday 11 December

12.30pm

It’s derby day at the London Stadium at the start of the month as David Moyes’ Hammers welcome title challengers Chelsea to town.

The Blues won both league meetings last season including a 1-0 away triumph for Thomas Tuchel’s men back in April, with Timo Werner scoring the winner.

The following week the champions are in action as Pep Guardiola’s side welcome Wolves to the Etihad in the first of three City games fans can enjoy across the month.

The champions are back in action just a few days later as part of a brilliant triple header on Tuesday 14 December, with rivals Manchester United taking on newly-promoted Brentford on the same night.

Brentford vs Man Utd

Date

Tuesday 14 December

Time

7.30pm

Norwich vs Aston Villa

Date

Tuesday 14 December

Time

7.45pm

Man City vs Leeds

Date

Tuesday 14 December

Time

8pm

Fixture

Date

Time

Brentford vs Man Utd

Tuesday 14 December

7.30pm

Norwich vs Aston Villa

Tuesday 14 December

7.45pm

Man City vs Leeds

Tuesday 14 December

8pm

There are five more Matchday 17 fixtures to enjoy the following day with some crunch fixtures for clubs in need of points at both ends of the table.

With Brighton vs Wolves, Crystal Palace vs Southampton and Burnley vs Watford all getting underway at the same time, it’s time to fire up the BT Sport app.

Using your mobile or tablet you can second screen any of those fixtures to make sure you can keep across all the goals as they go in.

After that, Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea welcome former Blues manager Rafa Benitez back to Stamford Bridge as his Everton side go in search of a victory on the road.

And that’s not all, West Ham face another tricky London derby when they travel to the Emirates Stadium to take on Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.

The Hammers finished above the Gunners for the first time since 1985-86 last season and picking up three points in north London would do their chances of securing another European adventure no harm at all.

Brighton vs Wolves

Date

Wednesday 15 December

Time

7.30pm

Crystal Palace vs Southampton

Date

Wednesday 15 December

Time

7.30pm

Burnley vs Watford

Date

Wednesday 15 December

Time

7.30pm

Chelsea vs Everton

Date

Wednesday 15 December

Time

7.45pm

Arsenal vs West Ham

Date

Wednesday 15 December

Time

8pm

Fixture

Date

Time

Brighton vs Wolves

Wednesday 15 December

7.30pm

Crystal Palace vs Southampton

Wednesday 15 December

7.30pm

Burnley vs Watford

Wednesday 15 December

7.30pm

Chelsea vs Everton

Wednesday 15 December

7.45pm

Arsenal vs West Ham

Wednesday 15 December

8pm

Our midweek coverage concludes with two more huge matches on Thursday night, with Leicester hosting Tottenham and Newcastle making the trip to Anfield.

Harry Kane has scored 15 goals in just 12 Premier League appearances against the Foxes and the England captain would love to continue that record.

And later that evening Liverpool play host to the Magpies in a fixture that always evokes memories of those 1990s goalfests.

Those days of high-octane attacking football, embodied by Jurgen Klopp's side, may well be heading back to Newcastle in the not too distant future with the January transfer window opening just weeks after this clash. 

Leicester vs Tottenham

Date

Thursday 16 December

Time

7.30pm

Liverpool vs Newcastle

Date

Thursday 16 December

Time

8pm

Fixture

Date

Time

Leicester vs Tottenham

Thursday 16 December

7.30pm

Liverpool vs Newcastle

Thursday 16 December

8pm

That’s not all you’ve got to look forward to on BT Sport, we still have three more live Premier League games subscribers can enjoy.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer welcomes Brighton to Old Trafford on the back of their midweek trip to the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday 18 December.

Before we’re back to Anfield on Boxing Day in what should be one of the most entertaining games of the season when Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds are in town.

And two coaches inspired by the Argentine meet on New Year’s Day with Arteta welcomes former mentor Guardiola to north London.

City triumphed 5-0 in the reverse fixture early in the season and the Gunners will be out to start 2022 in style and exact revenge against the champions.

Man Utd v Brighton

Date

Saturday 18 December

Time

12.30pm

Liverpool vs Leeds

Date

Sunday 26 December

Time

12.30pm

Arsenal vs Man City

Date

Saturday 1 January

Time

12.30pm

Fixture

Date

Time

Man Utd v Brighton

Saturday 18 December

12.30pm

Liverpool vs Leeds

Sunday 26 December

12.30pm

Arsenal vs Man City

Saturday 1 January

12.30pm