Sky Sports will broadcast a total of four matches over the next three days as a round of Boxing Day Premier League fixtures take place.
Tottenham Hotspur host Southampton at Wembley from 12.30pm on Tuesday afternoon. This is followed by Swansea’s visit to Liverpool from 5.30pm.
A Special edition of Match of the Day will have highlights of these two matches as well as Bournemouth v West Ham United at Vitality Stadium, Huddersfield Town v Stoke City at John Smith’s Stadium, and West Bromwich Albion v Everton at The Hawthorns.
Gary Lineker, Danny Murphy and Kevin Kilbane will be live on BBC One from 10.45 on Tuesday night.
Wednesday evening sees Newcastle United host Manchester City at 8.00pm, and Arsenal travel to Crystal Palace on Thursday evening (8.00pm) in the final fixture of the week.
All four matches will be shown live on the Sky Sports Premier League channel and Sky Sports Main Event. The games will also be streamed live on Sky’s internet services, Now TV and Sky Go.
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton
12.00pm – Tues 26th Dec – Sky Sports Premier League – ko 12.30pm
Liverpool v Swansea City
5.15pm – Tues 26th Dec – Sky Sports Premier League – ko 5.30pm
BBC Match of the Day
10.45pm – Tues 26th Dec – BBC One
Newcastle United v Manchester City
7.30pm – Wed 27th Dec – Sky Sports Premier League – ko 8.00pm
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
7.30pm – Thur 28th Dec – Sky Sports Premier League – ko 8.00pm
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