Premier League have confirmed broadcast picks across Sky Sports and BT Sport for January 2023.
Broadcast fixtures for the first matchweek of January have been confirmed already as part of last month’s festive selection announcement, with Sky stripping four matches across four evenings – including Manchester City and Newcastle’s trips to Chelsea and Arsenal respectively.
Across the two middle weekends of January either side of Third and Fourth Rounds of Emirates FA Cup, Sky will televise eight matches in total across both weekends, including the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal on Sunday 15 January at 4:30pm GMT UK Time.
Man Utd’s trip to league leaders, Arsenal will take place on Sunday 22 January in front of Sky cameras at the Emirates Stadium, with kick-off confirmed for 4:30pm GMT.
Leeds’ away trip to Aston Villa on 13 January and home clash against Brentford on 22 January have also been chosen for live broadcast, with kick-off times confirmed for 8pm and 2pm respectively.
Sky will also televise Fulham’s trip to Newcastle on 15 January and the Cottagers’ cross-London derby against Tottenham on 23 January, whilst Newcastle’s trip to Crystal Palace will be aired at 5:30pm on 21 January.
BT meanwhile will televise Manchester United’s local clash against Manchester City at Old Trafford on Saturday 14 January, although the fixture will be played at 12pm on Sunday 15 January if either team feature in Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals the preceding Thursday.
Chelsea’s trip to Liverpool at Anfield will be broadcast at 12:30pm GMT on Saturday 21 January.
Here is the full list of matches selected for live broadcast between 26 December 2022 – 23 January 2023.
|Monday 26 December||Brentford v Tottenham||Amazon||12:30pm|
|Monday 26 December||Crystal Palace v Fulham||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Everton v Wolves||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Leicester v Newcastle||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Southampton v Brighton||Amazon||3:00pm|
|Monday 26 December||Aston Villa v Liverpool||Amazon||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Arsenal v West Ham||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Chelsea v Bournemouth||Amazon||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 27 December||Man Utd v Nottingham Forest||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 28 December||Leeds v Man City||Amazon||8:00pm|
|Friday 30 December||Liverpool v Leicester||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Saturday 31 December||Wolves v Man Utd||BT Sport||12:30pm|
|Saturday 31 December||Brighton v Arsenal||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Sunday 1 January||Tottenham v Aston Villa||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 1 January||Nottingham Forest v Chelsea||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Monday 2 January||Brentford v Liverpool||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Tuesday 3 January||Arsenal v Newcastle||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 4 January||Crystal Palace v Tottenham||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Thursday 5 January||Chelsea v Manchester City||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Friday 13 January||Aston Villa v Leeds||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
|Saturday 14 January||Man Utd v Man City||BT Sport||12:30pm*|
|Saturday 14 January||Brentford v Bournemouth||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Sunday 15 January||Newcastle vs Fulham||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 15 January||Tottenham vs Arsenal||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Saturday 21 January||Liverpool v Chelsea||BT Sport||12:30pm|
|Saturday 21 January||Crystal Palace v Newcastle||Sky Sports||5:30pm|
|Sunday 22 January||Leeds v Brentford||Sky Sports||2:00pm|
|Sunday 22 January||Arsenal v Man Utd||Sky Sports||4:30pm|
|Monday 23 January||Fulham v Tottenham||Sky Sports||8:00pm|
*Fixture will move to 12pm on Sunday 15 January if either team is involved in Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals the preceding Thursday.