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Premier League fixtures on TV this weekend: Which channel and how to live stream football online

Tom Doyle
·1-min read
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The Premier League’s relentless pace continues with another full round of fixtures this weekend following another round of midweek drama - and you can watch every game live.

All eyes will be on Sunday’s Manchester derby: Man City look near-certainties for the title given their 14-point lead over rivals United, but the Red Devils need a result with the top four race likely to go to the wire.

Arsenal kick off the weekend with a trip to Burnley on Saturday, with three other games - Sheffield United vs Southampton, Aston Villa vs Wolves and Brighton vs Leicester City - rounding off the day.

Four more matches arrive on Sunday: Newcastle head to West Brom; Fulham head to an out-of-sorts Liverpool; the Manchester derby is next, before Tottenham and Crystal Palace close out the evening with a London derby.

There are two more games on Monday with an in-form Chelsea hosting top four rivals Everton before Leeds and West Ham go head to head in east London.

Premier League fixtures on TV this weekend

(All kick-off times GMT)

Saturday, March 6, 2021

Burnley vs Arsenal (12:30pm) | BT Sport

Sheffield Utd vs Southampton (3pm) | Sky Sports

Aston Villa vs Wolves (5:30pm) | Sky Sports

Brighton vs Leicester City (8pm) | Sky Sports

Sunday, March 7, 2021

West Brom vs Newcastle (12pm) | Amazon Prime Video

Liverpool vs Fulham (2pm) | Sky Sports

Man City vs Manchester United (4:30pm) | Sky Sports

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace (7:15pm) | Sky Sports

Monday, March 8, 2021

Chelsea vs Everton (6pm) | BT Sport

West Ham vs Leeds (8pm) | Sky Sports

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