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Sky Sports will be the place to watch all the stories as the Barclays Premier League moves into its crucial final period with 50 games between now and the end of the season.

Sky Sports has added a further seven live games in March, and across the final eight rounds of fixtures there will be at least three games a weekend as the action comes thick and fast.

Liverpool welcomes Manchester United to Anfield on Sunday 22 March, a pivotal encounter for both sides as Brendan Rodgers seeks to reverse the 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford in December.

Earlier in the month reigning champions Manchester City travel the short distance to Turf Moor for Saturday Night Football, facing a Burnley side that came from two goals down to claim a point at the Etihad in December.

The following day Chelsea face a Southampton team that has proved with recent wins over Arsenal and Manchester United an intent to fight for a place in the top four. Immediately afterwards, Manchester United host Tottenham Hotspur as the battle for the top positions heats up.

Sky Sports head of football, Gary Hughes said: “Players always refer to March and April as the months when teams make their move, and when they do that Sky Sports will have it covered.

“With 50 games still to come this season on Sky Sports we know that the defining moments will be on our screens. We have some fantastic fixtures in the Merseyside derby and Manchester United going to Anfield to name just two. There are many more to come before the end of the season.”

Sky Sports viewers are then set for 30 more live games in the final two months of the season. As the season reaches its climax, Sky Sports will be the home of more than three quarters of all live televised fixtures over the remainder of the season.

Newly announced fixtures:

Burnley v Manchester City Sat 14 Mar 5.30pm
Chelsea v Southampton Sun 15 Mar 1.30pm
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 15 Mar 4pm
Swansea City v Liverpool Mon 16 Mar 8pm
West Ham United v Sunderland Sat 21 Mar 5.30pm
Liverpool v Manchester United Sun 22 Mar 1.30pm
Hull City v Chelsea Sun 22 Mar 4pm

The full schedule between now and April is as follows:

January
Chelsea v Manchester City Sat 31 5.30pm

February
Arsenal v Aston Villa Sun 1 1.30pm
Southampton v Swansea City Sun 1 4pm
Everton v Liverpool Sat 7 5.30pm
Burnley v West Bromwich Albion Sun 8 12noon
Newcastle United v Stoke City Sun 8 2.05pm
West Ham United v Manchester United Sun 8 4.15pm
Manchester City v Newcastle United Sat 21 5.30pm
Everton v Leicester City Sun 22 2.05pm
Southampton v Liverpool Sun 22 4.15pm
West Ham United v Crystal Palace Sat 28 12.45pm
Leicester City v Chelsea Sat 28 5.30pm

March
Liverpool v Manchester City Sun 1 12noon
Burnley v Manchester City Sat 14 5.30pm
Chelsea v Southampton Sun 15 1.30pm
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 15 4pm
Swansea City v Liverpool Mon 16 8pm
West Ham United v Sunderland Sat 21 5.30pm
Liverpool v Manchester United Sun 22 1.30pm
Hull City v Chelsea Sun 22 4pm


To see all Sky Sports live Barclays Premier League fixtures click here