Sky Sports has added seven live Barclays Premier League matches to its New Year schedule including the first meeting of Jurgen Klopp and Louis van Gaal at Anfield.

As the season passes the halfway stage, Sky Sports brings even more of the biggest games as Liverpool go head to head with Man Utd, while Chelsea visit London rivals Arsenal in the first month of 2016.

The matches are part of an unrivalled schedule of sport through the festive period and into 2016, with live England Test Cricket from South Africa, William Hill World Championship Darts on the recently announced Sky Sports Darts channel, and Capital One Cup semi-finals.

Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: “Sky Sports has shown the biggest games in 2015, and we are starting as we mean to go on in 2016 with two huge Super Sundays from Anfield and the Emirates. It’s the time of year when we start to see a picture of who is in contention at both ends of the table and Sky Sports is the only place to see the full story of the Premier League.”

The live matches are part of 116 Premier League fixtures to be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports this season with unrivalled analysis from Thierry Henry, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness.

Sky Sports viewers are enjoying another huge season of live football, including 127 matches from Football League - more than ever before – 300 matches from La Liga, Capital One Cup, the climax of UEFA Euro 2016 qualification, action from Scotland in the SPFL and Scottish Cup, as well as MLS and Eredivisie.

Sky Sports will offer at least four more seasons of the Premier League, with 116 lives games this season increasing to 126 each term from the 2016/17 season.

Sky Sports live Premier League fixtures:


Manchester City v Liverpool, Sat 21 Nov, 5.30pm
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United, Sun 22 Nov, 4pm
Crystal Palace v Sunderland, Mon 23 Nov, 8pm
Leicester City v Manchester United, Sat 28 Nov, 5.30pm
West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion, Sun 29 Nov, 2.05pm
Norwich City v Arsenal, Sun 29 Nov, 4.15pm


Chelsea v Bournemouth, Sat 5 Dec, 5.30pm
Newcastle United v Liverpool, Sun 6 Dec, 4pm
Everton v Crystal Palace, Mon 7 Dec, 8pm
Bournemouth v Manchester United, Sat 12 Dec, 5.30pm
Aston Villa v Arsenal, Sun 13 Dec, 1.30pm
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United, Sun 13 Dec, 4pm
Leicester City v Chelsea, Mon 14 Dec, 8pm
Newcastle United v Aston Villa, Sat 19 Dec, 5.30pm
Watford v Liverpool, Sun 20 Dec, 1.30pm
Swansea City v West Ham United, Sun 20 Dec, 4pm
Arsenal v Manchester City, Mon 21 Dec, 8pm
Stoke City v Manchester United, Sat 26 Dec, 12.45pm
Sunderland v Liverpool, Wed 30 Dec, 7.45pm


Watford v Manchester City, Sat 2 Jan, 5.30pm
Crystal Palace v Chelsea, Sun 3 Jan, 1.30pm
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur, Sun 3 Jan, 4pm
Aston Villa v Leicester City, Sat 16 Jan, 5.30pm
Liverpool v Manchester United, Sun 17 Jan, 2.05pm
Stoke City v Arsenal, Sun 17 Jan, 4.15pm
Swansea City v Watford, Mon 18 Jan, 8pm*
West Ham United v Manchester City, Sat 23 Jan, 5.30pm
Everton v Swansea City, Sun 24 Jan, 1.30pm
Arsenal v Chelsea, Sun 24 Jan, 4pm

*This fixture will move to 12 noon Sunday 17 January if either team is involved in an FA Cup replay