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Sky Sports in conjunction with the Barclays Premier League has made its selection of matches to be shown in February and March. These include the top-of-the table clash between Arsenal and Leicester City and the Manchester derby.

As the race for the title steps up a gear Sky Sports will show more matches featuring the League’s two leaders. Arsenal’s match against West Brom as well as Leicester City’s games against Watford and Newcastle United will also be shown live as part of a schedule of ten games selected for broadcast during March.

Hot on the heels of the top two teams Manchester City also feature: first away at Norwich City, and then at home to Manchester United when they will be hoping that victory over their local rivals will keep them in the thick of the title race.

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, Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness. A further 28 matches will be scheduled for broadcast between 20 March and the end of the season and will be announced in due course.

Sky Sports head of football Gary Hughes said: ”Sky Sports will continue to show every twist and turn of this incredible season. These matches ensure that our viewers will be able to follow all the drama as it unfolds at a critical time in the season for all teams in the Premier League.”

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

Sky Sports will show at least four more seasons of live Premier League with the number of live games increasing from 116 to 126 year from the 2016/17 season.

Sky Sports viewers can look forward to an unrivalled schedule of live sport in 2016 including all four of golf’s Majors for the first time, The Ryder Cup, the ICC World Twenty20, England rugby's tour of Australia and the ATP World Tour Finals.