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Arsenal vs Manchester United among 2014 BT Sport fixtures

BT Sport to show Liverpool v Arsenal, Arsenal v Manchester United and Chelsea v Everton

BT Sport has today announced the live Barclays Premier League games it will show in February, which include four of the current top five teams as well as Manchester United.

The matches include the high profile clash at the Emirates between current Premier League leaders Arsenal and Manchester United on Wednesday February 12. Ten days later BT Sport brings viewers the fixture between Jose Mourinho’s title chasing Chelsea and Roberto Martinez’s fifth placed Everton at Stamford Bridge.

Everton’s Merseyside rivals Liverpool also feature on BT Sport in the mouthwatering match against high flying Arsenal on Saturday February 8 at Anfield.

The Liverpool v Arsenal and Arsenal v Manchester United matches on BT Sport will be the first time the Barclays Premier League fixtures have been shown live in the UK other than on Sky Sports.

“The top class games keep coming with BT Sport. We have some fabulous top flight live fixtures in February, with league leaders Arsenal taking on both Liverpool and Manchester United,” says Simon Green, director of BT Sport. “We also have what should a terrific match between second placed Chelsea and in-form Everton. Not forgetting, of course, the games at Upton Park and Cardiff. We promised BT Sport viewers top class football action and that’s exactly what we’re delivering.”

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