Which Premier League games are on TV over Christmas and New Year?


    Martin Odegaard playing for Arsenal in the Premier League
    The Premier League is swinging back into action (Picture: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

    The Premier League is finally back on our screens after a six week pause whilst the World Cup was taking place in Qatar.

    The greatest league in the world resumes on Boxing Day, which kicks-off the traditional post-Christmas and New Year run of games.

    But which festive football fixtures will be on the box over the next couple of weeks?

    Here is the full Premier League TV schedule for Christmas and New Year.

    Premier League fixtures on TV over Christmas and New Year

    Premier League games on TV, December 26 – January 5:

    Monday, December 26

    • Brentford vs Tottenham (Prime Video, 12.30pm)
    • Crystal Palace vs Fulham (Prime Video, 3pm)
    • Everton vs Wolves (Prime Video, 3pm)
    • Leicester vs Newcastle (Prime Video, 3pm)
    • Southampton vs Brighton (Prime Video, 3pm)
    • Aston Villa vs Liverpool (Prime Video, 5.30pm)
    • Arsenal vs West Ham (Prime Video, 8pm)
    Mason Mount running with the ball whilst playing for Chelsea in the Premier League
    Chelsea will look to kick-on under manager Graham Potter (Picture: Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images)

    Tuesday, December 27

    • Chelsea vs Bournemouth (Prime Video, 5.30pm)
    • Manchester United vs Nottingham Forest (Prime Video, 8pm)

    Wednesday, December 28

    • Leeds vs Manchester City (Prime Video, 8pm)

    Friday, December 30

    • Liverpool vs Leicester (Sky Sports, 8pm)

    Saturday, December 31

    • Wolves vs Manchester United (BT Sport, 12.30pm)
    • Brighton vs Arsenal (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
    Raphael Varane playing for Manchester United in the Premier League
    Manchester United will be keen to make a push towards the top four (Picture: Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

    Sunday, January 1

    • Tottenham vs Aston Villa (Sky Sports, 2pm)
    • Nottingham Forest vs Chelsea (Sky Sports, 4.30pm)

    Monday, January 2

    • Brentford vs Liverpool (Sky Sports, 5.30pm)

    Tuesday, January 3

    • Arsenal vs Newcastle (Sky Sports, 7.45pm)

    Wednesday, January 4

    • Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (Sky Sports, 8pm)

    Thursday, January 5

    • Chelsea vs Manchester City (Sky Sports, 8pm)

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