The race for the title and for survival will be well covered with BT Sport and Sky revealing the games they are showing as the season reaches its conclusion.

BT Sport's fixtures include the midweek, table-topping clash between Chelsea and Manchester City on April 6.

Meanwhile, its rival Sky has games including the Merseyside derby on April 1 and Chelsea's trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on April 16.

Bruce Cuthbert, commercial director BT Sport, said: "As the year's major competitions begin to reach their conclusion, April's busy footballing schedule should prove pivotal to all football teams in the Premier League, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and Emirates FA Cup."

David Rey, managing director of Sky Business, said: "With battles like Arsenal v Manchester City, Manchester United v Chelsea and Tottenham v Arsenal lined up, landlords will be given plenty of opportunities to fill their venues across the whole month."

 

 

BT Sport Premier League Games in April

Saturday April 1        Southampton v Bournemouth, 5.30pm
Tuesday April 4         Man Utd v Everton, 8pm
Wednesday April 5     Chelsea v Manchester City, 8pm
Saturday April 8        Bournemouth v Chelsea, 5.30pm
Saturday April 15      Southampton v Manchester City, 5.30pm
Saturday April 29      Crystal Palace v Burnley, 5.30pm
Saturday April 30      Man Utd v Swansea City, noon

 

 

Sky Sports Premier League Games

Saturday April 1          Liverpool v Everton, 12.30pm
Sunday April 2            Swansea v Middlesbrough, 1.30pm
Sunday April 2            Arsenal v Man City, 4pm
Saturday April 8          Spurs v Watford, 12.30pm
Sunday April 9            Sunderland v Man Utd, 1.30pm
Sunday April 9            Everton v Leicester City, 4pm
Monday April 10          Crystal Palace v Arsenal, 8pm
Saturday April 15        Spurs v Bournemouth, 12.30pm
Sunday April 16          West Brom v Liverpool, 1.30pm
Sunday April 16          Man Utd v Chelsea, 4pm
Monday April 17          Middlesborough v Arsenal, 8pm
Saturday April 22        Man City v West Brom, 12.30pm
Sunday April 23          Leicester v Spurs, noon
Sunday April 23          Chelsea v Southampton, 2.15pm
Sunday April 23          Burnley v Man Utd, 2.15pm
Sunday April 23          Liverpool v Crystal Palace, 4.30pm
Sunday April 23          Everton v Chelsea, 2.05pm
Sunday April 30          Spurs v Arsenal, 4.30pm
Monday May 1            Watford v Liverpool, 8pm