Liverpool v Arsenal to be shown live on BT Sport in January

Liverpool's clash with Arsenal at Anfield on 13 January will be shown on BT Sport as broadcaster announces live games

Liverpool’s Premier League showdown with Arsenal at Anfield will be shown live on BT Sport on 13 January, the broadcaster has confirmed.

Five top-flight games will be shown in January, starting with West Ham United v Liverpool on the opening January weekend, followed by Newcastle United against Manchester United at St James’ Park on Tuesday 12 January.

The following night, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool take on Arsenal, who are chasing their first Premier League title since 2003-04. Arsenal have impressed fans and pundits alike this season.

White Hart Lane is the next destination for BT Sport on Saturday 16 January for Tottenham Hotspur’s clash with Sam Allardyce’s Sunderland. The match will kick off at 12:45 GMT, with the home side chasing more European football while Sunderland may still be hoping to escape the bottom three.

BT Sport’s final Premier League match in the month will be on Saturday 23 January, with Norwich City taking on Liverpool at Carrow Road at 12:45 GMT. The home side will be hoping to reverse recent fortunes against their opposition as they haven’t beaten them since the 1993-94 season, although they did manage a draw earlier this season at Anfield.

BT Sport: Live Premier League games in January

West Ham v Liverpool – Saturday 2 Jan – 12:45
Newcastle v Man United – Tuesday 12 Jan – 19:45
Liverpool v Arsenal – Wednesday 13 Jan – 20:00
Tottenham v Sunderland – Saturday 16 Jan – 12:45
Norwich v Liverpool – Saturday 23 Jan – 12:45

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “January will be an exciting month for BT Sport viewers with teams fighting for their position at the top of the Premier League, as well as the third and fourth Rounds of the FA Cup, and all of this ahead of the Champions League and Europa League knock-out stages starting in February.”

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