Arguably, the biggest impact saw the debut of video assistant referring VAR which has already generated some controversy. A new eagerly anticipated footie season presents TV rights holders with an opportunity to be novel and bring new features to market.
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Manchester City then welcome Dynamo Kiev to the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday 15 March in a comfortable position after a convincing win in Ukraine, before Arsenal travel to the reigning champions Barcelona the next day for a tough battle in turning around a loss at home.|
|Premier League rights sold to BT and BSkyB for £3bn||Some public houses install foreign satellite television decoders hardware to enable customers to watch live Premier League games in their establishment.|
|BT Sport Add Another Live Game To The Schedule||United are out for revenge after a defeat by West Ham in the reverse fixture - a match that was also broadcast live on BT Sport.|
|Is there a live stream?||BSkyB will continue to show the bulk of games, securing the rights to games per season, the Premier League said. What recession?|
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Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A feast of Premier League football will be available to supporters in April, as the title race, battle for Champions League football and the relegation fight all edge towards their conclusion.
A total of 21 top-flight matches will be shown by Sky Sports, with a further three picked up by BT Sport - taking the total tally of live Premier League football in April standing at a staggering 36 hours!
Title-chasers Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will feature in every weekend during the month on Sky, who will also be showing all of the top six on two of the four weekends.
Manchester City and Manchester United are the two teams televised the most, with five games each, while Fulham are the only Premier League side not to be on TV during April.
All the televised fixtures for April can be found below but are subject to change.
All times are GMT.