Sky Sports will show a number of key Premier League matches as part of its extensive April lineup.
With around 6 different teams currently vying for a precious top-4 position, the end of the season will prove vital in deciding who goes to Europe and who misses out.
Sky Sports has already shown 13 matches between the top 6, with the other 3 only being available via Sky Sports.
Liverpool and Everton kick off April in a tie that’s always hotly contested, but this season is even more so due to Everton’s superb run of form meaning they could easily find themselves above their Merseyside rivals by the end.
Super Sunday on the 2nd of April sees Arsenal clash with Manchester City, with both teams looking to finish in the top 4 in order to gain a Champions League spot.
Tottenham will also be featuring as part of the April Premier League lineup, with the club looking to once again snatch a top 4 spot behind a dominant Chelsea.
The fellow London club are the team to beat this season, with the Blues currently 10 points ahead at the top with little looking to slow them down. They’ll play both Manchester United and Everton in two games that surely can’t be missed.
Head of Football at Sky Sports, Gary Hughes, said that Sky Sports was the place to be at the end of the season.
“Sky Sports is the place to see the remaining big fixtures as the Premier League heads towards its dramatic conclusion. There is so much still to play for at both ends of the table and we will be there every step of the way.”
Sky Sports will show 18 Premier League matches in April overall, with highlights and goals available via the Sky Sports Football Score Centre app.
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