UK Best Bet Betting and Poker Forum
The live televised Barclays Premier League matches for December and the Christmas period have been selected.
Thirty matches have been changed in the latest round of amendments to the fixture list. Most of these alterations are due to the broadcast selections for Sky Sports and ESPN, while others matches have been moved as a result of clubs' participation in the Europa League.
December gets underway with Chelsea's trip to Newcastle United on Saturday 3rd. Originally due to kick-off at 3pm, the match will now get underway at 12.45pm and will been shown live on Sky Sports.
Later that day, Aston Villa and Manchester United will be screened live on ESPN, with their match kicking-off at the new time of 5.30pm.
On Sunday 4th December, after Stoke City played in the Europa League on the preceding Thursday, they will face Everton at Goodison Park in a match originally scheduled to take place 24 hours earlier.
At Molineux, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sunderland go head-to-head in their televised match live on Sky, which gets under way at 4pm.double-header
Monday Night Football returns to Sky Sports on 5th December, when Fulham host Liverpool at Craven Cottage, kicking off at 8pm.
The following weekend, Sunderland host Blackburn Rovers at the Stadium of Light on Sunday 11th December, which the match scheduled to be shown on Sky Sports from 1.30pm.
Later that afternoon, Sky Sports complete a double-header of Barclays Premier League action when Tottenham Hotspur travel to play Stoke, kicking off at 4pm.
On Monday 12th December, Chelsea host Manchester City at Stamford Bridge, with the 8pm match being screened live on Sky.
The following Saturday, ESPN will screen Wigan Athletic's match with Chelsea at the DW Stadium, kicking off at 5.30pm.
On Sunday 18th, Sky Sports viewers will be treated to a triple header of top-flight action as QPR host Manchester United (from 12pm), Aston Villa meet Liverpool (from 2.05pm) and Manchester City play Arsenal (from 4.10pm).head-to-head
Meanwhile, Tottenham's match with Sunderland, originally due to take place 24 hours earlier, will now be played on Sunday 18th December, from 3pm at White Hart Lane as a result of Spurs' participation in the Europa League.
Tuesday 20th December sees Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers go head-to-head at Ewood Park from 8pm, live on Sky Sports.
QPR's match with Sunderland, originally due to take place on the 20th, will now be played 24 hours later, as a result of the Black Cats' meeting with Tottenham on the 18th being rescheduled.
Also on Wednesday 21st, Liverpool travel to Wigan for an 8pm kick-off, in a match due to be shown live on Sky Sports.
The following day, Tottenham face Chelsea in an all-London match-up at White Hart Lane, with the meeting also been screened on Sky Sports.boxing day
On Boxing Day, Stoke face Aston Villa at 8pm live on Sky Sports, while Swansea City host QPR on 27th December, kicking off at 5pm.
Later, Norwich City play Spurs live on Sky Sports in a match that gets underway at 7.30pm.
On Friday 30th December, Liverpool host Newcastle at Anfield, with their 7.45 kick-off being shown on Sky Sports.
And on New Years' Eve, Manchester United entertain Blackburn at Old Trafford at 12.45pm live on ESPN.
The first televised match of 2012 sees West Brom go head to head with Everton on Sky Sports from 12.30pm on 1st January. The second televised match of the year follows closely behind as Sunderland host Manchester City, also live on Sky Sports from 3pm on New Year's Day.
Fulham face London rivals Arsenal on Monday 2nd January, with that Sky Sports match getting underway at 5.30pm.
The following day, Manchester City face Liverpool on Sky Sports, kicking off at 8pm. Sunderland's match at Wigan will also take place on Tuesday 3rd January, as a result of the Wearsiders' rearranged meeting with Manchester City the previous weekend and West Bromwich Albion now visit Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday 3rd January at 7.45pm because of the switch to their game against Everton.
Similarly Everton v Bolton Wanderers moves to Wednesday 4th January at 8pm with Newcastle hosting Manchester United at St James' Park live on Sky Sports on 4th January from 8pm. Courtesy of: premierleague.com