The current top six – Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Man U – all feature in front of the Sky cameras during February as the competition heats up.
Leaders Liverpool have televised Saturday Night Football trips to Norwich (February 15th) and Watford (February 29th) to look forward to as well as a Monday Night Football clash with West Ham at Anfield (February 24th).
Pep Guardiola’s side travel to Tottenham on Sunday February 2nd and take on their current closest rivals Leicester at the King Power Stadium on February 22nd.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United kick off February on Sky Sports by hosting Wolves (Saturday February 1st) while Arsenal travel to Burnley on the first Super Sunday of the month.
The Premier League fixtures will be split across the weekends of February 8th/9th and 15th/16th as the competition takes its first Winter break.
Latest confirmed Premier League games live on Sky
Sat Feb 1st: Man Utd vs Wolves (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 2nd: Burnley vs Arsenal (2pm)
Sun Feb 2nd: Tottenham vs Man City (4.30pm)
Sun Feb 9th: Man City vs West Ham (4.30pm)
Sat Feb 15th: Norwich City vs Liverpool (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 16th: Aston Villa vs Tottenham (2pm)
Sun Feb 11th: Arsenal vs Newcastle (4.30pm)
Mon Feb 17th: Chelsea vs Man Utd (8pm)
Sat Feb 22nd: Leicester vs Man City (5.30pm)
Sun Feb 23rd: Arsenal vs Everton (4.30pm)
Mon Feb 24th: Liverpool vs West Ham (8pm)
Fri Feb 28th: Norwich vs Leicester (8pm)*
Sat Feb 29th: Watford vs Liverpool (5.30pm)
Sun Mar 1st: Man City vs Arsenal (2pm)**
Sun Mar 1st: Everton vs Man Utd (2pm)**
* subject to Leicester’s possible participation in the EFL Cup final
** subject to EFL Cup final