Premier League champions City host rivals Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium live on Saturday Night Football on December 7th, with the iconic derby taking place hours before Anthony Joshua’s Sky Sports Box Office world heavyweight title rematch against Andy Ruiz.
United and City are back on Super Sunday the following weekend with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side hosting Everton at Old Trafford on December 15th before Pep Guardiola takes his team to Arsenal.
The first M23 derby of the season gets the Monday Night Football treatment on December 16th as Crystal Palace host rivals Brighton and then attention turns to the final round of fixtures before Christmas.
Champions Manchester City host Leicester on Saturday Night Football on December 21st before Manchester United travel to Watford and Spurs entertain London rivals Chelsea in a Super Sunday festive double-header on December 22nd.
Sky’s live Premier League games over the festive period include:-
Saturday 7th December – Manchester City v Manchester United – 5.30pm
Sunday 8th December – Aston Villa v Leicester City – 2.00pm
Sunday 8th December – Brighton v Wolves – 4.30pm
Monday 9th December – West Ham v Arsenal – 8.00pm
Saturday 14thDecember – Southampton v West Ham – 5.30pm
Sunday 15th December – Manchester United v Everton – 2.00pm
Sunday 15th December – Arsenal v Manchester City – 4.30pm
Monday 16th December – Crystal Palace v Brighton – 8.00pm
Saturday 21st December – Manchester City v Leicester – 5.30pm
Sunday 22nd December – Watford v Manchester United – 2.00pm
Sunday 22nd December – Tottenham v Chelsea – 4.30pm
Saturday 28th December – Brighton v Bournemouth – 12.30pm
Saturday 28th December – Norwich v Tottenham – 5.30pm
Sunday 29th December – Arsenal v Chelsea – 2.00pm
Sunday 29th December – Liverpool v Wolves – 2.00pm
Friday 10th January – Sheffield Utd v West Ham – 8.00pm
Saturday 11th January – Tottenham v Liverpool – 5.30pm
Sunday 12th January – Bournemouth v Watford – 2.00pm
Sunday 12th January – Aston Villa v Manchester City – 4.30pm
Saturday 18th January – Newcastle Utd v Chelsea – 5.30pm
Sunday 19th January – Burnley v Leicester – 2.00pm
Sunday 19th January – Liverpool v Manchester United – 4.30pm.