January 28, 2022

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Premier League matches today and tonight

Premier League matches scheduled on TV and live on Sunday 26 December. Six matches are visible today on Sky, starting from Manchester City – Leicester at the age of 16.

Sunday 26 December: Matches Premier League Today on TV and live. This year the Boxing Day tradition really ticked the balance. Covid gallops in England, the Omicron variant makes life difficult for all of Europe. But in the end it was decided to move forward and in today’s matches there are not even restrictions on the stands. But two matches have already been postponed. Liverpool – Leeds – Wolverhampton – Watford will not play today. But despite this, the program is exceptional. Because today’s Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham will take the field anyway.

Boxing Day on TV today: Premier League matches on Sky

On December 26, the Premier program will also start on TV at 4pm when Manchester City and Leicester take the field, a match that will be broadcast on Sky Sport Football (Channel 203) with Nicola Ruggiero commentary. At the same time, “Direct Goal Premier League” will be broadcast on Sky Sport Uno (Channel 201), which includes watching four matches, in addition to watching the leaders City, and it will be possible to follow Tottenham Crystal Palace, West Ham – Southampton, and Burnley – Everton.

While at 18.30 on Sky Sport Uno (Channel 201) and Sky Sport Football (Channel 203) with Federico Zancan commentary it will be possible to follow Aston Villa-Chelsea. On the 21st, today’s program will be completed with the match between Brighton and Brentford, commented Massimo Marianela. Meetings can also be followed via broadcasts via Sky Go and Now.

  • Raw 16 – Manchester City – Leicester, Sky
  • 4 p.m. – Live goal, Sky
  • 18.30 – Aston Villa – Chelsea, the sky
  • Raw 21 – Brighton Brentford, Sky

Upcoming Premier League matches: schedule and TV schedules

The nineteenth day of the English Premier League will end on Monday evening with the Newcastle-Manchester United match, which will be played on Monday, December 27 at 21, and the twentieth day will start immediately, until Tuesday, December 28, with the match between Arsenal and Wolverhampton, on the pitch at 13.30. Then at sixteen there will be many matches including Southampton and Tottenham.

  • Monday December 27, 9pm – Newcastle – Manchester United
  • Tuesday 28th December at 1.30pm – Arsenal – Wolverhampton
  • Tuesday 28th December at 4pm – Southampton – Tottenham