A week of Premier League fixtures on BT Sport continues tonight with another five games to savour including Manchester United’s return to action.
The Red Devils can retake pole position in the title race with a win over Sheffield United, but noisy neighbours Manchester City won’t be going away any time soon following another resounding win last night.
Elsewhere, Thomas Tuchel takes charge of Chelsea for the first time since Frank Lampard’s dismissal as Blues boss. The German coach faces Wolves in his opening clash.
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Everton and Leicester go head-to-head in a battle between two sides with Europe on the brain while Brighton and Fulham face each other at the other of the table.
Games across all competitions will continue to be shown across Sky Sports and BT Sport platforms, while Amazon Prime Video boasts occasional games throughout the season.
Check out your guide to the best football matches on TV today and for the rest of the week.
Wednesday 27th January
Selected key matches on TV.
Thursday 28th January
Tottenham v Liverpool (8pm) BT Sport
Friday 29th January
Saturday 30th January
Everton v Newcastle (12:30pm) BT Sport
West Brom v Fulham (3pm) BBC – FREE TO AIR
Copa Libertadores final
Palmeiras v Santos (8pm) BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / BBC Sport website
Sunday 31st January
Chelsea v Burnley (12pm) BT Sport
Monday 1st February
Tuesday 2nd February
Sheffield United v West Brom (6pm) BT Sport
Wolves v Arsenal (6pm) BT Sport
Newcastle v Crystal Palace (8:15pm) BT Sport
Man Utd v Southampton (8:15pm) BT Sport
For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures on TV guide.
If you’re looking for something else to watch check out our TV Guide.