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April fixture focus: A decisive month at both ends of the Premier League table

By MA Editorial

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All four of champions in waiting Manchster City's Premier League fixtures in April will be broadcast live on Sky Sports
All four of champions in waiting Manchster City's Premier League fixtures in April will be broadcast live on Sky Sports
Sky Sports will be the only place to see the story of the Premier League unfold, from the potential crowning of the champions to the battle for European places and the scramble among teams looking to avoid relegation.

Throughout April, every Manchester City match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. This means that if – and most likely when – City win the league in April, the only place to watch it live will be on Sky Sports.

It’s sweepstake season with The Masters golf at Augusta and The Grand National horse racing, offering customers a wealth of iconic sport and the chance to line their pockets in the process.

The Formula 1 season continues as drivers take to the track in Bahrain, China and Azerbaijan this April, with Lewis Hamilton looking to fend off the challenge of rivals old and new as he defends his world title.

Here’s a guide to all the action across Sky channels – and terrestrial TV – this month.

The top live sports and where to watch them in April:

Sunday 1 April

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur

Premier League, 3.30pm

Thursday 5 April

The Masters

Concluding with one of the most iconic and exciting days in individual professional golf, Sky Sports broadcasts The Masters live from Augusta this April.

Live golf, 7pm

Masters

 

Friday 6 April

The Masters

Live golf, 7pm

 

Every Manchester City game broadcast live

Sky Sports is broadcasting all of Manchester City’s Premier League matches in April starting with the Manchester derby on 7 April and then the games against Tottenham, Swansea and West Ham

Saturday 7 April

Manchester City v Manchester United

Champions-elect on the blue side of the city host bitter rivals United. 

Premier League 5.15pm

Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying

Formula 1, 4pm

The Masters

Live golf, 7pm

 

Sunday 8 April

Everton v Liverpool

Premier League, 1pm

 

Chelsea v West Ham

This London derby sees the visitors desperately needing a result as relegation fears loom.

Premier League, 4.15pm

 

Bahrain Grand Prix Race

Formula 1, 4.10pm

 

The Masters 

Live golf, 6pm

 

Saturday 14 April

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

Premier League, 7.45pm

Citeh

 

Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying

Formula 1, 7am

 

The Grand National

Probably the most popular jump race on the calendar as the country’s best riders look to navigate the 30 fences at Liverpool’s Aintree racecourse.

Horse racing 5.15pm

 

Sunday 15 April

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Birmingham City

High-flyers Wolves face lowly Birmingham.

Championship, 12noon

 

Newcastle United v Arsenal

Premier League 1.30pm

 

Chinese Grand Prix Race

Formula 1, 7.10am

Saturday 21 April

Cardiff City v Nottingham Forest

Neil Warnock has been performing miracles with Cardiff so far this season as they seek promotion. Can Forest put a spanner in the works?

Championship, 7.45pm

 

Amir Khan v Phil Lo Greco

In his first bout since a knockout loss to Mexican Saul Alvarez in May 2016 and a stint on I’m A Celebrity: Get Me Out Of Here​ Amir Khan takes on trash talking Canadian Phil Lo Greco.

Boxing

amir

 

Sunday 22 April

Liverpool v West Brom

West Brom are facing relegation so will need to produce something special to beat silky and free-scoring Liverpool

Premier League, 2.15pm

 

Manchester City v Swansea

Premier League, 4.30pm

 

Monday 23 April

Arsenal v West Ham

Premier League 8pm

 

Saturday 28 April

Liverpool v Stoke

Premier League, 12.30pm

 

Azerbaijan Grand Prix Qualifying

Formula 1, 2pm

 

Sunday 29 April

West Ham v Manchester City

Premier League, 2.15pm

 

Manchester United v Arsenal

Premier League, 4.30pm

 

Azerbaijan Grand Prix Race

Formula 1, 1.10pm

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Summer specials

Looking further ahead, there’s an irresistible line-up this summer on Sky Sports – all designed to pull in the pub customer and leave licensees to pull the pints! The line-up of summer specials includes: England’s rugby tour to South Africa; England v Pakistan Test Series, England v India Test Series and ODI series against Australia cricket; EFL football play-offs; The Open golf; the British Grand Prix and the Ryder Cup, which, combined with the World Cup, will be a recipe for success
for licensees.

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