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New Years Day football fixtures on TV Premier League and Championship matches and full festive guide

, New Years Day football fixtures on TV  Premier League and Championship matches and full festive guide

A NEW YEAR, a new decade, but the football just keeps coming.

And what a way to kick off 2020 with Arsenal and Manchester United, two Premier League giants suffering difficult seasons, go face-to-face at the Emirates Stadium.

Mikel Arteta faces another test as Manchester United visit Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium

Carlo Ancelotti will also come up against former foe Pep Guardiola, having enjoyed a great start as the new Everton manager.

Championship sides will also be in action with fireworks expected between Millwall and Luton Town, along with a top of the table clash as West Brom welcome Leeds United to the Hawthorns.

Premier League New Year’s Day fixtures

Arsenal hosting Manchester United is the clear highlight to kick off 2020.

Carlo Ancelotti will come up against his old La Liga rival Pep Guardiola as Everton take on Manchester City.

That comes before Liverpool’s clash against Sheffield United on January 2.

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And you can watch every match live on BT Sport.

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  • Brighton vs Chelsea (12.30pm)
  • Burnley vs Aston Villa (12.30pm)
  • Newcastle vs Leicester City (3pm)
  • Watford vs Wolves (3pm)
  • Southampton vs Tottenham (3pm)
  • West Ham vs Bournemouth (5.30pm)
  • Manchester City vs Everton (5.30pm)
  • Norwich City vs Crystal Palace (5.30pm)
  • Arsenal vs Manchester United (8pm)
  • Liverpool vs Sheffield United (Thursday, January 2, 8pm)

Championship fixtures

The English second tier is also getting the New Year started in style with a rivalry for the ages in Millwall vs Luton Town.

That is followed by a top of the table clash as league leaders West Brom welcome second-placed Leeds United.

  • Millwall vs Luton Town (12.45pm) – Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Mix
  • QPR vs Cardiff City (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • Preston vs Middlesbrough (3pm)
  • Nottingham Forest vs Blackburn (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • Birmingham City vs Wigan Athletic (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • Huddersfield Town vs Stoke City (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • Sheffield Wednesday vs Hull City (3pm)
  • Bristol City vs Brentford (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • Fulham vs Reading (3pm) – Sky Sports Red Button
  • West Brom vs Leeds United (5.15pm) – Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Mix
  • Derby County vs Barnsley (Thursday, January 2, 7.45pm) – Sky Sports Main Event
  • Swansea City vs Charlton Athletic (Thursday, January 2, 7.45pm) – Sky Sports Football



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