The Premier League have confirmed which fixtures have been chosen for television coverage in December and January.

Everton have had six matches moved for TV schedules across the festive period, while eight of Liverpool’s games have also been re-scheduled.

This includes the 234th Merseyside Derby, which has been pushed back until 8:15pm on December 4, being streamed live for the first time on Amazon Prime.

Amazon agreed a three-year deal to stream 20 Premier League matches a season last summer, broadcasting a full round of midweek fixtures in early December followed by a full festive programme on Boxing Day.

Three days later, Everton’s clash with Chelsea at Goodison Park will be live on BT Sport at 12:30pm, while the fixture at Manchester United one week later has been pushed back until 2:00pm on Sunday 15th December.

Subsequent festive meetings with Arsenal and Manchester City on New Year’s Day have also been re-arranged.

Unai Emery’s Gunners will visit Goodison Park on Saturday 21st December at 12:30pm, while the Blues open 2020 with a trip to the Champions at 5:30pm.

Liverpool’s final Premier League fixture before jetting off to the FIFA Club World Cup will see Watford visit Anfield on Saturday 14th December at 12:30pm on BT Sport, while their Boxing Day fixture at Leicester City is now an 8:00pm kick-off.

The visit of Wolves on Sunday 29th December will be broadcast live on Sky at 2:00pm, while Jurgen Klopp’s men begin 2020 at Anfield against Sheffield United on Thursday 2nd January (kick-off 8:00pm).

Fixtures against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 11th January (5:30pm) and the home tie against Manchester United on Sunday 19th January (4:30pm) will also be broadcasted on Sky.

Finally, the Reds’ return fixture at Molineux against Wolves is scheduled for 8:00pm on Thursday 23rd January on BT Sport.

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