Arsenal have recently been informed by the Premier League that four of their upcoming matches are to be televised by BT Sport and Sky Sports respectively.

The first of these four games will come on Sunday 14th February, the club’s official website has confirmed, as the Gunners gear up to face a huge clash against their fellow title hopefuls Leicester City, who currently sit in second place below them by just three goals. The kick-off at the Emirates has been moved forward a day to an earlier time of 12:00 BST and will be televised live on Sky Sports.

The second of the fixtures comes in the form of the highly anticipated reverse fixture between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane. This north London derby has all the makings to be a classic as Arsenal look to press on with their title charge and Spurs look to consolidate their position in the top four. The kick off on Saturday 5th March has been moved back to a 12:45 BST in order for BT Sport to televise the clash.

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Arsenal’s next televised fixture will come at a later time on Saturday 12 March, at 5:30 BST as they host West Brom at the Emirates. Sky Sports will be showing the Gunners against the Baggies in the evening as Arsene Wenger’s men will look to make the most of their home advantage, as they so often have done this season. However, the fixture’s date and timing is subject to change due to any potential commitments for either team in the FA Cup.

Lastly, Arsenal’s trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton on Saturday 19 March is also set to be televised by BT Sport at 12:45 BST. The Gunners’ trips to the Toffees are widely renowned for being thrilling games and Arsenal will hope that they can come away with another all important victory.

All fixtures are, however, subject to change depending on potentially arising circumstances surrounding either Arsenal or their upcoming opponents.