Premier League Week 25 Fixtures: Live Stream, TV Info and Predictions

Nick Akerman@NakermanFeatured ColumnistFebruary 3, 2014

Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny  fights for the ball with Liverpool's Luis Suárez, during their English Premier League soccer match, at the Emirates Stadium, in London, Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013. (AP Photo / Bogdan Maran)
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Premier League Week 25 is crammed with interesting fixtures, from top-of-the-table showdowns to relegation six-pointers.

Liverpool face Arsenal in a huge clash at Anfield, Tottenham welcome Everton, and Newcastle travel to Chelsea. Of course, there's also the small matter of the South Wales derby.

Here's a rundown of the full schedule, television listings and live stream information. Of course, we preview the weekend's biggest games directly afterward.

Premier League Week 25 Schedule & Predictions
FixtureDateTimeTV InfoPredictions
Liverpool vs. ArsenalFeb. 812:45 p.m. GMT/7:45 a.m. ETBT Sport2-2
Aston Villa vs. West HamFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET1-1
Chelsea vs. NewcastleFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET2-0
Crystal Palace vs. West BromFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET1-1
Norwich vs. Manchester CityFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET0-3
Southampton vs. Stoke CityFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET2-1
Sunderland vs. HullFeb. 83 p.m. GMT/10 a.m. ET2-1
Swansea vs. CardiffFeb. 85:30 p.m. GMT/12:30 p.m. ETSky Sports1-2
Tottenham vs. EvertonFeb. 91:30 p.m. GMT/8:30 a.m. ETSky Sports1-1
Manchester United vs. FulhamFeb. 94 p.m. GMT/11 a.m. ETSky Sports2-1

BT Sport subscribers can view the crucial Liverpool vs. Arsenal battle on the BT Sport app, which is compatible on both laptops and mobile devices.

U.K. viewers can watch Sky Sports’ live games on the Sky Player website or via Sky Go for laptops and mobile devices (subscription required). Live scores are also provided on Sky Sports News throughout each match.

All highlights are available without the need for subscription on Match of the Day (BBC One, Saturday) or Match of the Day 2 (BBC2, Sunday). The latter can be found on BBC iPlayer.


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Liverpool vs. Arsenal

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Brendan Rodgers has done an excellent job at Liverpool this season, but his side remain eight points behind Arsenal at the top. Defeat against the Gunners all but ends the Reds' chances of lifting the Premier League trophy.

Liverpool's recent inconsistency will have many fans worried. Premier League draws with Aston Villa and West Brom sandwiched the 4-0 thrashing of Everton, but Rodgers' team will need to up their game if they are going to challenge Arsene Wenger's visitors.

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge's combined total of 37 goals, per, ensures Liverpool will always have a chance against elite teams. They play the kind of fast-paced, attack-minded football that can put Arsenal onto the back foot, but Liverpool's passing was sloppy against the Baggies, as noted by OptaJoe:

They will need more rhythm if the Gunners midfield is to be overrun. Southampton pushed Arsenal to a 2-2 draw after matching their smart passing play while also opting to attack and not simply soak up pressure.

Liverpool have the tools to do the same, suggesting Wenger's men will need a huge performance to leave Anfield with all three points.


Swansea vs. Cardiff

CARDIFF, WALES - NOVEMBER 03:  Steven Caulker of Cardiff City rises highest to score their first goal with a header during the Barclays Premier League match between Cardiff City and Swansea City at Cardiff City Stadium on November 3, 2013 in Cardiff, Wale
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The Premier League's first South Wales derby ended 1-0 to Cardiff on Nov. 3. Steven Caulker, a former Swansea loanee, netted the winner to the delight of his new fans, while Michel Vorm received his marching orders for Michael Laudrup's team.

It was a feisty affair, but with both Welsh squads struggling to impress, the Liberty Stadium rerun is likely to be contested even more fiercely.

Swansea have won just a single game from their last 10, per, and currently sit uneasily on 24 points. Cardiff, who have performed excellently under the newly installed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, are in the relegation zone on 21 points.

This means the visitors can drag their local rivals into a bottom-of-the-table scrap with another win. Should Swansea snatch victory, the gap opens up. With so much to play for, expect a heated, emotional and fully committed contest from both sides.


Tottenham vs. Everton

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 01: Kevin Mirallas of Everton celebrates after scoring a goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Aston Villa at Goodison Park on February 1, 2014 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Paul Thomas/Getty Im
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The result of this match could have a huge say in how the Premier League table looks at the end of Week 25. Both Tottenham and Everton are battling for that final Champions League spot, and with Liverpool hosting Arsenal, this is the perfect opportunity to make up ground.

Everton are currently one point ahead of their upcoming North London opponents. The teams played out a bland 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Nov. 3, but there's far more up for grabs now.

Roberto Martinez's team showed resiliency when coming from behind to beat Aston Villa in their last match—especially after the recent derby drubbing. This is the tie that will decide whether they push on or falter across the remainder of the campaign.

HULL, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 01:  Paulinho (C) of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates scoring a goal with his team-mate Emmanuel Adebayor during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Tottenham Hotspur at KC Stadium on February 1, 2014 in Hull, Engl
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A win at White Hart Lane would put Everton four points ahead of Spurs and well within contention of grabbing fourth.

Although the likes of Christian Eriksen and Emmanuel Adebayor have provided Tim Sherwood's team with something to shout about in recent weeks, the 1-1 draw with Hull suggests any further slip-up could be fatal for the club from White Hart Lane.

The result of this one will be looked back on as a defining moment in the season for both teamsand potentially, the moment it all came crashing down.


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