Sky Sports will show 17 Premier League fixtures throughout April, including a record 16 matches involving teams that currently occupy the top six.
The broadcaster has also confirmed Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool's quests for the title can only be viewed live on Sky Sports throughout May, with a minimum of seven matches from the final two weeks of the season caressing our screens.
As reported by Sky Sports, here's a rundown of the confirmed fixtures:
|Chelsea vs. Stoke||Saturday, April 5||5:30 p.m. GMT/12:30 p.m. ET|
|Everton vs. Arsenal||Sunday, April 6||1:30 p.m. GMT/8:30 a.m. ET|
|West Ham vs. Liverpool||Sunday, April 6||4 p.m. GMT/11 a.m. ET|
|Tottenham vs. Sunderland||Monday, April 7||8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET|
|Arsenal vs. West Ham||Sunday, April 13||12 p.m. GMT/7 a.m. ET|
|Liverpool vs. Manchester City||Sunday, April 13||2:05 p.m. GMT/9:05 a.m. ET|
|Swansea vs. Chelsea||Sunday, April 13.||4:10 p.m. GMT/11:10 a.m. ET|
|Hull vs. Arsenal||Saturday, April 19||5:30 p.m. GMT/12:30 p.m. ET|
|Norwich vs. Liverpool||Sunday, April 20||12 p.m. GMT/7 a.m. ET|
|Chelsea vs. Sunderland||Sunday, April 20||2:05 p.m. GMT/9:05 a.m. ET|
|Everton vs. Manchester United||Sunday, April 20||4:10 p.m. GMT/11:10 a.m. ET|
|Manchester City vs. West Brom||Monday, April 21||8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET|
|Manchester United vs. Norwich||Saturday, April 26||5:30 p.m. GMT/12:30 p.m. ET|
|Sunderland vs. Cardiff||Sunday, April 27||12 p.m. GMT/7 a.m. ET|
|Liverpool vs. Chelsea||Sunday, April 27||2:05 p.m. GMT/9:05 a.m. ET|
|Crystal Palace vs. Manchester City||Sunday, April 27||4:10 p.m. GMT/11:10 a.m. ET|
|Newcastle vs. Arsenal||Monday, April 28||8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET|
This bumper selection of games will include a trio of Super Sunday offerings that include three matches each.
A number of season-defining fixtures appear on the rota, with Liverpool's battles against City and Chelsea likely to grab the most interest. Brendan Rodgers' team, outlined by many as underdogs for the title, are just four points behind Jose Mourinho's team at the time of writing.
They have continued to play exciting, attacking football throughout the season—summed up by a combined total of 41 goals between Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge—while also appearing leaky in defence.
Thrilling action is all but guaranteed when the Reds step onto the pitch this season, something Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is extremely excited to witness:
"It's going to be an incredible end to an amazing season and I can't wait," the former Liverpool captain said in Sky Sports' reveal.
Manchester United are only scheduled to appear on Sky Sports once throughout April. The struggling Premier League champions' trip to Everton—which sees David Moyes and Marouane Fellaini return to Goodison Park for the first time since leaving in the summer—is sure to be met with fireworks.
Both sides are competing for a place in European football, and by April 20, we can expect the tussle to reach the top five intensify. Moyes' return is sure to bring about a mixed reaction, if he outlasts rumours suggesting he will be sacked imminently.
Bleacher Report expert Guillem Balague doesn't expect Moyes to be going anywhere:
The story doing the rounds in Twitter about David Moyes' future is not true. He has not been sacked.— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) February 26, 2014
Sky Sports' jam-packed schedule may come as a reaction to BT Sports' aggressiveness toward buying football rights, as highlighted by the firm's £879 million deal to show Champions League games from 2015, per BBC Sport.
While both channels require a separate subscription in the UK, those who have the means will receive plenty of live games to enjoy across the next month, and beyond.