Premier League sees its most intense clashes being played in the mid-week round of matches. For the Gameweek 25, Premier League has some great games to offer for the vieweing pleasure of the audience worldwide.
We give you the detailed TV listing for the Gameweek 25 of the Premier League to make sure you do not miss a single second of action.
Wednesday, February 11
Liverpool vs Tottenham: (Live on Star Sports 4 and HD 4 on Wednesday, 01:15 AM IST)
Ideally, this will be the best game in this mid-week rond of matches. Both teams are on an impressive run with players to take you off your seats.
With players like Harry Kane, Philippe Coutinho, Christian Eriksen, Raheem Sterling on show you would not want to miss this match for any thing else. Make sure you are tuned at the slotted time and channel, as Liverpool (7th) and Tottenham (5th) will battle it out for a possible Champions League place this season.
Read our detailed Match Preview and Prediction for the game: http://goo.gl/CKIBx2
Arsenal vs Leicester City: (Live on Star Sports 1 and HD 1 on Wednesday, 01:15 AM IST)
Arsenal have to bounce back from their North London Derby defeat against Tottenham Hotspur. Arsenal welcome Alexis Sanchez to the squad after his hamstring injury and will look to re-start their rise towards the Top 4 of the league.
Leicester would look to come out of their recent controversy surrouding their manager Nigel Pearson and put on a good show on their travel to Emirates stadium.
Read our detailed Match Preview and Prediction for the game: http://goo.gl/WUfLhs
Thursday, February 12
Chelsea vs Everton: (Live on Star Sports 4 and HD 4 on Thursday, 01:15 AM IST)
Chelsea vs Everton have been one of the most competitive fixtures in the league for last 3-4 season now. Chelsea will look to go on a run after their defining win over Aston Villa which stretched their lead at the top to 7 Points.
Everton have kept two clean sheets in a row now, one of those was against Liverpool in the Merseysid Derby. Everton will not make it easy for Chelsea and Jose Mourinho can not think of an easy victory from Roberto Martinez’s side who are looking to rise themselves from a rathe runfamiliar 12th position in the league.
Manchester United vs Burnley:(Live on Star Sports 1 and HD 1 on Thursday, 01:15 AM IST)
Will it be same old same old tactics by the United manager Louis Van Gaal or will Red Devils enjoy a rather easier spell at home against a side who look destined for religation scrap this season. Jury will be out on Van Gaal’s tactics after he was criticised by West Ham manager Sam Allardyce calling Van Gaal’s side as the “Long Ball United”.
Burnley’s hopes will be clinged on Danny Ings and Sean Dyche would hope for some more goals from his prolific striker.
Stoke vs Manchester City:(Live on Star Sports 2 and HD 2 on Thursday, 01:15 AM IST)
People are already calling this game as a potential Banana skin for the Champions. City have a less than impressive record at the Brittannia stadium and Manuel Pellegrini would look to register his first win since January when Yaya Toure left for African Cup of nations.
This game will be crucial for City;s chances of reviving their title challenge, any points dropped against an in-form Stoke would mean the end of City’s title chance this season. Stoke are without a defeat in 9 and are currently ranked 10th in the league.
**NOTE**: All the Schedules and timing are as per IST (Indian Standard Time)