ARSENAL face a horror fixtures list after being given all night-time starts in the Boxing Day and New Year TV slots.
Footy chiefs have finally confirmed telly fixtures for the day after Christmas.
And they have also revealed what games will be shown in the New Year.
But Arsenal face a horror list after being given night-time starts in ALL THREE rounds of fixtures.
After the World Cup ends and the Prem returns, Arsenal are first in action on Boxing Day.
They take on West Ham, live on Amazon Prime Video, with kick-off at 8pm.
Arsenal’s next match is shortly after on New Year’s Eve, where they travel to Brighton on Sky Sports for a 5.30pm start.
Arsenal’s bleak winter on the box concludes with an 8pm game against Newcastle on January 3, also live on Sky.
Brentford vs Spurs kicks off the Boxing Day action, with all games shown on Amazon Prime.
The pick of the 3pms includes Aston Villa vs Liverpool.
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And the next day sees Chelsea play Bournemouth while Man Utd host Nottingham Forest.
Leeds vs Man City on Wednesday 27 concludes the Amazon matches.
But the action returns on Friday with Liverpool vs Leicester on Sky.
Wolves vs Man Utd on BT Sport starts the New Year’s Eve games, with Brighton vs Arsenal in the evening.
Fans are then treated to wall-to-wall football for the next five days, with all games on Sky.
Brentford vs Liverpool and Arsenal vs Newcastle are just some of the top draws on offer.
The early January action then concludes on Thursday 5 with a mouth-watering clash between Chelsea and Man City at 8pm.
But there’s plenty more to come, with chiefs to confirm the rest of January’s TV games shortly.
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