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It’s a jumbo January for sport!

It’s a jumbo January for sport!

Kick off 2020 with top Test cricket, Premier League football, PGA Tour golf and much, much more on Sky Sports and BT Sport

Start as you mean to go on by getting your fill of the best action on the box

January on Sky Sports and BT Sport

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, there’s only one that really matters: watch more sport.


This January, Sky Sports and BT Sport can help you achieve your goal by bringing you an epic selection of football, cricket, golf, rugby and motorsport throughout the month. From England’s Test series against South Africa to the Premier League and Emirates FA Cup, it’s all kicking off. Here’s the best of what’s to come…

Liverpool v Sheffield United

Liverpool versus Sheffield United

Thursday 2 January, 7pm, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

Jürgen Klopp’s title-chasing Reds begin the New Year with a tough Premier League clash against Chris Wilder’s impressive Blades.


Sentry Tournament Of Champions

From Thursday 2 January, Sky Sports

The first PGA tournament of 2020 tees off in Hawaii, with a host of star names fighting it out for glory.


South Africa v England: Second Test

From Friday 3 January, play starts 8.30am, Sky Sports

Joe Root and his England side continue their four-match series against the Proteas at Newlands Cricket Ground.


Emirates FA Cup third round

From Friday 3 January, BT Sport

Football’s most historic club competition heats up, as the Premier League big boys enter the fray.


Gloucester Rugby v Bath

Saturday 4 January, kick-off 3pm, BT Sport

The first live Gallagher Premiership fixture of 2020 sees Bath make the short trip to local rivals Gloucester for a tasty derby.


Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool

Saturday 11 January, kick-off 5.30pm, Sky Sports

Liverpool’s quest for the Premier League crown continues in North London, where the Special One will be looking to put a dent in their title bid.


South Africa v England: Third Test

England cricketer Joe Root

From Thursday 16 January, play starts 8am, Sky Sports

St George’s Oval hosts England and South Africa for the pivotal third Test between two of cricket’s top teams.


2020 Santiago E-Prix

Saturday 18 January, BT Sport

The third race of this electrifying season heads to the capital of Chile, where the world’s top racers will go head to head.


Liverpool v Manchester United

Sunday 19 January, kick-off 4.30pm, Sky Sports

Can Liverpool get one over United at Anfield when English football’s fiercest foes square off in the Premier League?


Chelsea v Arsenal

Tuesday 21 January, kick-off 8.15pm, BT Sport

Frank Lampard’s exciting young Chelsea side take on the struggling Gunners at the Bridge in the Premier League.


Farmers Insurance Open

Justin Rose at the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open

Thursday 23 January, Sky Sports

Watch golf’s biggest stars battle it out in San Diego for one of the PGA Tour’s most coveted trophies.


South Africa v England: Fourth Test

From Friday 24 January, play starts 8am, Sky Sports

With ODI and T20 contests to come, England and South Africa wrap up their Test series at the Wanderers.


Emirates FA Cup fourth round

From Friday 24 January, BT Sport

Expect even more shocks, surprises and a little bit of magic when giants and minnows rub shoulders in the Cup.


2020 Monte Carlo Rally

Sunday 26 January, BT Sport

The World Rally Championship is back for a new season, kicking off with an unmissable race from glamorous Monte Carlo.


Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves

Thursday 30 January, kick-off 7.45pm, Sky Sports

The brand new Super League season starts in style, with Wigan taking on Warrington at the DW Stadium in the campaign’s opening clash.


Don’t have BT Sport?

You can upgrade to our Virgin TV Full House package online via your My Virgin Media account here and get all 4 BT Sport channels in HD. If you’ve not registered for My Virgin Media or have forgotten your sign in details just head over to


Watch on the go

Virgin TV customers who subscribe to Sky Sports can watch on the go with the Sky Sports app. Not only will you be able to take your Sky packages with you, but you get in-depth sports coverage, as well as exclusive videos and interviews. On iPad and Android tablets you can also access Sky Sports’ cutting-edge second-screen functions. Download from the Apple app store for iPad or iPhone, or from Google Play.


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