West Brom manager Sam Allardyce replaced Slaven Bilic in December.
West Bromwich Albion’s Premier League home match against Fulham will be broadcast on One, Sport and iPlayer on Saturday.
Fulham’s visit to the Hawthorns, which begins at 15:00 GMT, could prove crucial to the survival of both sides.
The Baggies have given up 22 goals in their last five home games.
The hosts are 19th, two points behind the Cottagers, who have not won nine league games.
Fulham’s match against Crystal Palace on Sunday, February 28 – kick-off at 12:00 GMT – will also be broadcast live.
All Premier League matches through the last weekend in February are broadcast live in the UK.
The matches will continue to be broadcast on Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the .
All of England’s key matches have been broadcast live in the UK since June, when the 2019-20 season resumed behind closed doors after a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Under a three-year television agreement with the United Kingdom, only 200 of 380 Premier League season matches would be broadcast live beginning in 2019.
For example, when the previous season resumed, the additional live coverage was divided between the four British television rights holders, including .
In October, the Premier League introduced pay-per-view – at a cost of £14.95 – for all matches not selected for live broadcast by Sky, BT and Amazon under their existing contracts.
However, following strong protests from supporters’ groups, the program was cancelled in November and the additional live matches will be redistributed to rights holders in the UK.
Calendar January/February and where to see it
All departure times are in GMT.
Saturday, January 30
Everton – Newcastle United (12:30 – BT Sport)
Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (3pm – Sky Sports)
Manchester City tegen Sheffield United (15u – Sky Sports)
West Bromwich Albion vs Fulham (3pm – )
Arsenal-Manchester United (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Southampton v Aston Villa (8pm – Sky Sports)
Sunday, January 31
Chelsea v Burnley (12:00 – BT Sport)
Leicester City v Leeds United (2pm – Sky Sports)
West Ham v Liverpool (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur (19:15 – Sky Sports)
Tuesday, February 2
Sheffield United v West Bromwich Albion (6pm – BT Sport)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Arsenal (18:00 – BT Sport)
Manchester United v Southampton (20:15 – BT Sport)
Newcastle United tegen Crystal Palace (20:15 – BT Sport)
Wednesday, February 3
Burnley – Manchester City (18:00 – BT Sport)
Fulham v Leicester City (18:00 – BT Sport)
Leeds United v Everton (19:30 – BT Sport)
Aston Villa v West Ham United (20:15 – BT Sport)
Liverpool v Brighton & Hove Albion (20:15 – BT Sport)
Thursday, February 4
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (20:00 – BT Sport)
Saturday, February 6
Aston Villa v Arsenal (12.30pm – BT Sport)
Burnley vs Brighton (3pm – Sky Sports)
Newcastle United v Southampton (3pm – BT Sport)
Fulham – West Ham United (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Manchester United v Everton (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Sunday, February 7
Tottenham v West Brom (12:00 – BT Sport)
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Leicester City (2pm – Sky Sports)
Liverpool at Manchester (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Sheffield United v Chelsea (19:15 – Sky Sports)
Monday, February 8
Leeds United v Crystal Palace (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Saturday, February 13
Leicester City v Liverpool (12:30 – BT Sport)
Crystal Palace vs Burnley (3pm – Sky Sports)
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Brighton v Aston Villa (8pm – Sky Sports)
Sunday, February 14
Southampton v. Wolves (12:00 – Amazon)
West Brom – Manchester United (2pm – Sky Sports)
Arsenal v Leeds United (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Everton v Fulham (19:00 – BT Sport)
Monday, February 15
West Ham v Sheffield United (6pm – BT Sport)
Chelsea v Newcastle United (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Friday, February 19
Wolves – Leeds United (8pm – BT Sport)
Saturday, February 20
Southampton v Chelsea (12:30 – BT Sport)
Burnley – West Brom (3pm – Sky Sports)
Liverpool v Everton (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Fulham v Sheffield United (8pm – Sky Sports)
Sunday, February 21
West Ham v Tottenham (12:00 – Sky Sports)
Aston Villa at Leicester City (2pm – Sky Sports)
Arsenal at Manchester (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Manchester United – Newcastle United (19:00 – BT Sport)
Monday, February 22
Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Saturday, February 27.
Manchester City – West Ham United (12:30 – BT Sport)
West Brom vs Brighton (3pm – Sky Sports)
Leeds United – Aston Villa (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Newcastle United v les Loups (8pm – Sky Sports)
Sunday, February 28
Crystal Palace at Fulham (12:00 – )
Leicester City v Arsenal (12:00 BT Sport)
Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley (2pm – Sky Sports)
Chelsea-Manchester United (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Everton v Southampton (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Sheffield United v Liverpool (19:15 – Sky Sports)
Frequently asked questions
Fulham v Palace on TV?
How to follow on television. Fulham v. Palace will be broadcast live in the UK via BT Sport Box Office. Coverage begins at 2:45 p.m. BST.
Millwall v West Brom on TV?
Millwall host West Bromwich Albion in the Sky Bet Championship on Sunday afternoon (kick-off at 1.30pm). In the match, which will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, the Lions will try to maintain their record as league leaders, as Millwall have lost only twice on their own field in the Championship this season.
Premier League matches on the BBC?
The Premier League has announced that every match in January will be televised live. They will be broadcast on Sky Sports, BT Sport or Amazon, but no matches will be broadcast live on the BBC.
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