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April on Optus Sport – Potential Title Deciders, Local Derbies, and one of the Biggest Club Matches in World Football Headline a Bumper April of Football – with 114 Live Matches on Optus Sport 

  • North London and Merseyside Derbies in the Premier League headline a season-defining month of football on Optus Sport. 
  • One of the biggest club matches in football, El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, will also be played in April. 
  • Optus Sport subscribers can watch full matches live or if you’re short on time, dip into a mini-match or highlights.  

It’s the business end of the football season now and in April Optus Sport will be delivering some of the biggest games in some of the biggest leagues in the world.

In the Premier League, April will serve up wall-to-wall fierce matches, including potential title deciders and must-watch local derbies. 

After drawing with reigning champions Manchester City on Monday morning, Arsenal faces a make-or-break month as they hunt for their first Premier League title since 2004.

They will face a potentially tricky game in a London derby against Chelsea at the Australia-friendly time of 5am (AEST) on Wednesday, April 24. 

It could be down to Ange Postecoglou to be the one to rain on the Gunners’ parade on Sunday, April 28, at 11pm (AEST), as Arsenal host the North London derby against Tottenham in a game which is not to be missed.

The game could have huge ramifications, not only in the title race but in the race for Champions League qualification as well. 

The third team in the title race, Liverpool, who currently sit top of the table after Monday morning’s 2-1 win over Brighton & Hove Albion, are looking to give outgoing manager Jurgen Klopp a champion’s send-off but face their most bitter rivals to make that happen. 

The Reds travel to Old Trafford on Monday, April 8, as Manchester United know a win for them will not only strengthen their own hand in the race for the top four, but also deal Liverpool a big blow in their title tilt. 

It’s the first of two massive derbies for Liverpool, with the Merseyside derby live on Optus Sport at 5am (AEST) on Thursday, April 25, at Everton’s Goodison Park home. 

Over in LALIGA, arguably the biggest club match in world football, El Clasico, will grace football lovers’ screens once again with title-chasing Real Madrid hosting Barcelona at 5am (AEST) on Monday, April 22. 

As always, it will go a long way to deciding who lifts the trophy at the end of the season, but there are still other massive games in Spain before it in April, as Real Madrid face Athletic Club and this season’s surprise package Girona travel to Atletico Madrid. 

Over in the Women’s Super League, the plethora of Aussies will all be involved, with the likes of Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy helping Manchester City challenge Chelsea’s dominance at the top, while Kyra Cooney-Cross, Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley will be in action for Arsenal. 

Similarly in the J.League, you’ll be able to see Aussie bosses Harry Kewell and Pete Cklamovski taking charge of Yokohama F.Marinos and FC Tokyo respectively, while Mitch Duke, Thomas Deng and Mitch Langerak featuring at both ends of the table. 

Optus Sport will also have a range of matches from the K League and DFB Pokal live and on demand. 

April is another massive month of football on Optus Sport, you’d be a fool to miss it. 

Howard Rees, Head of Optus Sport, said,

“What an exciting line-up of football we have on Optus Sport in April. 

“Across the leagues, we’ve seen some of the tightest title races, European qualifications, and relegation battles and April is shaping up to be a decisive one on all fronts. 

“And with a subscription to Optus Sport, we’ll bring you every kick, every goal, and every moment direct to your living room – or wherever you’re watching – so whether it’s watching live or keeping up through mini matches, you can see it all on Optus Sport.” 

The full fixture on Optus Sport in April (all kick-off times in AEST): 

April 3 

Newcastle United v Everton, 05:30am 

Nottingham Forest v Fulham, 05:30am 

Burnley v Wolves, 05:45am 

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace, 05:45am 

West Ham v Tottenham, 06:15am 

Yokohama FM v Kawasaki Frontale, 09:00pm 

Gamba Osaka v Kyoto Sanga, 09:00pm 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Nagoya, 09:30pm 

FC Tokyo v Urawa Red Diamonds, 09:30pm 

April 4 

Brentford v Brighton & Hove Albion, 05:30am 

Arsenal v Luton Town, 05:30am 

Manchester City v Aston Villa, 06:15am 

April 5 

Granada v Valencia, 05:00am 

Liverpool v Sheffield United, 05:30am 

Cheslea v Manchester United, 06:15am 

April 6 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Gamba Osaka, 04:00pm 

Crystal Palace v Manchester City, 10:30pm 

April 7 

Wolverhampton Wanderers v West Ham United, 01:00am 

Everton v Burnley, 01:00am 

Aston Villa v Brentford, 01:00am 

Fulham v Newcastle United, 01:00am 

Luton Town v Bournemouth, 01:00am 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal, 02:30am 

Vissel Kobe v Yokohama FM, 03:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Sagan Tosu, 04:00pm 

FC Tokyo v Kashima Antlers, 06:00pm 

April 8 

Manchester United v Liverpool, 12:30am 

Sheffield United v Chelsea, 02:30am 

Tottenham Hotspur v Nottingham Forest, 03:00am 

April 12 

Kashiwa Reysol v Urawa Red Diamonds, 08:00pm 

April 13 

Real Betis v Celta Vigo, 05:00am 

Niigata v Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo, 03:00pm 

Machida Zelvia v Vissel Kobe, 04:00pm 

Tokyo Verdy v FC Tokyo, 05:00pm 

Atlético Madrid v Girona, 10:00pm 

Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur, 09:30pm 

April 14 

Brentford v Sheffield United, 00:00am 

Manchester City v Luton, 00:00am 

Nottingham Forest v Wolverhampton Wanderers, 00:00am 

Burnley v Brighton & Hove Albion, 00:00am 

Rayo Vallecano v Getafe, 00:15am  

Bournemouth v Manchester United, 02:30am 

Mallorca v Real Madrid, 02:30am 

Cádiz v Barcelona, 05:00am 

Las Palmas v Sevilla, 10:00pm 

Liverpool v Crystal Palace, 11:00pm 

West Ham United v Fulham, 11:00pm 

April 15 

Granada v Alavés, 00:15am 

Arsenal v Aston Villa, 01:30am 

Athletic Club v Villareal, 02:30am 

Arsenal Women v Bristol City Women, 03:45am 

Real Sociedad v Almería, 05:00am 

April 16 

Osasuna v Valencia, 05:00am 

Chelsea v Everton, 05:00am 

April 18 

Chelsea Women v Aston Villa Women, 04:00am 

April 20 

Brighton & Hove Albion Women v Everton Women, 04:00am 

Athletic Club v Granada, 05:00am 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Sanfrecce, 03:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Gamba Osaka, 05:00pm 

Kawasaki v Tokyo Verdy, 05:00pm 

Bristol City Women v Liverpool Women, 09:30pm 

Celta Vigo v Las Palmas, 10:00pm 

April 21 

Luton v Brentford, 00:00am 

Sheffield United v Burnley, 00:00am 

Rayo Vallecano v Osasuna, 00:15am 

Valencia v Real Betis, 02:30am 

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Arsenal, 04:30am 

Girona v Cádiz, 05:00am 

FC Tokyo v Machida, 04:00pm 

Manchester United Women v Tottenham Hotspur Women, 09:00pm 

Getafe v Real Sociedad, 10:00pm 

Everton v Nottingham Forest, 10:30pm 

Arsenal Women v Leicester City Women, 11:00pm 

Manchester City Women v West Ham United Women, 11:15pm 

April 22 

Crystal Palace v West Ham United, 00:00am 

Aston Villa v Bournemouth, 00:00am 

Almería v Villareal, 00:15am 

Fulham v Liverpool, 01:30am 

Alavés v Atlético Madrid, 02:30am 

Real Madrid v Barcelona, 05:00am 

April 23 

Sevilla v Mallorca, 05:00am 

April 24 

Arsenal v Chelsea, 05:00am 

April 25 

Wolverhampton Wanders v Bournemouth, 04:45am 

Crystal Palace v Newcastle United, 05:00am 

Manchester United v Sheffield United, 05:00am 

Everton v Liverpool, 05:00am 

April 26 

Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City, 05:00am 

April 27 

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo v Shonan Bellmare, 02:00pm 

Cerezo Osaka v Yokohama FM, 04:00pm 

Almería v Getafe, 05:00am 

West Ham United v Liverpool, 09:30pm 

Barcelona v Valencia, 10:00pm 

April 28 

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Luton Town, 00:00am 

Fulham v Crystal Palace, 00:00am 

Newcastle United v Sheffield United, 00:00am 

Manchester United v Burnley, 00:00am 

Alavés v Celta Vigo, 00:15am 

Atlético Madrid v Athletic Club, 02:30am 

Everton v Brentford, 02:30am 

Aston Villa v Chelsea, 05:00am 

Real Sociedad v Real Madrid, 05:00am 

Gamba Osaka v Kashima Antlers, 04:00pm 

Urawa Red Diamonds v Nagoya, 04:00pm 

Everton Women v Arsenal Women, 09:30pm 

Cádiz v Mallorca, 10:00pm 

Tottenham Hotspur Women v Brighton & Hove Albion Women, 11:00pm 

Aston Villa Women v West Ham United Women, 11:00pm 

Bournemouth v Brighton & Hove Albion, 11:00pm 

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal, 11:00pm 

April 29 

Leicester City Women v Manchester United Women, 00:00am 

Granada v Osasuna, 00:15am  

Nottingham Forest v Manchester City, 01:30am 

Bristol City Women v Manchester City Women, 03:45am 

Las Palmas v Girona, 05:00am 

April on Optus Sport

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