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ESPN has announced the latest Barclays Premier League fixtures it will broadcast exclusively live as the season begins to reach a climax.

On Sunday April 7 at 2pm, ESPN will bring fans live and exclusive coverage of a clash between two sides set to be locked in a battle for top four - Tottenham Hotspur v Everton. Spurs narrowly missed out on a UEFA Champions League qualifying spot last season, placing new manager Andre Villas-Boas under pressure in his first season to make Europe's top club competition next season. Everton, meanwhile, have enjoyed one of their strongest starts to a season under manager David Moyes but will be looking for a strong season-end to fulfil the promise his side have regularly posed during his tenure.

On Saturday April 27th at 4.30pm, ESPN will air live and exclusive coverage of Newcastle v Liverpool. The game will be Newcastle's penultimate home match, and Alan Pardew's men will be keen for points to keep them away from the relegation zone after a difficult season. Liverpool have also struggled to find consistency during Brendan Rodgers' first campaign in charge, but will hope that with a win here they could still have a chance of snatching a European place.

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