West Bromwich Albion’s home match against Fulham will be broadcast on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and the iPlayer on Saturday.
Fulham’s visit to The Hawthorns, kicking off at 15:00 GMT, could prove crucial to both sides’ survival hopes.
There should be goals – the Baggies have conceded 22 in their past five home matches.
The hosts are 19th in the Premier League, two points behind the Cottagers, who are winless in 11 games.
All Premier League fixtures up to and including the last weekend of February will be televised live in the UK.
Matches will continue to be shown across Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and the BBC.
All English top-flight games have been televised live in the UK since June, when the 2019-20 season resumed behind closed doors after a three-month suspension forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
Under the three-year UK television deal that began in 2019, only 200 of the 380 Premier League matches per season were originally contracted to be shown live.
So when last season resumed, the extra live games were divided up among the four UK television rights holders, including the BBC.
In October, the Premier League introduced pay-per-view broadcasts – at £14.95 – for all matches not selected for live coverage by Sky, BT and Amazon under their existing contracts.
However, after significant protests among fan groups, the scheme was scrapped in November, will all extra live games once again shared out among the UK rights holders.
The January/February fixture list and where you can watch
All kick-off times GMT
Saturday, 30 January
Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton Wanderers (15:00 – Sky Sports)
Manchester City v Sheffield United (15:00 – Sky Sports)
West Bromwich Albion v Fulham (15:00 – BBC)
Sunday, 31 January
Chelsea v Burnley (12:00 – BT Sport)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur (19:15 – Sky Sports)
Tuesday, 2 February
Sheffield United v West Bromwich Albion (18:00 – BT Sport)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Arsenal (18:00 – BT Sport)
Manchester United v Southampton (20:15 – BT Sport)
Newcastle United v Crystal Palace (20:15 – BT Sport)
Wednesday, 3 February
Burnley v 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, 4 February
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea (20:00 – BT Sport)
Saturday, 6 February
Aston Villa v Arsenal (12:30 – BT Sport)
Fulham v West Ham United (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Sunday, 7 February
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester City (14:00 – Sky Sports)
Liverpool v Manchester City (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Monday, 8 February
Manchester United v Everton (20:00 – Sky Sports)*
Saturday, 13 February
Leicester City v Liverpool (12:30 – BT Sport)
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Sunday, 14 February
Arsenal v Leeds United (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Monday, 15 February
Chelsea v Newcastle United (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Saturday, 20 February
Southampton v Chelsea (12:30 – BT Sport)
Liverpool v Everton (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Sunday, 21 February
Aston Villa v Leicester City (14:00 – Sky Sports)
Arsenal v Manchester City (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Manchester United v Newcastle United (19:00 – BT Sport)
Monday, 22 February
Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace (20:00 – Sky Sports)
Saturday, 27 February
Manchester City v West Ham United (12:30 – BT Sport)
Leeds United v Aston Villa (17:30 – Sky Sports)
Sunday, 28 February
Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley (14:00 – Sky Sports)
Chelsea v Manchester United (16:30 – Sky Sports)
Everton v Southampton (20:00 – Sky Sports)
*Subject to FA Cup participation