Now massively puzzled by the wording of BT Sports package G..
'15 games from two midweek set of fixtures' ?
I read that as on two sets of full midweek fixtures, they'll be showing 3 or 4 games on each night, simultaneously.
Package G is 20 matches, and was originally being sold as all games from two midweek rounds (so the same sort of thing as Amazon's Package F). However, when it was bought by BT it was announced as being 15 games from the two midweeks, plus the remaining 5 games from the split weekend (what's left over after Sky and BT have gone through their usual picks). So, more unique timeslots and the less attractive games from the midweeks can be dropped.
For next season the first of these midweeks is New Year's Day, which makes it even better - the games can be spread out across the day so fewer are simultaneous. The second is across a Tuesday and Wednesday night so there'll be more at the same time.
Will be interesting to eventually see how these will be covered, there'll certainly be some commentators not usually heard on BT's Premier League coverage.