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Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham are among the clubs who’ve seen matches moved for live TV in April….
The latest batch of fixtures selected for broadcast on live television in April have been announced this afternoon and unsurprisingly the top clubs feature heavily.
Chelsea kick off the month as they travel to relegation-threatened Aston Villa with that game being shown on BT Sport before Liverpool’s huge clash with Tottenham Hotspur will be on Sky Sports in the 5.30pm kick off slot.
Leicester City and Manchester United will both be on Sky Sports on Sunday 3 April while Arsenal’s trip to West Ham on April 9 will now be shown live on BT Sport at 12.45pm.
The following day, Tottenham will entertain Manchester United at White Hart Lane with that game being shown on Sky Sports at 4pm shortly after Leicester City’s trip to Sunderland.
Chelsea’s clash with Manchester City at Stamford Bridge has also been selected to be shown on Sky Sports on April 16th, kicking off at 5.30pm, while Arsenal’s home game with Crystal Palace will also be shown live at 4pm the following day.
The Gunners are pencilled in to be in front of the TV camera’s the following weekend when they travel to Sunderland on Sunday 24th while both of Tottenham’s fixtures against Stoke and West Brom will be shown on Sky Sports.
Liverpool’s trip to Swansea and Manchester United v Leicester will both be shown on live TV before Chelsea finish off the month by hosting Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Monday 2nd May, kicking off at 8pm.
Many of the games are subject to change depending on various factors such as participation in FA Cup and European competitions.
Here is confirmation of all the fixtures changes for live TV, as announced by the Premier League:
Saturday 2 April, 2016
12.45pm Aston Villa v Chelsea (BT Sport)
5.30pm Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
Sunday 3 April, 2016
1.30pm Leicester City v Southampton (Sky Sports)
4pm Manchester United v Everton (Sky Sports)
Saturday 9 April, 2016
12.45pm West Ham United v Arsenal (BT Sport)
5.30pm Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)
Sunday 10 April, 2016
1.30pm Sunderland v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
4pm Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Saturday 16 April, 2016
12.45pm Norwich City v Sunderland (BT Sport)
5.30pm Chelsea v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
*Subject to possible movement to Sunday, 17 April. Further clarification to be provided on or around 10 March.
Sunday 17 April, 2016
1.30pm Leicester City v West Ham United (Sky Sports)
4pm Arsenal v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
*Subject to possible movement to Saturday, 16 April. Further clarification to be provided on or around 10 March.
Monday 18 April, 2016
8pm Stoke City v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
Sunday 24 April, 2016
12pm Manchester City v Stoke City (Sky Sports)
*In the event of Man City’s participation in the UEFA Champions League the follow Tuesday this match will move to Saturday, 23 April, 5.30pm, still live on Sky Sports.
2.05pm Sunderland v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Arsenal’s participation in the FA Cup.
4.15pm Leicester City v Swansea City (Sky Sports)
Monday 25 April, 2016
8pm Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)
Saturday 30 April, 2016
12.45pm Swansea City v Liverpool (BT Sport)
*If Liverpool are scheduled to play in the UEFA Europa League the preceding Thursday this match will move to 12 midday on Sunday, 1 May, still live on BT Sport.
5.30pm Arsenal v Norwich City (Sky Sports)
*Subject to possible movement dependent upon Chelsea and/or Man City’s participation in the UEFA Champions League the next Tuesday.
Sunday 1 May, 2016
1.30pm Manchester United v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
*This match will move to 2.05pm should Swansea City v Liverpool move to 12 midday on Sunday, 1 May.
4pm Southampton v Manchester City (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Man City’s possible participation in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday.
Monday 2 May, 2016
8pm Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
*Subject to Chelsea’s possible participation in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday.