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Arsenal, Chelsea, Man Utd & Spurs Games Rescheduled For Live TV
The Premier League have confirmed the latest fixtures which have been selected for broadcast on live TV and new dates for those matches which were postponed due to FA Cup commitments.
Tottenham will hope to keep the pressure on leaders Chelsea when they travel to Crystal Palace on Wednesday April 26th with the game now being shown on Sky Sports.
Arsenal’s clash with Southampton at St Mary’s will be played on May 10th at 7.45pm while Chelsea will look to take another step towards the title when they take on West Bromwich Albion in front of the Sky Sports camera’s on the Friday.
The Gunners will then take on Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday May 13th, with that match due to be broadcast live on Sky Sports at 5.30pm.
Liverpool’s trip to West Ham will be shown on Sky Sports on Sunday 14th May just hours before Tottenham’s huge clash with Manchester United at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea will then host Watford at Stamford Bridge on the Monday before Arsenal and Manchester City are in action the following day against Sunderland and West Brom.
On Wednesday 17th May, Manchester United will travel to the South Coast to take on Southampton live on Sky Sports before Tottenham take on champions Leicester at the King Power on Thursday 18th.
Here is confirmation of the new fixture’s:
Wednesday 26 April
8pm Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 10 May
7.45pm Southampton v Arsenal
Friday 12 May
7.45pm Everton v Watford (Due to Chelsea v Watford moving to 15 May)
8pm West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
Saturday 13 May
12.30pm Manchester City v Leicester City (Sky Sports)
5.30pm Stoke City v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
Sunday 14 May
12pm Crystal Palace v Hull City (Sky Sports)
2.15pm West Ham United v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
4.30pm Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Monday 15 May
8pm Chelsea v Watford (Sky Sports)
Tuesday 16 May
7.45pm Arsenal v Sunderland
8pm Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 17 May
7.45pm Southampton v Manchester United (Sky Sports)
Thursday 18 May
7.45pm Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports)