Man Utd vs Arsenal & Everton vs Liverpool Among Games Rescheduled For Live TV

By on February 27, 2018

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The Premier League have confirmed the latest round of fixtures to be selected by the TV stations for live broadcast throughout April and once again the top clubs will feature heavily.

The month kicks-off with a huge Manchester derby as run-away leaders City entertain United at the Etihad and that match is currently scheduled to be played at 5.30pm on Saturday 7th live on Sky Sports.

The following day sees another two derbies as Everton first welcome Liverpool to Goodison Park before Chelsea take on West Ham at Stamford Bridge with both games being shown on Sky Sports.

Arsenal will then take on Southampton at the Emirates on Monday the 9th with that match once again being broadcast on Sky Sports, kicking off at 8pm.

Chelsea are on the south coast the following week to take on Southampton in the 12.30pm slot before Liverpool’s clash with Bournemouth at Anfield will be shown at 5.30pm live on BT Sport.

Tottenham entertain Manchester City in a rare Saturday night game as they face-off at Wembley on the 14th live on Sky Sports, kicking off at 7.45pm.

Newcastle v Arsenal and Man Utd v West Brom will both be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday 15th April before Tottenham’s trip to Brighton the following Friday night.

United’s clash with Bournemouth will be on BT Sport on the 21st at 5.30pm while Liverpool’s trip to West Brom will be shown live on Sky Sports the following day.

Arsenal play on a Monday once again as the Gunners welcome West Ham to the Emirates on the 23rd while Liverpool and Chelsea will both be on live TV the following Saturday.

Man Utd’s huge clash with Arsenal at Old Trafford has been selected by Sky Sports on Sunday 29th at 4.30pm before Tottenham take on Watford the following evening at Wembley.

Here is confirmation of all the game chosen for live TV in April:

Saturday 7 April
17:30 Man City v Man Utd (Sky Sports)
*subject to participation of PL Clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday

Sunday 8 April
14:15 Everton v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*subject to Liverpool’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday
16:30 Chelsea v West Ham (Sky Sports)
*subject to Chelsea’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday

Monday 9 April
20:00 Arsenal v Southampton (Sky Sports)

Saturday 14 April
12:30 Southampton v Chelsea (Sky Sports)
17:30 Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth (BT Sport)
19:45 Spurs v Man City (Sky Sports)

Sunday 15 April
13:30 Newcastle v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
16:00 Man Utd v West Brom (Sky Sports)

Monday 16 April
20:00 West Ham v Stoke (Sky Sports)

Friday 20 April
20:00 Brighton v Spurs (Sky Sports)
*subject to possible FA Cup semi-final participation

Saturday 21 April
17:30 AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd (BT Sport)
*subject to possible FA Cup semi-final participation

Sunday 22 April
14:15 West Brom v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*subject to Liverpool’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday
16:30 Man City v Swansea (Sky Sports)
*subject to Swansea’s involvement in FA Cup semi-finals and Man City’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday

Monday 23 April
20:00 Arsenal v West Ham (Sky Sports)

Saturday 28 April
12:30 Liverpool v Stoke (Sky Sports)
*subject to participation of PL Clubs in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday
17:30 Swansea v Chelsea (BT Sport)

Sunday 29 April
14:15 West Ham v Man City (Sky Sports)
*subject to Man City’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday
16:30 Man Utd v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
*subject to Man Utd’s involvement in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday

Monday 30 April
20:00 Spurs v Watford (Sky Sports)
*subject to Spurs’ involvement in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals

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