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Premier League fixtures in November altered due to television coverage and European competitions



The Premier League has announced that several fixtures in November have been amended to accommodate television coverage and European competitions. As the season progresses, the top-flight league confirmed on Friday that kick-off times for various matches will be changed.

Among the games affected are Newcastle versus Arsenal and Tottenham against Chelsea, both scheduled for the opening weekend of the month. While some matches have only changed their kick-off times due to television selections, others have been altered to accommodate European fixtures.

Brighton, in their maiden European campaign, will see their schedule rearranged, as will Liverpool and Aston Villa, who are also competing in continental competitions. However, the most notable change is the rescheduling of the champions Manchester City’s trip to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The match, initially scheduled for November 11 at 3pm, will now take place on November 12 at 4:30pm. This highly anticipated clash has garnered significant attention and is expected to draw a large audience.

The first alteration to kick-off times will occur on Saturday November 4 when Fulham hosts Manchester United. The match, originally set for 3pm, will now commence at 12:30pm due to television coverage on TNT Sports.

Meanwhile, Newcastle versus Arsenal will kick off at 5:30pm on the same day and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. Nottingham Forest versus Aston Villa and Luton versus Liverpool have both been rescheduled to Sunday November 5 to be shown on Sky.

Tottenham versus Chelsea, originally planned for Saturday, will now be played on Monday night and televised live on Sky. Moving on to the following weekend, Tottenham will face Wolves on Saturday November 11 at 12:30pm, broadcast on TNT Sports.

On the same day, Bournemouth versus Newcastle will take place in the evening and be shown on Sky. Aston Villa versus Fulham, Brighton versus Sheffield United, and Liverpool versus Brentford have been moved to Sunday due to European competitions. These matches will all kick off at 2pm, but they will not be televised.

In a separate change, West Ham versus Nottingham Forest has been moved to the same Sunday and will be broadcast live on Sky, coinciding with the other matches. Fans can expect further adjustments to fixtures in November, with additional announcements anticipated in the near future.


Abdullahi Mohammed

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