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Premier League on TV: Fixtures for Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal among April changes

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Arsenal and Liverpool have each had three fixtures moved and Manchester City will play two matches on new dates as part of Premier League TV scheduling announced for April.

The Gunners, who lead the table ahead of the Reds on goal difference and are a point above reigning champions City, have had their north London derby at Tottenham provisionally moved to April 28.

Liverpool’s visit to Everton – the final derby for manager Jurgen Klopp, who will end his nine-year reign at the end of the campaign – will now take place on April 24.

City’s trip to Brighton & Hove Albion, which was rescheduled because Pep Guardiola’s side still have FA Cup commitments, looks likely to be one of two away games in four days for the Cityzens.

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Each of the three teams competing for the title has 10 league games remaining of an unpredictable tussle at the summit.

Arsenal head to Etihad Stadium when the action resumes after the international break, playing City on March 31 – the same day as Liverpool host Brighton.

Mikel Arteta’s players and Liverpool both still have fixtures at Manchester United to play, which could be a particular concern for Klopp after they lost at Old Trafford in dramatic fashion in the FA Cup quarter-finals on March 17.

Liverpool’s rescheduled trip to Fulham could also hold the risk of potentially crucial dropped points if Marco Silva’s team can maintain their impressive recent home form, following up a 3-0 win over Brighton with victory by the same scoreline over fifth-placed Tottenham.

All three teams have to play fourth-placed Aston Villa and another team having an excellent season in Wolves, who are ninth and targeting European qualification.

Among the other amended fixtures, Arsenal host FA Cup semi-finalists Chelsea and Burnley will hope their battle to avoid relegation has eased by the time they visit a Sheffield United side currently bottom of the pile.

Nottingham Forest, who are in the relegation zone after having four points deducted for being found guilty of financial rule breaches, have new dates for their games away to fifth-bottom Everton and at home to City.

April Premier League TV fixtures: New schedule

(Times BST, kick-off 3pm unless stated)

Saturday April 20 2024
Luton Town v Brentford
Sheff Utd v Burnley
7.30pm Wolves v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Sunday April 21 2024
1.30pm Everton v Nott’m Forest (Sky Sports)
Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth*
Crystal Palace v West Ham*
4pm Fulham v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
*Due to Aston Villa & West Ham being in UEFA competitions

Tuesday April 23 2024
8pm Arsenal v Chelsea (TNT Sports)
(Postponed due to Chelsea’s participation in FA Cup quarter-finals)

Wednesday April 24 2024
7.45pm Wolves v AFC Bournemouth
8pm Crystal Palace v Newcastle
8pm Everton v Liverpool (Sky Sports)*
8pm Man Utd v Sheff Utd
(Previously postponed due to FA Cup)
*Kick-off time subject to change if Brighton v Man City moves to this day

Thursday April 25 2024
8pm Brighton v Man City (Sky Sports)*
(Previously postponed due to FA Cup)
*This will move to 8pm on April 24 should City be scheduled to play in the Uefa Champions League on April 30

Saturday April 27 2024
12.30pm West Ham v Liverpool (TNT Sports)
(Will move to 2pm on April 28 should Arsenal be scheduled to play in the Champions League on April 30)
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Man Utd v Burnley
Newcastle v Sheff Utd
Wolves v Luton Town
5.30pm Everton v Brentford (Sky Sports)
(This will move to 4.30pm on April 28 should City be scheduled to play in the Champions League on April 30)
8pm Aston Villa v Chelsea (TNT Sports)

Sunday April 28 2024
2pm AFC Bournemouth v Brighton
(Moved due to Brighton v Man City on April 25)
2pm Spurs v Arsenal (Sky Sports)
(Will move to 12.30pm on April 27 should Arsenal be scheduled to play in the Champions League on April 30)
4.30pm Nottingham Forest v Man City (Sky Sports)
(Will move to 5.30pm on April 27 should City be scheduled to play in the Champions League on April 30)

Ben Miller
Ben Miller
Ben has more than 10 years' experience in sports journalism, covering two EURO tournaments, European club competitions, the Premier League, EFL and WSL and a variety of other major sporting events.

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