Manchester City and Liverpool showdown moved to November 8 in latest round of Premier League TV picks… with no mention yet of matches being put on controversial pay-per-view system
Manchester City’s crunch clash with title rivals Liverpool has been moved to Sunday, November 8 after the Premier League announced the next cohort of matches to be broadcast live.
A host of fixtures have been moved around in order to accommodate the broadcasting slots for television, with the league now announcing the run-down of games from matchweeks 8 to ten.
City will now welcome Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool to the Etihad for a 4.30pm kick-off, following on from the earlier fixture of the day which will see Leicester City take on Wolves, as part of Sky Sports’ ‘Super Sunday’ package.
Other key fixtures to have been shuffled around for TV include Newcastle’s clash with Chelsea – now Saturday November 21 at 12.30pm – and Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United welcoming Arsenal to Elland Road – now 4.30pm on Sunday, November 22.
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Manchester City’s clash with rivals Liverpool has now been moved to a slot on November 8