Premier League announces fixture amendments in November with Man City vs Chelsea moved for TV coverage, while Liverpool and Brighton games are among those pushed back due to European competitions

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  • Games have been moved due to television selections by TNT and Sky Sports
  • Some fixtures have seen times changed rather than days due to broadcasting
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Several Premier League fixtures in November have been amended due to television coverage and European competitions.

The top flight confirmed the news on Friday with several kick off times changing in the penultimate month of the year as the season starts to pan out.

The games that have been moved include Newcastle versus Arsenal and Tottenham against Chelsea on the opening weekend of the month.

Some matches haven’t moved days but rather times due to television selections, while the switches for European involvement circles around Brighton’s first season playing European football, as well as Liverpool and Aston Villa’s involvement in continental competitions.

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Perhaps the headline game that has been moved is champions Manchester City’s trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea, which will now take place on November 12 at 4:30pm rather than November 11 at 3pm.

Manchester City's game against Chelsea in November has been moved for television coverage

Manchester City’s game against Chelsea in November has been moved for television coverage


Fulham vs Manchester United – Saturday November 4, 12:30pm, TNT Sports

Newcastle vs Arsenal – Saturday November 4, 5:30pm, Sky Sports

Nottingham Forest vs Aston Villa – Sunday November 5, 2pm, Sky Sports

Luton vs Liverpool – Sunday November 5, 4:30pm, Sky Sports

Tottenham vs Chelsea – Monday November 6, 8pm, Sly Sports

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Wolves vs Tottenham – Saturday November 11, 12:30pm, TNT Sports

Bournemouth vs Newcastle – Saturday November 11, 5:30pm, Sky Sports

Aston Villa vs Fulham – Sunday November 12, 2pm, N/A

Brighton vs Sheffield United – Sunday November 12, 2pm, N/A

Liverpool vs Brentford – Sunday November 12, 2pm, N/A

West Ham vs Nottingham Forest – Sunday November 12, 2pm, Sky Sports

Chelsea vs Manchester City – Sunday November 12, 4:30pm, Sky Sports

The first game of the month that has been switched is Fulham versus Manchester United, which will kick off at 12:30pm on Saturday November 4 rather than 3pm due to selection for television coverage on TNT Sports.

Newcastle versus Arsenal will kick off at 5:30pm on that day and will be live on Sky Sports, while Nottingham Forest versus Aston Villa and Luton versus Liverpool have both been moved back a day to Sunday November 5 to be shown on Sky.

Tottenham versus Chelsea will be played on the Monday night live on Sky rather than on the Saturday.

Liverpool's match against Brentford in mid-November has been pushed back due to the Reds' Europa League involvement

Liverpool’s match against Brentford in mid-November has been pushed back due to the Reds’ Europa League involvement

The following weekend, Tottenham will play on the Saturday morning on November 11, kicking off against Wolves at 12:30pm live on TNT Sports.

Bournemouth versus Newcastle will be played in the evening of that day on Sky, with Aston Villa versus Fulham, Brighton versus Sheffield United and Liverpool versus Brentford all being moved to the Sunday due to European competition. Those games will all kick off at 2pm.

None of the three will be televised, however, with West Ham versus Nottingham Forest live on Sky at the same time having been moved from the Saturday.

More changes to fixtures later on in November are expected to be announced soon. 


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