Manchester United’s clash with rivals Leeds is moved to Sunday April 25 and top four contenders Everton and Spurs meet on a Friday night as the latest round of games on Sky Sports, BT Sport and the BBC are revealed… with EVERY match still on TV
- Premier League have revealed the latest round of matches rescheduled for TV
- Every game until the end of the season will be broadcast live, with fans banned
- Manchester United will travel to Elland Road to face Leeds at 4pm on April 25
- Everton and Tottenham kick things off with a Friday night match on April 16
- West Ham face London rivals Chelsea in what could be a huge game on April 24
Manchester United will travel to Elland Road to face Leeds in the Premier League for the first time in over 17 years on Sunday, April 25, as the latest round of TV fixtures were revealed.
Top-flight bosses have confirmed that every match for the rest of the season will continue to be shown live on TV, with supporters still banned from attending games amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Fixtures from April 16 to April 26 have now been allocated slots, with United’s trip to Yorkshire moved back a day and given a 2pm kick-off live on Sky Sports.
Leeds and Manchester United will meet at Elland Road on April 25, with the game live on Sky
United will also be in action on the Sunday before – April 18 – with their home game against Burnley moved to a 4pm kick-off on Sky.
The fresh round of TV games begins with Friday night football, as top four rivals Everton and Tottenham look to boost their European hopes with a win at Goodison Park on April 16. The clash will also be shown live by Sky.
On Saturday, April 17, struggling Newcastle host high-flying West Ham in a 12.30pm kick-off on Sky, while Wolves take on Sheffield United at Molineux in the 3pm slot.
The following day, Arsenal face Fulham in a London derby at 1.30pm on Sky Sports, before United welcome Sean Dyche’s men to Old Trafford.
Everton’s Richarlison will be looking for more goals against Tottenham on Friday, April 16
Friday, April 16
20:00 Everton v Spurs (Sky Sports)
Saturday, April 17
12:30 Newcastle v West Ham (Sky Sports), 15:00 Wolves v Sheff Utd (Sky Sports)
Sunday, April 18
13:30 Arsenal v Fulham (Sky Sports), 16:00 Man Utd v Burnley (Sky Sports)
Monday, April 19
20:00 Leeds v Liverpool (Sky Sports)
Tuesday, April 20
20:00 Chelsea v Brighton (Sky Sports)
Wednesday, April 21
18:00 Spurs v Southampton (Sky Sports), 20:15 Aston Villa v Man City (Sky Sports)
Thursday, April 22
20:00 Leicester v West Brom (BT Sport)
Friday, April 23
20:00 Arsenal v Everton (Sky Sports)
Saturday, April 24
12:30 Liverpool v Newcastle (BT Sport), 17:30 West Ham v Chelsea (Sky Sports), 20:00 Sheff Utd v Brighton (Sky Sports)
Sunday, April 25
12:00 Wolves v Burnley (BBC), 14:00 Leeds v Man Utd (Sky Sports), 19:00 Aston Villa v West Brom (BT Sport)
Monday, April 26
20:00 Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports)
Monday Night Football on April 19 sees Liverpool take on Leeds at Elland Road, with Chelsea hosting Brighton the day after. Both games are on Sky.
There’s more midweek action on April 21 as Spurs face Southampton at 6pm, before Aston Villa try to delay Manchester City’s title triumph in an 8.15pm kick-off.
The games keep coming thick and fast, with Leicester facing West Brom on Thursday, April 22 on BT Sport, and Arsenal taking on Everton at 8pm on Friday, April 23.
Aston Villa and Manchester City meet live on Sky Sports on Wednesday, April 21 (8.15pm KO)
The final weekend in the latest round of TV fixtures sees Liverpool host Newcastle in a lunchtime kick-off on April 24, with evening games between London rivals West Ham and Chelsea (5.30pm), and Sheffield United and Brighton (8pm).
On top of Leeds vs United on April 25, the BBC will show Wolves’ home game with Burnley at 12pm, while Villa face West Brom at 7pm on BT Sport.
Leicester’s home game with Crystal Palace on Monday, April 26, completes the latest set of rescheduled matches.
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