Thursday, July 9

Triple switch for away games



Three United away games will kick off a day later than planned after Sky and ESPN announced what games they will screen live.


The reds' trip to Liverpool will now be on Sunday October 25 with a 14:00 kick off. (Sky)


The match at Spurs is now at 17:15, though it is still on Saturday, September 12. (ESPN)

And Fergie's men will now face Chelsea on Sunday, November 8 at 16:00. (Sky)

As far as home games go, five have been changed.

The opening-weekend match against Birmingham now kicks off at 13:30 on Sunday August 16. (Sky)

The against Arsenal will still take place on August 29, but will now start at 17:30. (Sky)


The Manchester Derby will now take place on September 20 at 13:30. (Sky)

The Sunderland match will still be on Saturday October 3, but with a 17:15 kick off. (ESPN)

Blackburn's visit to Old Trafford will still be on Saturday October 3, but again, with a 17:15 kick off. (ESPN).


None of the changes will come as a major surprise for supporters, as Sky previously pledged to screen all games involving last season's top four.


On top of that, games against City are almost always moved from 15:00 by police anyway.


And, remember, these alterations only stretch as far as November, so there'll be more announced in the next few months.


Full United fixtures here
Full football on TV fixtures here and here

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