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PL April fixtures rescheduled due to TV coverage

Merseyside derby in April

The 2016/2017 Premier League is getting keener and hotter as we enter the last three months of what will be a deciding month for who wins the title come May and which clubs will vie for a place in the top four and which teams will battle relegation.

Premier League TV broadcasters, Sky Sports have announced the matches they will be telecasting in the month of April thus the rescheduling of some matches in April as originally scheduled.

Sky Sports has already shown most of the biggest contests and will show even more as the season reaches its conclusion, with the Merseyside and North London derbies, as well as Manchester United’s clash with Chelsea among some of the matches announced by the highly reputed TV broadcaster.

Sky Sports will start with the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton at Anfield on 1st April, 2017 and ends on Sunday, 30th April, 2017 with the London derby between Tottenham Hotspurs and Arsenal at the White Hart Lane.

London derby to end April PL matches

The full matches for April, 2017 are;

Sat 1: Liverpool v Everton (12.30pm)

Sun 2: Swansea v Middlesbrough (1.30pm)

Sun 2: Arsenal v Man City (4pm)

Sat 8: Tottenham v Watford (12.30pm*)

Sun 9: Sunderland v Man Utd (1.30pm)

Sun 9: Everton v Leicester (4pm*)

Mon 10: Crystal Palace v Arsenal (8pm)

Sat 15: Tottenham v Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Sun 16: West Brom v Liverpool (1.30pm)

Sun 16: Man Utd v Chelsea (4pm)

Mon 17: Middlesbrough v Arsenal (8pm**)

Sat 22: Man City v West Brom (12.30pm***)

Sun 23: Leicester v Tottenham (12pm***)

Sun 23: Chelsea v Southampton (2.15pm***)

Sun 23: Burnley v Man Utd (2.15pm***)

Sun 23: Liverpool v Crystal Palace (4.30pm)

Sun 30: Everton v Chelsea (2.05pm)

Sun 30: Tottenham v Arsenal (4.30pm**)

*** denotes; All matches are subject to change in terms of date and time if Leicester City, Arsenal and Manchester United makes it to the quarters of the UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE and Manchester United in the UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE. Also subject to change if Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal reaches the latter stage of the Emirates FA Cup.

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