Arsenal - Tottenham Hotspur has been postponed from September 23 to September 24

Premier League announce schedule changes including Arsenal vs Man United and North London – Daily Mail

Premier League announce broadcast choices with Arsenal vs Man United and North London derby set new dates for TV coverage…as first Saturday 8pm kick-off of the season is revealed

  • 33 Premier League matches have had their date and time changed in August and September
  • Reasons range from TV broadcasting rights to clashes with European football matches
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The Premier League has released the latest schedule changes for August and September ahead of the new season, which begins on August 11.

Several major games have had their dates and times adjusted to facilitate TV deals and avoid clashes with other leagues.

Manchester United vs Arsenal has been changed from September 2 at 3pm to September 3 at 4.30pm to accommodate a Sky Sports television slot.

While the North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham has been postponed from September 23 at 3pm to September 24 at 2pm for the same reason.

So is Newcastle United vs Liverpool which has been changed from August 26 at 3pm to August 27 at 4.30pm.

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Newcastle United vs Liverpool will take place on August 27 at 4.30pm instead of August 26
33 matches have changed dates and times ahead of the upcoming Premier League campaign

Premier League schedule changes

Nottingham Forest v Sheffield United – Friday 18th August 7.45pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United – Saturday 19th August 5.30pm

Manchester City v Newcastle United – Saturday 19th August 8pm

Aston Villa v Everton – Sunday 20 August 2pm

West Ham United v Chelsea – Sunday 20th August 4.30pm

Crystal Palace v Arsenal – Monday 31 August 8pm

Chelsea v Luton Town – Friday 25th August 8pm

AFC Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur – Saturday 26th August 12.30pm

Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United – Saturday 26 August 5.30pm

Burnley v Aston Villa – Sunday 27th August 2pm

Sheffield United v Manchester City – Sunday 27th August 2pm

Newcastle United v Liverpool Sunday – 27 August 4.30pm

Luton Town v West Ham United – Friday 1 September 8pm

Sheffield United v Everton – Saturday 2 September 12.30pm

Brighton & Hove Albion v Newcastle United – Saturday 2 September 5.30pm

Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Sunday 3 September 2pm

Liverpool v Aston Villa – Sunday 3 September 2pm

Arsenal v Manchester United – Sunday 3 September 4.30pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Liverpool – Saturday 16 September 12.30pm

Everton v Arsenal – Saturday 16 September 5.30pm

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea – Sunday 17 September 2pm

Newcastle United v Brentford – Sunday 17 September 4.30pm

Nottingham Forest v Burnley – Monday 18 September 7.45pm

Brentford v Everton – Saturday 23 September 5.30pm

Burnley v Manchester United – Saturday 23 September 8pm

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur – Sunday 24 September 2pm

Brighton & Hove Albion v AFC Bournemouth – Sunday 24 September 2pm

Liverpool v West Ham United – Sunday 24 September 2pm

Sheffield United v Newcastle United – Sunday 24 September 4.30pm

Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion – Saturday 30 September 12.30pm 7pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool – Saturday 30 5.30pm

Nottingham Forest v Brentford – Sunday 1 October 2pm

Fulham v Chelsea – Monday 2 October 8pm

The upcoming Premier League campaign promises to be a blast.

Manchester City were attempting to win their fourth title in a row after leading Arsenal by five points last season.

Meanwhile, The Gunners, Manchester United and Newcastle will all try to close the gap on Pep Guardiola’s side this year.

Liverpool and Chelsea are poised for a resurgence after some smart summer business, while Brighton and Aston Villa hope to continue their rise after qualifying for European football.

And newly promoted sides Burnely, Luton Town and Sheffield United will aim to cause some stir when they take the field next month.

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