Premier League: Rearranged TV fixtures for April confirmed

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The Premier League have announced a number of changes to their match schedule for April, affecting a handful of televised games on Sky Sports and BT Sport.

With cup competitions affecting when some matches can be played, the confirmed amendments so far involve nine Sky Sports-televised fixtures, including the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park between Everton and Liverpool, which has moved from Sunday, 8 April, to Saturday, 7 April, due to the Reds’ involvement in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals.

BT Sport’s sole confirmed April fixture between Bournemouth and Manchester United has been moved to a Wednesday night (18 April).

The remaining postponed matches will be confirmed when Sky Sports and BT Sport’s live TV selections for Matchweek 37 have been finalised, which are due to be announced no later than Tuesday, 3 April.

Scroll down for all the confirmed rearranged Premier League TV fixtures so far.

SATURDAY 7th APRIL

Everton v Liverpool
Premier League

12:30

SUNDAY 8th APRIL

Arsenal v Southampton
Premier League

14:15

TUESDAY 17th APRIL

Brighton v Tottenham
Premier League

19:45

WEDNESDAY 18th APRIL

Bournemouth v Manchester Utd
Premier League

19:45

THURSDAY 19th APRIL

Burnley v Chelsea
Premier League

19:45

SUNDAY 22nd APRIL

Arsenal v West Ham
Premier League

13:30

Manchester City v Swansea City
Premier League

*If Man City reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, this match will move to 12:30 on 21 April and remain live on Sky Sports

16:30

West Brom v Liverpool
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*If Liverpool reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals this match will move to 12:30 on 21 April and remain live on Sky Sports

16:30

MONDAY 23rd APRIL

Everton v Newcastle Utd
Premier League

20:00

SATURDAY 28th APRIL

Liverpool v Stoke City
Premier League

*Should Man City reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, this match will move to 14:15 on 29 April and remain live on Sky Sports

12:30

SUNDAY 29th APRIL

West Ham v Manchester City
Premier League

*Should Man City reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals, this match will move to 12:30 on 28 April and remain live on Sky Sports

14:15

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