Premier League announce fixture changes as Man Utd landed with TWO awkward kick-off times

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Premier League announce fixture changes as Man Utd landed with TWO awkward kick-off times

THE Premier League have confirmed which games have been selected for TV coverage on the weekend of King Charles’ Coronation.

New dates for previously postponed fixtures have also been confirmed.

Manchester United have been handed two new kick-off times in the first week of May

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Manchester United have been handed two new kick-off times in the first week of May

And there are two awkward kick-off times for Manchester United.

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There is an 8pm KO for the trip to Brighton on May 4, which will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Then just three days later the away game at West Ham on May 7 will now get underway at 7pm.

That clash will be shown live on BT Sport.

Other games selected for TV include Manchester City vs West Ham (May 3 at 8pm), Liverpool vs Brentford (May 6 at 5.30pm), Manchester City vs Leeds (May 7 at 2pm), Newcastle vs Arsenal (May 7 at 4.30pm), Brighton vs Everton (May 8 at 5.30pm) and Nottingham Forest vs Southampton (May 8 at 8pm).

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Just four matches will be played on May 6, the day of King Charles’ Coronation.

Bournemouth vs Chelsea, Spurs vs Crystal Palace and Wolves vs Aston Villa will all kick-off at 3pm, with Liverpool vs Brentford to be shown on TV later that evening.

Although the exact details of the Coronation have still to be confirmed, the service at Westminster Abbey is expected to begin at around 11am and last for three hours.

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Manchester City vs West Ham and Brighton vs Man Utd have had new dates confirmed after being originally postponed, as has Liverpool vs Fulham (May 3).

Fixture changes for Matchweek 36 are expected to be announced on April 6, followed by changes to Matchweek 37 on April 14.