Premier League confirm change that impacts Man Utd, Man City and Liverpool

The Premier League have confirmed fixture changes ahead of November due to television selections.

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The Premier League have confirmed fixture changes ahead of November which include both Manchester City and Manchester United.

It has been an interesting start to the Premier League season, although City’s start has not been altogether surprising, with Pep Guardiola’s men wasting no time establishing their dominance, winning all of their games so far. United’s story has been very different so far, with Erik ten Hag’s men winning two and losing as many, while events off the pitch have not helped their cause.

Nevertheless, United remain one of the watched teams in the world, and City have become just as attractive due to their success and their abiity to attract superstar talents.

As a result, the two Manchester clubs both feature regularly in Sky Sports and TNT Sports’ television picks, and that hasn’t changed in the freshly announced November selections. City’s clash with Chelsea, now on November 12, has been selected for TV coverage, and that will be shown on Sky Sports.

As for United, their November 4th clash with Fulham is now a lunchtime kick-off on TNT Sports. Elsewhere in the Premier League, Newcastle vs Arsenal on November 4th is now an evening kick-off on Sky Sports, while Nottingham Forest vs Aston Villa and Luton Town vs Liverpool are both Sunday games, on November 5th, and will be shown on Sky Sports.

Tottenham vs Chelsea will be on Monday Night Football, on November 6th, while Wolves vs Tottenham will be a lunchtime kick-off (TNT Sports) on November 11. Bournemouth vs Newcastle will be an evening kick-off on Sky Sports on the same day.

Finally, West Ham vs Nottingham Forest will join the Chelsea vs Man City fixture on Sunday, November 12 on Sky Sports.