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Manchester derby centre stage in latest TV fixtures

Five of our Premier League fixtures in April have been rearranged - including the Manchester derby at Old Trafford - due to television coverage.

Sky Sports will show the Reds' hotly anticipated meeting with the current Premier League champions at Old Trafford on Wednesday 24 April, when kick-off is scheduled for 20:00 BST kick-off. The fixture was originally set for 16 March at 12:30 BST.

The broadcaster will show our re-scheduled fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday 2 April at 19:45 BST.

Our upcoming league match against Chelsea has also been moved, to Sunday 28 April, with Sky Sports set to show the 16:30 BST kick-off. This date could be changed, however, should United reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.

Nemanja Matic in action.
After a lively 2-2 draw at the Bridge in the league, United will face Chelsea again at Old Trafford on 28 April.

Furthermore, our remaining two fixtures in April have also been moved for live television coverage.

The Reds host West Ham for the first time since our 4-0 victory on the opening day of last season, on Saturday 13 April, and the 17:30 BST kick-off will be screened live by BT Sport.

Our away match against Everton at Goodison Park will now take place on Sunday 21 April at 13:30 BST, and will be shown on Sky Sports.

UNITED'S APRIL SCHEDULE

2 April - Wolves (A) 19:45 BST
13 April - West Ham (H) 17:30 BST
21 April - Everton (A) 13:30 BST
24 April - Manchester City (H) 20:00 BST
28 April - Chelsea (H) 16:30 BST

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