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Romelu Lukaku shoots against Manchester City at Old Trafford

Reds set for Saturday evening derby

All four of Manchester United’s Premier League fixtures currently scheduled for April have been moved to accommodate live television coverage in the UK.

The eagerly awaited derby against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium is set to be an early evening kick-off on Saturday 7 April at 17:30 BST and will be shown live on Sky Sports. However, it is subject to either team participating in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday.

Nemanja Matic competes for the ball in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford in December.
United will make the short trip across town for an early evening battle with neighbours City in our first April game
United's home clash with West Bromwich Albion will now take place on Sunday 15 April, with a 16:00 BST kick-off at Old Trafford that will be screened on Sky Sports.

The Reds then travel to Bournemouth and the game at the Vitality Stadium is due to be played on Saturday 21 April, with a provisional kick-off time of 17:30 BST, live on BT Sport. However, this could change if the Reds reach the semi-finals of the Emirates FA Cup – which are set to be staged at Wembley over that weekend.
United will visit the Vitality Stadium for the first time since Zlatan scored there on his Premier League debut in August 2016

The month ends for the Reds with the anticipated visit of Arsenal to the Theatre of Dreams, which is scheduled for Sunday 29 April at 16:30 BST and will be shown live on Sky Sports. This is also subject to change, if United are involved in the Champions League the following Tuesday.

Paul Pogba chases down Arsenal's Francis Coquelin at the Emirates Stadium in December.
The Reds will welcome the Gunners to Old Trafford for a Sunday afternoon showdown
A new date is also yet to be arranged for United’s Premier League trip to West Ham United, which was originally scheduled for Sunday 18 March but was postponed to accommodate the Reds’ Emirates FA Cup quarter-final tie against Brighton at Old Trafford the day before.


Saturday 7 April: Away v Manchester City (17:30 BST, live on Sky Sports) *
Sunday 15 April: Home v West Bromwich Albion (16:00 BST, live on Sky Sports)
Saturday 21 April: Away v Bournemouth (17:30 BST, live on BT Sport) *
Sunday 29 April: Home v Arsenal (16:30 BST, live on Sky Sports) *

* Subject to change

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