THE PREMIER LEAGUE have announced a series of fixture changes for upcoming matches.
Amongst the games affected are Arsenal vs Manchester City and the Manchester Derby.
New dates and kick-off times have been confirmed for fixtures being broadcast live on TV in October.
City's trip to the Emirates Stadium will now take place at 4.30pm on October 8, live on Sky Sports.
Elsewhere, the Manchester Derby has been given a bizarre new kick-off time.
The game will now take place live on Sky Sports at 3.30pm on October 29.
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United have confirmed that this time was agreed following consultation between the clubs, broadcaster and local authorities.
Meanwhile, the Merseyside Derby on October 21 has also been brought forward to 12.30pm from 3pm and will be shown on TNT Sports.
Liverpool, West Ham and Brighton have all had matches moved due to their involvement in the Europa League.
Manchester United's trip to Sheffield United has been moved from October 21 to October 22 and will be shown live on Sky Sports.
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However, the match will be moved to 8pm on October 21 if United are scheduled to play in the Champions League on October 24.
The Red Devils will discover their group stage fixtures when the draw is made on August 31.
New Premier League fixture dates
Luton vs Tottenham, October 7, 12.30pm (TNT Sports)
Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest, October 7, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
Brighton vs Liverpool, October 8, 2pm (Sky Sports)
West Ham vs Newcastle, October 8, 2pm *
Arsenal vs Manchester City, October 8, 4.30pm (Sky Sports)
Liverpool vs Everton, October 21, 12.30pm (TNT Sports)
Chelsea vs Arsenal, October 21, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
Sheffield United vs Manchester United, October 22, 2pm (Sky Sports)
Aston Villa vs West Ham, October 22, 4.30pm (Sky Sports)
Tottenham vs Fulham, October 23, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham, October 27, 8pm (Sky Sports)
Chelsea vs Brentford, October 28, 12.30pm (TNT Sports)
Wolves vs Newcastle, October 28, 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
West Ham vs Everton, October 29, 1pm (Sky Sports)
Brighton vs Fulham, October 29, 2pm *
Liverpool vs Nottingham Forest, October 29, 2pm *
Manchester United vs Manchester City, October 29, 3.30pm (Sky Sports)
* Due to Europa League participation
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