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Confirmed: 4 Arsenal games rescheduled for live TV
Arsenal have confirmed that four Premier League matches have been rescheduled as a result of being selected to be shown on live TV.
Our game against Aston Villa at Villa Park will now be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday December 13th, kicking off a 1.30pm.
We’ll also have plenty of football to enjoy over the festive period and our huge clash with Manchester City at the Emirates will be broadcast live on Sky Sports on Monday 21st, kicking off at 8pm.
We then head to St Mary’s for a tough away game at Southampton on Boxing Day – Saturday 26th – and that game will be shown live on BT Sport at 7.45pm.
As a result of that match, our home clash with Bournemouth has been moved to Monday 28th December and will now kick off at 5.30pm – although it won’t be shown live on TV.
As ever, it’s going to be a gruelling part of the season and Arsene Wenger is going to have to use his squad wisely to ensure they don’t suffer from fatigue and run themselves in to the ground.
Here are the fixture changes as confirmed on Arsenal.com:
Aston Villa v Arsenal
Sunday, December 13
Live on: SKY SPORTS
Arsenal v Manchester City
Monday, December 21
Live on: SKY SPORTS
Southampton v Arsenal
Saturday, December 26
Live on: BT SPORT
Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth
Monday, December 28
Kick-off: 5.30pm (originally 3.00pm)
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