THE Premier League have announced their TV fixture changes for February with a number of huge clashes being moved.
The action will begin on the first Friday of the month as Chelsea’s West London derby versus Fulham will be shown on Sky Sports at 8:00pm.
Tottenham vs Chelsea is one of a number of huge games moved
Graham Potter’s side also seen their other two capital city derbies amended versus Tottenham and West Ham.
Chelsea travel to the London Stadium on Saturday 11, which is now a 5:30pm kick-off.
The always fiery match against Spurs will end the month of Premier League football on Sunday 26 in a 1:30pm kick-off.
The title race will continue to hot up in February as Arsenal and Manchester City look set to battle it out to lift the trophy come the end of the season.
They will face each other midweek on Wednesday 15 on Prime Video – the huge match will kick-off at 7:30pm.
The game was rescheduled previously due to the need to accommodate Arsenal’s Europa League tie with PSV after postponement following the death of the Queen.
And more of their important clashes feature heavily on Sky Sports and BT Sport during the month.
The Gunners see a trip to Everton on Saturday 4 and when they come up against former manager Unai Emery’s Aston Villa on Saturday 18 both becoming 12:30pm kick-offs live on BT.
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As for Man City, they travel to Spurs in the pick of February’s opening matchday action with a 4:30pm start on Sunday 5.
They see another two fixtures switched – they now welcome Aston Villa on Sunday 12 at 4:30pm and then head to Bournemouth on Saturday 25 for a 5:30pm start (Carabao Cup final participation dependant).
Manchester United see three matches changed – Leeds away is now a 2:00pm start on Sunday 12 and home to Leicester has moved to Sunday 19 also at 2:00pm.
Finally, the Red Devils will look to get revenge on Brentford after their 4-0 hammering earlier in the season on Sunday 26 at 1:30pm but the game will NOT be shown on TV.
It has been moved due to United’s Europa League game versus Barcelona.
The Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton will now take place on Monday 13th at 8:00pm on Sky Sports.
You can see the full list of February’s TV amended fixtures here.