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Premier League TV Fixtures for April Announced, Including Man Utd vs Liverpool at Unusual Time

Highly-Anticipated Clash

Manchester United's showdown with Liverpool is set to be aired on live TV in April, but fans might need to adjust their schedules for this one.

Manchester United vs Liverpool has been given a bizarre kick-off time

TV Line-Up

The clash between the Reds and the Red Devils will take place on Sunday, April 7, at a rather unusual kick-off time of 3.30pm, deviating from the typical 2pm or 4.30pm slots.

A total of 17 matches have been selected for TV coverage between April 2 and 15, with a mix of weekend and midweek games to keep fans entertained.

Key Matches

Notable fixtures include West Ham vs Tottenham on April 2, Manchester City vs Aston Villa on April 3, and Man Utd's trip to Chelsea on April 4 – all set to be broadcast live.

Sheffield United vs Chelsea, although not chosen for live coverage, will kick off at 1.30pm on April 7, with Liverpool vs Sheffield United to follow on TNT Sports.

More to Come

While several matches have been announced, the Premier League promises to reveal additional TV selections for the remaining April fixtures in the near future.


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Can you describe the concept of a ‘Big Six in the Premier League’?

The ‘Big Six’ refers to a group of the Premier League’s most successful and influential clubs in recent times. The list typically includes Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur. These teams have a reputation for a consistently high performance, a huge fan base and financial strength, as well as qualifying frequently for European competitions.

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The Premier League’s winner is the club that accumulates the greatest number of points during the season of 38 games. A team receives three points if they win, one for a draw and zero for losing. If teams finish the season with equal points, then the winner is determined by the goal difference and, if needed, the number scored. If teams are still equal, a play-off at a neutral site may be used to determine the title. However, this scenario has not occurred in Premier League’s history.

Are there any financial regulations in place in the Premier League?

Yes, the Premier League has financial regulations, known as Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, intended to prevent clubs from spending beyond their means and to promote financial stability. These rules force clubs to limit their loss over a three year period and to ensure expenditures do no exceed their earnings related to football. The regulations aim to promote responsible spending, and to maintain a competitive balance in the league.


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