Changes have been made to two of Manchester United’s fixtures in November as they both are confirmed to be televised in the year’s penultimate month.
The 3 pm blackout rule came in for heavy criticism earlier this month when Cristiano Ronaldo’s second coming at Old Trafford was not shown live in the United Kingdom due to regulations.
Manchester United have their work cut out for them in November, with clashes against Manchester City, Chelsea, and Arsenal all to be played out.
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The derby against Pep Guardiola’s side has now been moved to Saturday, November 6, with an unusual lunchtime kick-off at 12:30 GMT, as confirmed by Manchester United. The highly-anticipated derby will be televised by Sky Sports.
Later that month, Manchester United’s trip to Chelsea has been rescheduled to Sunday, November 28. The game against Arsenal, originally scheduled for November 30, will now be moved to accommodate the latest changes. The encounter against Thomas Tuchel’s side will be shown live on Sky Sports at 16:30 GMT.
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