Three changes to Manchester United’s Premier League fixture schedule

The Premier League has announced the latest games to have been selected for TV coverage in August and September. This gives fans an exact idea of when matches will be played.

Three of Manchester United’s first six league games will be televised with the club announcing the latest changes made by the Premier League.

The first game against Wolves will be shown live on Sky Sports on Monday, 14 August, at 8pm.

Three more of United’s matches have been moved following the Premier League’s announcement of the latest broadcast picks.

The trip to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to face Spurs will be played on Saturday, August 19, at 5:30pm. It will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Two weeks later, United will travel to North London again – to take on the Gunners. The game against Arsenal will now take place at 4:30pm on Sunday, September 3.

In late September, United have a trip to Burnley to look forward to, which will kick-off at 8pm on Saturday, September 23. It will be televised on TNT Sports, previously known as BT Sports.

Manchester United’s August and September Premier League fixtures

  • Mon 14 Aug: Wolves (H) – 20:00 BST, live on Sky Sports
  • Sat 19 Aug: Tottenham (A) – 17:30 BST, live on Sky Sports
  • Sat 26 Aug: Nottingham Forest (H) – 15:00 BST
  • Sun 3 Sep: Arsenal (A) – 16:30 BST, live on Sky Sports
  • Sat 16 Sep: Brighton (H) – 15:00 BST
  • Sat 23 Sep: Burnley (A) – 20:00 BST, live on TNT Sports
  • Sat 30 Sep: Crystal Palace (H) – 15:00 BST

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