Premier League confirm revised TV fixtures and kick-off times amid Government curfew

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The Premier League has confirmed that Liverpool's Premier League match against Arsenal on Monday night will now kick-off at 8pm due to the changes in pub opening hours.

The match had been due to kick off at 8.15pm, which would have meant the game was likely to be in injury time when pubs were closing at 10pm, under new Government restrictions to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Another change has also seen the early midweek kick-off moved to 5.45pm, with Fulham hosting Aston Villa this Monday before Premier League giants Arsenal and Liverpool clash at Anfield.

The league also announced that every game over the weekend of October 3-5 – the fourth round of fixtures in the 2020/21 campaign – would be shown live on Sky Sports or BT Sport.

The Premier League has announced its latest round of fixtures to be shown on TV
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  • Liverpool vs Arsenal kickoff time moved due to new Government restrictions

All the matches that weekend will now be behind closed doors after the Government scrapped plans to allow spectators to return to sports venues on a socially-distanced basis from October 1.

Among the games moved that weekend is the London derby between Chelsea and Crystal Palace, while Leeds' mouthwatering content with Manchester City also takes place on the Saturday.

A day later, there are six mouthwatering showdowns including Jose Mourinho's return to Manchester United with Tottenham and Liverpool's visit to Aston Villa – both of which will be shown on Sky Sports.

Liverpool host Arsenal at Anfield on Monday night
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Matchweek 3

Monday 28 September

17:45 Fulham v Aston Villa (Sky Sports)

20:00 Liverpool v Arsenal (Sky Sports)

Matchweek 4

Saturday 3 October

12:30 Chelsea v Crystal Palace (BT Sport)

15:00 Everton v Brighton (BT Sport)

17:30 Leeds Utd v Man City (Sky Sports)

20:00 Newcastle Utd v Burnley (Sky Sports)

Sunday 4 October

12:00 Leicester City v West Ham (BT Sport)

12:00 Southampton v West Brom (BT Sport)

14:00 Arsenal v Sheffield Utd (Sky Sports)

14:00 Wolves v Fulham (Sky Sports)

16:30 Man Utd v Spurs (Sky Sports)

19:15 Aston Villa v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

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