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New date for Manchester derby

IT'S IN! Iheanacho celebrates

IT'S IN! Iheanacho celebrates

Three of Manchester City's February fixtures have been moved for television coverage, including the Premier League clash with Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium.

The third Manchester derby of the 2016/17 season had originally been scheduled for Saturday 25 February at 3pm, but the Blues will now face the Reds at home on Sunday 26 February. Kicking off at 2.15pm, the game will be shown live on Sky Sports.

However, this new date is dependant on whether United reach the EFL Cup Final - if they do, a new date will be announced.

The second home game to be switched is against Swansea City, which has been pushed back one day and will now kick off at 1.30pm on Sunday 5 February and will also be broadcast on Sky Sports.

Finally, City's fans travelling to the away fixture at Bournemouth face a late return home. The game at the Vitality Stadium has been moved from Saturday 11 February at 3pm to Monday 13 February at 8pm and will be shown on Sky Sports.

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