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Sunderland, Stoke & Liverpool games moved for TV

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Three of Manchester City’s March Premier League fixtures have been rearranged for live TV coverage.

Home games against Stoke City and Liverpool will now take place at a different time, as will the away trip to Sunderland.

The trip to the North East has been pushed back one day and will now be played on Sunday 5 March. Kicking off at 4pm, it will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Former manager Mark Hughes will bring his Stoke side to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 11 March. This match has been selected as Sky Sports’ lunch time kick off and will get underway at the earlier time of 12.30pm.

However, should either City or the Potters reach the FA Cup sixth round, this fixture will need to be rearranged.

Liverpool will be the Blues’ final test of the month, but Jurgen Klopp will bring his side down the East Lancs Road a day later than originally scheduled.

City will face the Reds on Sunday 19 March at 4.30pm and this game will also be broadcast on Sky Sports.

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Crystal Palace v Man City: TV info

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The game kicks off at 3pm at Selhurst Park

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