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Man City fixtures: Six games selected for TV

LEFT FOOTED WIZARDS: Sane and David Silva embrace after the opening goal.

LEFT FOOTED WIZARDS: Sane and David Silva embrace after the opening goal.

Six of Manchester City’s 2017/18 season fixtures have been moved for live TV coverage.

The opening-day game away at Brighton will now kick off at 5.30pm, with all the action on BT Sport.

Sky will show the home game with Everton on Monday 21 August, with a kick-off time of 8pm.

The trip to Bournemouth has been brought forward to 12.30pm on Saturday 26 August, as has the game with Liverpool on Saturday 9 September. Both of those games will be shown live on Sky.

City’s trip to Chelsea on Saturday 30 September will now kick off at the later time of 5.30pm, with live coverage on BT Sport.

And the game with Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium, originally scheduled for Saturday 4 November, will now take place on Sunday 5, with the kick-off time yet to be determined. This has been rescheduled because of Arsenal’s Europa League involvement.

Keep an eye on mancity.com for details of any further fixture announcements throughout the season.

Rescheduled fixtures:

Brighton (A) - Sat 12 Aug, 5:30pm (BT Sport)

Everton (H) - Mon 21 Aug, 8pm (Sky)

Bournemouth (A) - Sat 26 Aug, 12:30pm (Sky)

Liverpool (H) - Sat 9 Sept, 12:30pm (Sky)

Chelsea (A) - Sat 30 Sept, 5:30pm (BT Sport)

Arsenal (H) - Sun 5 Nov, details TBC

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