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Premier League April TV fixtures announced

THREE: The team celebrate together after Sergio Aguero's second goal of the afternoon.

THREE: The team celebrate together after Sergio Aguero's second goal of the afternoon.

Five of City’s upcoming Premier League games have been rearranged, including the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium.

The United match, plus the away trips to Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United and the home game against Swansea City have all been moved for TV coverage in April.

Meanwhile, Brighton’s visit to the Etihad Stadium in March has been postponed due to the Seagulls involvement in the FA Cup sixth round.

City v United remains on Saturday 7 April, but will kick-off at the later time of 5.30pm to allow for Sky Sports coverage, though this change is dependent on either side’s involvement in the Champions League the following Tuesday.

We’ll take on Spurs at Wembley on Saturday 14 April, with kick-off pushed back to 7.45pm. Sky Sports will broadcast the game.

Swansea will now make the journey north a day later than originally planned.

The Etihad Stadium fixture is scheduled for 4.30pm on Sunday 22 April and the Sky cameras will also be there for that one.

However, this is subject to City not having a Champions League game the following Tuesday and Swansea’s participation in the FA Cup semi-final.

Our trip to the London Stadium also takes place a day later, with West Ham v City instead kicking off at 2.15pm on Sunday 29 April.

This game could change again if we are involved in the Champions League the following Tuesday.

Fixture changes

City v Brighton - Postponed, new date TBC

City v United – Saturday 7 April, 5.30pm*

Spurs v City – Saturday 14 April, 7.45pm

City v Swansea – Sunday 22 April, 4.30pm*

West Ham v City – Sunday 29 April, 2.15pm*

*Subject to FA Cup semi-final and Champions League participation.

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