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March TV fixtures announced

​AT THE DOUBLE: City celebrate going two ahead against Bournemouth.

​AT THE DOUBLE: City celebrate going two ahead against Bournemouth.

Five of Manchester City’s March Premier League fixtures have been selected for TV coverage.

The home games against Chelsea and Brighton have been rearranged, as have the three away trips to Arsenal, Stoke and Everton.

Having reached the Carabao Cup final, City’s visit to the Emirates Stadium will now take place on Thursday 1 March at 7.45pm and will be live on Sky Sports.

Should City be involved in an FA Cup fifth round replay, the Arsenal match will be rearranged again.

Chelsea’s trip to the Etihad Stadium has been pushed back a day for Sky Sports coverage, kicking off at 4pm on Sunday 4 March.

The Blues game at Stoke has been selected for Sky’s Monday Night Football and will kick-off at 8pm on 12 March.

City were set to welcome Brighton on Saturday 17 March, but this game will now take place a day later, at 4pm and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

However, this change is dependent on the Blues not reaching the FA Cup sixth round.

The final amendment is for the away game at Everton, which remains on Saturday 31 March but will now kick-off at the later time of 5.30pm for BT Sport coverage.

Fixture changes

Arsenal (A) 7.45pm 1/3/2018 Sky Sports*

Chelsea (H) 4pm 4/3/2018 Sky Sports

Stoke (A) 8pm 12/3/2018 Sky Sports

Brighton (H) 4pm 18/3/2018 Sky Sports**

Everton (A) 5.30pm 31/3/2018 BT Sport

*Subject to not being involved in FA Cup fifth round replay.

** Subject to not being involved in FA Cup sixth round.

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