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City's first four Premier League fixtures moved

PL FIXTURES: Our first four ,matches of the season have been moved for TV coverage

PL FIXTURES: Our first four ,matches of the season have been moved for TV coverage

Manchester City’s first four Premier League games of the season have been moved for television coverage.

Our trip to Arsenal on the opening weekend has been moved to Sunday August 12, kick-off at 4pm.

The following week’s home game against Huddersfield is now a 1.30pm kick-off on Sunday August 19.

We travel to newly-promoted Wolves on Saturday August 25, with kick-off at 12.30pm, and host Newcastle United on Saturday September 1 at 5.30pm.

The rest of City's matches in September remain unaffected. 

Stay tuned to mancity.com for further fixture changes throughout the season.

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City’s rearranged matches:

Arsenal v City – Sunday August 12 at 4pm (Sky)

City v Huddersfield – Sunday August 19 at 1.30pm (Sky)

Wolves v City – Saturday August 25 at 12.30pm (Sky)

City v Newcastle – Saturday September 1 at 5.30pm (BT)

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Brazil and Belgium set for quarter-final

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After two days rest and recuperation – for both players and fans alike! – the World Cup finals get back underway with a vengeance in Russia today with two mouth-watering quarter-finals to look forward to.

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