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Friday announcement – Confirmed 5 Newcastle United Live TV matches scheduled to end of September

1 year ago
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An announcement on Newcastle United Live TV matches has been made on Friday.

The period covered is August and September.

Newcastle United confirming four have been chosen.

This is on top of the Arsenal one on the opening weekend, which was announced when the fixtures were released in June.

This means five of Newcastle’s first seven Premier League matches moved for live TV, a sign of things to come no doubt.

For a club that means nothing to anybody else, supposedly, amazing how popular we are with the broadcasters.

No doubt they are rubbing their hands as well at the mess Mike Ashley has the club in, for them it equals great television.

August

Sunday 11 Arsenal (h) 2pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 17 Norwich (a) 3pm

Sunday 25 Tottenham (a) 4.30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 31 Watford (h) 3pm

September

Saturday 14 Liverpool (a) 12.30pm (BT Sport)

Saturday 21 Brighton (h) 5.30pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 28 Leicester (a) 5.30pm (sky Sports)

Newcastle United official announcement:

Four of Newcastle United’s 2019/20 Premier League fixtures have been rescheduled after being selected for live television coverage.

The Magpies’ first visit to Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium at White Hart Lane was set to kick-off at 3pm on Saturday, 24th August, but will now be played at 4.30pm on Sunday, 25th August, with the game being broadcast live on Sky Sports.

United visit Anfield to take on Champions League holders Liverpool on Saturday, 14th September, but kick-off has been moved from 3pm to 12.30pm. That contest will be shown live on BT Sport.

Brighton & Hove Albion visit St. James’ Park a week later on Saturday, 21st September, and that fixture will be live on Sky Sports. It will now kick-off at 5.30pm, after being put back from 3pm.

And Newcastle’s trip to Leicester City on Saturday, 28th September will now kick-off at 5.30pm and not 3pm, with the game also selected for broadcast live on Sky Sports.

However, should Manchester City be scheduled to play in the Champions League the following Tuesday, the Magpies’ clash at the King Power Stadium will be moved to Sunday, 29th September. In that event, kick-off would be at 4.30pm, and would still be shown live on Sky.

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