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Delia cooked up a recipe for disaster but United fans were saved last night as Norwich v Newcastle stays on the original date.
At the moment SKY haven’t nominated a game for the slot on the evening of Monday 13 May and a relegation thriller involving Newcastle could be too tempting to overlook.
A necessary inconvenience of Newcastle’s last gasp win over Anzhi, is that the home derby match against Sunderland is in line to be moved back 24 hours.
The game will now take place on Sunday 28th October at 3pm, the match originally scheduled for the day before.
The game will now take place on Sunday 23rd September at 3pm, the match originally scheduled for the day before.
Swansea/Norwich matches moved, at least Swansea isn’t on Monday night and no rubbish home lunchtime kick-off.
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