Liverpool’s trip to Arsenal and Brighton vs Tottenham among nine rescheduled fixtures in March


Liverpool’s trip to Arsenal, Everton’s showdown with Newcastle and Brighton vs Tottenham among nine rescheduled Premier League fixtures in March

  • Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Liverpool will now take place on March 16
  • On the same night, Antonio Conte’s Tottenham will face Brighton at the Amex
  • Seven other fixtures have been rescheduled in March by the Premier League











Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Liverpool will now take place on Wednesday March 16. 

It will be shown live on Sky Sports with an 8.15pm kick-off. 

The game had been due to take place on Saturday, February 26 but had to be rescheduled after Liverpool beat the Gunners to book their place in the Carabao Cup final against Chelsea the following day.  

Arsenal’s Premier League clash with Liverpool will now take place on March 16

RESCHEDULED FIXTURES

Thursday, March 10

19:30 Southampton v Newcastle

19:30 Wolves v Watford

19:45 Leeds v Aston Villa (Prime Video)

 

Sunday, March 13

14:00 Everton v Wolves*

14:00 Leeds v Norwich*

14:00 Southampton v Watford*

*Moved from 12 March because one team play on 10 March

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Wednesday March 16

19:30 Brighton v Spurs

20:15 Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports)

 

Thursday, March 17

19:45 Everton v Newcastle (Prime Video)

Tottenham will travel to Brighton on Wednesday, March 16.

That original fixture was called off in December after Spurs reported a Covid outbreak in the squad. 

It was one of nine rearranged fixtures announced by the Premier League on Friday.  

Leeds’ clash with Aston Villa originally has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 10.

That encounter at Elland Road will be shown live on Amazon Prime Video.

 

Newcastle's games at Everton and Southampton have been rescheduled in March

Newcastle’s games at Everton and Southampton have been rescheduled in March

Newcastle’s trip to Everton – now set for Thursday March 17 – will also be shown live on Amazon Prime Video.  

Due to the number of outstanding Premier League matches still to be rescheduled as well as other potential postponements as a result of the FA Cup quarter-final draw, only the opening two match rounds in April will be announced early next week.

The rest of the month’s broadcast selections will be confirmed following the completion of the FA Cup Fifth Round.

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