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City clash goes live

Filed: Wednesday, 19th March 2003
By: Graeme Howlett

David James' second clean sheet in succession was enough to earn the Hammers a well deserved point at Goodison Park this afternoon - although other results ensured it was a day of mixed fortune for Glenn Roeder's men ...

West Ham's visit to Manchester City - originally scheduled for April 26th - has been put back 24 hours and will now be shown live on Sky TV's Pay per View channel.

The fixture was originally planned for Saturday, 26th April but will instead be played the following day, Sunday 27th.

The kick-off time has also been changed; the match will now commence at 2pm.

* Despite the announcement by Sky yesterday there are still no plans - as yet - for the channel to screen live West Ham's vital visit to Bolton, which is currently scheduled for April 19th.

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