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New TV dates for your diary

Filed: Friday, 5th October 2012
By: Staff Writer

Three new live West Ham fixtures have been confirmed this morning.

Supporters will once again have to rearrange their diaries following today's announcement that the Hammers are to be broadcast live on TV three times in December.

Chelsea's much-anticipated visit to the Boleyn Ground on Saturday, 1st December has been brought forward to 12.45pm. Meanwhile West Ham's fixture to Liverpool, also at Upton Park has been put back to Sunday, 9th December at 4pm.

Finally, West Ham's trip to West Bromwich Albion, currently managed by Gianfranco's former number two Steve Clarke - a match originally scheduled for Saturday, 15th December - has also been put back 24 hours.

The match now takes place on Sunday, 16th December at 4pm kick off. All games are to be shown on subscription-only satellite TV.

Current live schedule

Arsenal (h): October 6th, 5.30pm
Man City (h): November 3rd, 5.30pm
Stoke (h): November 19th, 8pm
Chelsea (h): 1st December, 12.45pm
Liverpol (h): 9th December, 4pm
West Bromwich Albion (a): 15th December, 4pm

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Your Comments

by Hammerite
10:48AM 6th Oct 2012
''If the West Brom game has gone back by 24 hours, think the above should read Sunday, 16th December on the "Current Live Schedule".''

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