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All change - April schedule altered


Filed: Tuesday, 27th February 2018
By: Staff Writer


Each of West Ham's four April fixtures have been moved to satisfy TV companies, it has been confirmed.

The four matches - two at Stratford, two away - have all been re-scheduled at the behest of Sky Sports starting with the trip to Chelsea which will now begin at 4.30pm on Sunday, 8 April (unless Chelsea play the following Tuesday in the Champions League).

The following weekend United host Stoke City in a vital relegation battle - a game that has now been moved to Monday, 16 April (an 8pm start).

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Following the visit of the Potters, West Ham visit the Emirates for another trip to North London where David Moyes' side will be hoping to take revenge for the Carabao Cup defeat back in December.

Finally, the re-jigged month ends with the visit of Champions elect Manchester City on Sunday, 29 April - a 2.15pm kick off, also to be broadcast on Sky.





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