November’s broadcast schedule and most recent changes to the Premier League’s schedule have been made public.
On Sunday, November 6, at noon, BT Sport will broadcast live coverage of Arsenal’s trip to Chelsea. Tottenham’s match against Liverpool will now start that same day in the late afternoon in front of Sky Sports’ cameras.
Due to Manchester United and West Ham’s respective Europa League and Europa Conference League matches on Thursday that week, both their away fixtures against Aston Villa and their home match against Crystal Palace have been postponed to Sunday, November 6.
There will be three live games on November 12 and two on November 13 leading up to Fulham vs. Manchester United in the final round of Premier League matches before the World Cup, which begins on November 20.
Prior to Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday, September 19, in London, the Premier League had earlier this week confirmed a number of postponements and alterations to kickoff timings.
Latest Premier League Fixtures:
Sunday October 23 : Tottenham vs Newcastle United 16:30
Saturday November 5 : Everton vs Leicester City 17:30
Sunday November 6 : Chelsea vs Arsenal 12:00, Southampton vs Newcastle United 14:00, Tottenham vs Liverpool 16:30
Sunday November 12 : Manchester City vs Brentford 12:30, Newcastle vs Chelsea 17:30, Wolves vs Arsenal 19:45
Sunday November 13 : Brighton vs Aston Villa 14:00, Fulham vs Manchester United 16:30
Other Premier League Fixtures with amendments
Sunday September 18 : Brentford vs Arsenal 12:00, Everton vs West Ham 14:15
Sunday November 6 : Aston Villa vs Manchester United, West Ham vs Crystal Palace 14:00
Yet to be rescheduled:
Manchester United vs Leeds United
Chelsea vs Liverpool