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Sky cherry pick two more games

Sky cherry pick two more games

The Premier League continue to drip feed information on upcoming changes to fixture list alterations due to television selections from Sky Sports and BT Sport.

The latest changes come to the December fixture dates, with Sky Sports selecting, rather predictably, the home fixtures against local neighbours Southampton and the fixture with Liverpool.

The game against AFC Bournemouth's closest geographical neighbours Southampton will now be played on Sunday 3rd December at 1.30pm.

The fixture against Liverpool will now be played on Sunday 17th December at 4.30pm.

These games will be the fourth and fifth games to be televised for the Cherries this season following Sky Sports selections of Manchester City and Brighton & Hove Albion and BT Sports pick of Chelsea (all at home). have also announced that the away trip to Manchester United has also been moved back 24 hours.

This game will now be played on Wednesday 13th December at 8pm.

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Date:Monday October 23 2017
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