By Andrew Hyslop
- Premier League fixture changes announced for April
Manchester United are scheduled to play six Premier League fixtures in the month of April. Following the selection of games for UK TV coverage, four of these games have been rescheduled.
All four games that have been rescheduled were initially pencilled in as Saturday matches but will now take place on Sundays.
Two of these games will take place at Old Trafford while the other two will see Manchester United on their travels as they look to secure a top four finish.
United will kick of the penultimate month of the season with back-to-back home games against West Bromwich Albion and Everton. The game against Everton hasn’t been rescheduled but has been selected to be shown live on BT on Tuesday April 4. The game will kick-off at 20:00 BST.
The following weekend United will travel to the North-East to face former manager David Moyes and his Sunderland side. This game will now take place on Sunday April 9 and will be live on Sky Sports. With a kick-off time of 13:30 BST.
The next Premier League game on the fixture list will see United welcome leaders Chelsea to Old Trafford. The game originally scheduled for Saturday April 15 will now be played on the Sunday. Live on Sky Sports with a kick-off time of 16:00 BST.
After playing Chelsea, United are due to meet Burnley at Turf Moor in game currently scheduled for Sunday April 23. Should United reach the FA Cup semi-finals this game will be postponed. Should the game go ahead on this day it will kick-off at 14:15 BST, live on Sky Sports.
The final league fixture of April will see United welcome Swansea City to Old Trafford. The game will now take place on Sunday April 30 and will be live on BT Sports with a kick-off time of 12:00 BST.