Premier League fixtures confirmed with Arsenal & Man City games moved including huge clash which could impact title race | The Sun

THE Premier League have confirmed the dates, times and TV details of a number of games in the pivotal season run-in.

And they include potentially title-deciding clashes involving Arsenal and Manchester City.

The Prem have released the confirmed schedule for Matchweek 37, the penultimate round of games before the end of the season.

It shows league leaders Arsenal will now contest their clash with Nottingham Forest at 5.30pm on Saturday, May 20.

Meanwhile, Man City have seen their fixture against Chelsea moved to the 4pm slot on Sunday 21.

Both games will be broadcast on Sky Sports.

Elsewhere, Tottenham's match against Brentford, which could end up being a decider for European football, has been moved to Saturday's early kick-off slot for BT Sport.

The other end of the table will see West Ham take on Leeds on Sunday at 1.30pm, which will also be shown on Sky.

Champions League hopefuls Newcastle have seen two of their games announced at the top and tail end of the Matchweek.

The Magpies postponed fixture against Brighton will now take place on Thursday, May 18 at 7.30pm, while they will then face Leicester the following Monday at 8pm.

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Consequently, Brighton have also seen their south coast derby against Southampton moved to 2pm on Sunday, but this will not be broadcast by Sky or BT.

The Premier League cited "difficulties obtaining relevant local stakeholder approvals" as the reason behind the delayed announcement.

Their statement read: "The Premier League understands the importance of these announcements to supporters and apologises for the delay.

"Finalising these selections took longer than expected due to difficulties obtaining relevant local stakeholder approvals."

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