Man City's crunch title clash with Liverpool date and time moved as new Premier League fixture changes announced

Man City's crunch title clash with Liverpool date and time moved as new Premier League fixture changes announced

THE Premier League have confirmed a host of fixture amendments – including Manchester City's title battle against Liverpool.

The two giants are separated by just ONE point with nine matches to play.

City had led by 12 points at one stage, with the rampant Reds gaining ground fast.

And the Premier League have confirmed the date and time for the monumental, potentially winner-takes-all showdown.

The game at the Etihad will now take place on Sunday April 10 – with kick-off 4.30pm.

The title showdown will be shown live on Sky Sports.

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The league have also confirmed five other fixture amendements.

Manchester United vs Brentford – a pivotal clash at both ends of the table – has been moved to Monday May 2 at 8pm to be shown live on Sky Sports.

Aston Villa vs Tottenham has been shifted to Saturday April 9 and will be the evening kick-off, at 5.30pm.

West Ham have seen TWO fixtures moved after they advanced to the Europa League quarter-finals with a 2-0 win over Sevilla on Thursday night.

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The Hammers will visit Brentford at 2pm on Sunday April 10 before hosting Burnley at 2.15pm on Sunday April 17.

Leicester vs Crystal Palace is the only other game affected, due to the Foxes' Europa Conference League win over Rennes.

That will no go ahead at 2pm on Sunday April 10.

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