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New TV Times For Clarets' Fixtures

Two games moves and revised kick-off times for others in latest live games

17 October 2019

The latest release of televised fixtures for December and January sees a number of tweaks to the Clarets’ Premier League programme.

Two games in January have been put back a day for live coverage – Leicester City’s visit to Turf Moor and the Clarets’ trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.

And four other games have had their kick-off times altered – including two over the Christmas holiday period.

The visit of Manchester United on Saturday 28th December will now kick off at 7.45pm for live broadcast by BT Sport.

And the Clarets’ home game against Aston Villa on New Year’s Day has a revised kick-off at 12.30pm, also for broadcast by BT.

Burnley’s home game against champions Manchester City remains on Tuesday 3rd December but kicks off at 8.15pm and will be screened by Amazon, who are showing all the games in that round of fixtures and again on Boxing Day.

That includes the Clarets’ trip to Everton on Thursday 26th December, which remains a 3pm kick-off.

The fixtures moved in January will see Burnley host Leicester on Sunday 19th January (KO 2pm) for live broadcast by Sky Sports.

And the following mid-week, the Clarets now go to Manchester United on Wednesday 22nd January for an 8.15pm kick-off live on BT.


Tue 3rd Dec: Manchester City (H): 8.15pm (Live on Amazon)

Thu 26th  Dec: Everton (A): 3pm (Live on Amazon)

Sat 28th Dec: Manchester United (H): 7.45pm (Live on BT Sport)

New Year's Day: Aston Villa (H): 12.30pm (Live on BT Sport)

Sun 19th Jan: Leicester City (H): 2pm (Live on Sky Sports)

Wed 22nd Jan: Manchester United (A): 8.15pm (Live on BT Sport).

Footnote: Season 2019/20 is the first of the Premier League's new three-year broadcast cycle, with kick-off times for midweek evening match rounds now ranging from 19:30 to 20:15.

Kick-off times for UK non-live fixtures in these midweek evening match rounds will move in line with those selected for UK live coverage. This is in keeping with the general principle employed for weekend movements.

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