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Another Saturday afternoon falls by the way side

Another Saturday afternoon falls by the way side

City's Premier League home match against Manchester United, originally scheduled to kick off at 3pm Saturday 25th February, has been moved for TV coverage.

The game will now kick-off at 5.30pm and shown live on Sky Sports - unless United are dumped out of the Champions League next week.

Sir Alex Ferguson's side play FC Basle on Wednesday knowing that a bad result could result in them entering the Europa League, resulting in a European game on the previous Thursday.

If that happens the game is likely to be moved to the Sunday (26th February), and presumably still shown live on Sky.

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Writer:Dill
Date:Friday December 2 2011
Time: 12:14PM

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Comments

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Not a surprise. Hopefully will keep some plastics away.
DRAYTON GREEN
02/12/2011 12:29:00
0
SKY love having live games at Carrow Road.
FCBEARS
02/12/2011 12:56:00
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Part of the penalty of being in the Prem . Didnt we enjoy our first 3pm Saturday fixture on 15th Oct ( or thereabouts) ?
yellow belly
02/12/2011 20:49:00
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its the only time the premiership hear what an atmosphere is like when they come here.
ratpack
05/12/2011 15:12:00
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