Chelsea’s April TV fixtures revealed as Premier League clashes vs Liverpool, Man Utd & Arsenal moved
Chelsea have had five Premier League matches in April moved after the TV picks were confirmed.
Graham Potter‘s side will play seven games in the Premier League in April against Aston Villa, Liverpool, Wolves, Brighton & Hove Albion, Manchester United, Brentford and Arsenal.
Chelsea’s games against Aston Villa will be played in the late kick-off slot on Sky Sports on Saturday 1st April, before the rearranged Liverpool clash at Stamford Bridge will be played out three days later on Sky Sports on Tuesday 4th April 2023.
The away trip to Wolves and home fixture versus Brighton & Hove Albion haven’t been selected for TV broadcast.
Their trip to Manchester United on Saturday 22nd April is due to kick off at 5.30pm, however it could be moved to Sunday 23rd April 2023 should Manchester United be involved in the Europa League the Thursday before and also subject to their participation in FA Cup semi-finals.
Chelsea’s home clash against Brentford is televised live on BT Sport on Wednesday 26th April, before their trip to the Emirates to face Arsenal is the evening kick off on Saturday 29th April, live on Sky Sports.
Confirmed Chelsea Premier League fixture list until April 29
February 26: Tottenham Hotspur (a) – 1.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League
March 4: Leeds United (h) – 3pm | Premier League
March 11: Leicester City (a) – 3pm | Premier League
March 18: Everton (h) – 5.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League
April 1: Aston Villa (h) – 5.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League
April 4: Liverpool (h) – 8pm – Sky Sports | Premier League
April 8: Wolves (a) – 3pm | Premier League
April 15: Brighton & Hove Albion (h) – 3pm | Premier League
April 22: Manchester United (a) – 5.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League*
April 26: Brentford (h) – 7.45pm – BT Sport | Premier League
April 29: Arsenal (a) – 5.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League
*This match will move to 23 April 14:00, live on Sky Sports if Man Utd are UEFA Europa League action the Thursday before or due to their participation in FA Cup semi-finals