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United Game On TV

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STOKE CITY have been selected for Sky Sports' Super Sunday live coverage when title favourites Manchester United visit the Britannia Stadium in April.


The meeting with Sir Alex Ferguson's side has now been moved to a 1.30pm kick-off on Sunday 14th April when it is scheduled to be broadcast by Sky Sports.


However, the fixture would have to be moved to a new date should United be involved in an FA Cup semi-final which will be staged over that weekend.


City will be performing in front of the television cameras in their next outing when they make the trip down to west London to face Fulham next week.


That game has been moved to a 12.45pm kick-off on Saturday 23rd February to accommodate the live broadcast by Sky Sports on that occasion.

 

 

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