As expected there are changes to Tottenham matches following the announcement of the televised games for the opening months of the 2014-15 Premier League season. Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced their selection of televised matches for the opening months of the season which involves 6 Spurs games.
Five Tottenham games have been selected by Sky Sports.
Tottenham’s home game at the end of end of August will be televised by Sky Sports on the Sunday afternoon at 4pm. They will also show the north London derby at the end of September which will be played on Saturday evening with a 5.30pm kick-off.
Three matches are to be shown in November. All will be played on Sunday with a 4pm kick-off. At the beginning of the month the match at Aston Villa and the final two Premier League matches at the end of November, at Hull and at home to Everton.
BT Sport have selected one match, the game at Manchester City which will be played on Saturday, 18th October with a 12.45pm kick-off.
Changes to Tottenham Matches:
Sunday, 31st August v Liverpoool (h) KO: 1.30pm
Saturday, 27th September v Arsenal (a) KO: 5.30pm
Saturday, 18th October v Manchester City (a) KO: 12.45pm
Sunday, 2nd November v Aston Villa (a) KO: 4pm
Sunday, 23rd November v Hull City (a) KO: 4pm
Sunday, 30th November v Everton (h) KO: 4pm
Europa League Matches:
The first home match against Queen’s Park Rangers will also be played on a Sunday as Tottenham have a Europa League match on the preceding Thursday evening.
Sunday, 23rd August v Queen’s Park Rangers (h) KO: 1.30pm
If Tottenham progress to the Group stage, further home matches will have to be changed to the following Sunday. The matches which would have to be changed are:
18th September v West Bromwich Albion (h)
2nd October v Southampton (h)
23rd October v Newcastle United (h)
6th November v Stoke City (h)
27th November v Everton (h)**
11th December v Swansea City (a)
** the Everton game has already been changed to a Sunday as a televised game.