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Arsenal announce the change of dates and time of their upcoming matches

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Arsenal has unveiled the revised schedule for their Premier League fixtures in April, with three matches set to undergo rescheduling to accommodate live television coverage in the UK. The club communicated these updates to their fans via their official website, outlining the new dates and kick-off times for the upcoming games.

The month of April will kick off with Arsenal hosting Luton Town at the Emirates Stadium, a match that has now been moved to Wednesday, April 3, with a 7.30pm kick-off. This exciting fixture will be broadcast live by TNT Sports, enabling fans to tune in and support the Gunners from the comfort of their homes.

The following weekend, Arsenal will travel to face Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium. While the match remains scheduled for Saturday, April 6, the kick-off time has been adjusted to 5.30pm to facilitate live coverage on Sky Sports, offering viewers across the nation the opportunity to witness the action unfold in real-time.

A week later, Arsenal will square off against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium in another highly-anticipated encounter. This fixture has also undergone a time change, with the kick-off set for 5.30pm and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. However, in the event of Aston Villa progressing to the Europa Conference League quarter-finals, the match will be rescheduled to Sunday, April 14, with the kick-off timing yet to be confirmed.

As Arsenal fans eagerly anticipate these upcoming fixtures, the club’s announcement provides clarity and ensures supporters can adjust their schedules to catch the thrilling matches as Arsenal continues their campaign with a renewed sense of excitement and determination.

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