Arsenal confirm kick-off times for May fixtures

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Arsenal’s upcoming Premier League fixtures with Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion have both been moved to Sunday kick-offs.

Our trip to St James’ Park on 2 May is sandwiched between our Europa League double-header with Unai Emery’s Villarreal. The match will start at 2pm (BST) and will be broadcast on Sky Sports.

The visit of Sam Allardyce’s Baggies is on 9 May and fills the always inconvenient 7pm slot. BT Sport has the honour of showing that one.

The Gunners have eight remaining fixtures this season but could add an extra one, in Gdansk, if we make the Europa League final.

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Ron

I would like to express my gratitude to all involved for announcing these imposed changes at a more civilised time than 23:11 BST.

ChickPEA

Just saw that our last 2 PL games are on Saturday 15, just 3 days after the Chelsea away game, and then Sunday 23, just 3 days before a potential EL final.

Is the kick-off times could be arranged a bit to switch Saturday and Sunday, that would make a much more balanced timetable and be very helpful, thank you very much.

David

The last two (scheduled) games of the season are simultaneous for all teams, so are not likely to be moved lightly.

RedandWhite

I couldn’t care less about this club until Kroenke is gone. I hope we and the other “Big Six” clubs lose every game from now to the end of the season and get hit with point deductions by the PL for being apart of that greed league. Give the title to whoever finishes highest not apart of the six. They don’t care about the fans so why should I give a fuck about this club anymore? Kroenke out!

A P

Lose every game, with a further deduction?

FU very much, kunt

john

Super League is just a distraction from new champions league changes!
The timing of announcement and retraction without any major pushback just doesn’t add up otherwise! We should be made about that rather than super league!

Guns Up

We should be mad about all of it, as well as the absurdity of the WC in Qatar, international friendlies during a global pandemic, etc.

Brian

Exactly. Isn’t anyone else suspicious at how quickly and easily the Super League went away? They either got what they wanted or this was a trial balloon for next time.

Johnny 4 Hats

Tall man in the centre of the picture:

“How is that offside? He can’t play the ball with his pipe.”

Goonerrific

VAR review the pipe is marginally offside