Premier League Confirm Changes To Festive Fixtures [See New Fixtures]

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The Premier League have made some alterations to prescheduled festive fixtures coming up in December, 2023, MySportDab reports.

One of the key changes is the decision to play a Christmas Eve match for the first time since 1995.

The Christmas Eve match will take place on December 24, 2023 with Wolves taking on Chelsea at the Molineux Stadium.

The match was previously scheduled to take place on December 23 but has now been moved to December 24 – the second time a match will be played that day since the Premier League was formed.

Three rounds of festive fixtures were provisionally set for 23, 26 and 30 December but now changes have been made to the schedules as follows;

New Festive Fixtures as scheduled

Thursday 21 December

Crystal Palace v Brighton (20:00)

Friday 22 December

Aston Villa v Sheffield United (20:00)

Saturday 23 December

West Ham v Manchester United (12:30)

Fulham v Burnley

Luton Town v Newcastle United

Nottingham Forest v Bournemouth

Tottenham v Everton

Liverpool v Arsenal (17:30)

Sunday 24 December

Wolves v Chelsea (13:00)

Tuesday 26 December

Newcastle United v Nottingham Forest (12:30)

Bournemouth v Fulham

Sheffield United v Luton Town

Burnley v Liverpool (17:30)

Manchester United v Aston Villa (20:00)

Wednesday 27 December

Brentford v Wolves (17:30)

Chelsea v Crystal Palace (17:30)

Everton v Manchester City (20:15)

Thursday 28 December

Brighton v Tottenham (19:30)

Arsenal v West Ham (20:15)

Saturday 30 December

Luton Town v Chelsea (12:30)

Aston Villa v Burnley

Crystal Palace v Brentford

Manchester City v Sheffield United

Wolves v Everton

Nottingham Forest v Manchester United (17:30)

Sunday 31 December

Fulham v Arsenal (14:00)

Tottenham v Bournemouth (14:00)

Monday 1 January

Liverpool v Newcastle United (20:00)

Tuesday 2 January

West Ham v Brighton (20:00)

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