Date:Tuesday July 6 2010
Wigan Athletic have had to make two fixture changes already ahead of the new season due to TV appearances with Sky TV announcing their televised games schedule up to and including November.
The first game is the early fixture with Champions Chelsea on Saturday 21st August at the DW Stadium which has now been put back 3 hours to a 5:15 kick-off
The Latics clash against Wolves on 2nd October has been put back 48 hours to Monday night on the 4th October with an 8 pm kick-off, again this is a home fixture.
The full list of Sky televised fixtures are:
Saturday 14: Tottenham v Man City (12.45pm); Sunday 15: Liverpool v Arsenal (4pm); Monday 16: Man Utd v Newcastle (8pm); Saturday 21: Wigan v Chelsea (5.15pm); Sunday 22: Fulham v Man Utd (4pm); Monday 23: Man City v Liverpool (8pm); Saturday 28: Blackburn v Arsenal (12.45pm); Sunday 29: Bolton v Birmingham (1.30pm), Aston Villa v Everton (4pm).
Sunday 12: Everton v Man Utd (1.30pm); Birmingham v Liverpool (4pm); Monday 13: Stoke City v Aston Villa (8pm); Saturday 18: Stoke City v West Ham (12.45pm); Sunday 19: Man Utd v Liverpool (1.30pm), Chelsea v Blackpool (4pm); Saturday 25: Man City v Chelsea (12.45pm); Sunday 26: Wolves v Aston Villa (2pm); Newcastle v Stoke City (4.10pm).
Sunday 3: Chelsea v Arsenal (4pm); Monday 4: Wigan v Wolves (8pm); Sunday 17: Everton v Liverpool (1.30pm); Blackpool v Man City (4pm); Monday 18: Blackburn v Sunderland (8pm); Saturday 23: Tottenham v Everton (12.45pm); West Ham v Newcastle (5.30pm); Sunday 24: Stoke City v Man Utd (1.30pm); Man City v Arsenal (4pm); Sunday 31: Bolton v Liverpool (1.30pm), Newcastle v Sunderland (4pm)
Monday 1 : Blackpool v West Brom (8pm); Saturday 6: Bolton v Tottenham (12.45pm); Sunday 7: Arsenal v Newcastle (1.30pm), Liverpool v Chelsea (4pm); Tuesday 9: West Ham v West Brom (8pm); Wednesday 10: Man City v Man Utd (8pm); Saturday 13: Aston Villa v Man Utd (12.45pm); Sunday 14: Everton v Arsenal (2pm), Chelsea v Sunderland (4.10pm); Sunday 21: Arsenal v Tottenham (1.30pm), Fulham v Man City (4pm); Monday 22: Sunderland v Everton (8pm); Saturday 27: Aston Villa v Arsenal (12.45pm); Sunday 28: Newcastle v Chelsea (1.30pm), Tottenham v Liverpool (4pm).
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