In a busy period of football when the Premier League resumes after the World Cup, both clubs have determined when they will play.

Manchester United and Manchester City have been given the dates and kick-off times for their post-World Cup league matches, some of which will be broadcast on television.

When both clubs play, their fans are always eager to watch their team on the small screen. However, domestic football will take a back seat to the World Cup next month, with the Premier League taking a break from November 13 to Boxing Day.

However, broadcasters have already decided which games they will air after the finals, which conclude on December 18. Two of United’s winter games have been selected for broadcast.

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Amazon will show Nottingham Forest’s visit on Tuesday, December 27 at 5.30pm, before BT Sport covers their trip to Wolves on New Year’s Eve, which falls on a Saturday. United’s home game against Bournemouth on Tuesday, January 3 has been set for 8 p.m.

Meanwhile, City has two games on the schedule. Amazon has chosen to broadcast their away game against Leeds on Wednesday, December 28, while Everton’s visit to the Etihad on New Year’s Eve has been confirmed as a 3pm kick-off.

Sky Sports will broadcast the match against Chelsea at 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 5. The fixture lists for both clubs up to their first game of the new year are listed below.


Nott Forest (H) - Tuesday, December 27 at 5.30pm [Amazon]

Wolves (A) - Saturday, December 31 at 12.30pm [BT Sport]

Bournemouth (H) - Tuesday, January 3 at 8pm
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Leeds (A) - Wednesday, December 28 at 8pm [Amazon]

Everton (H) - Saturday, December 31 at 3pm

Chelsea (A) - Thursday, January 5 at 8pm [Sky Sports]