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Two more games moved for TV, Palace date confirmed

Two more of Newcastle United’s Premier League games in April have been selected for live television coverage, while a new date for the Magpies’ postponed fixture against Crystal Palace has also been confirmed.

Leicester City’s visit to St. James’ Park, originally scheduled for Saturday, 16th April at 3pm, will now take place on Sunday, 17th April (Easter Sunday), with kick-off at 2.15pm. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Three days later, on Wednesday, 20th April, the Magpies will welcome Palace to Tyneside for a 7.45pm kick-off. That game was meant to take place this Saturday but has been put back following the Eagles’ progression to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

After a trip to Norwich City on Saturday, 23rd April (a game which will be played in its original time-slot), Eddie Howe’s side round off a busy month at home to Liverpool on Saturday, 30th April. Kick-off for the Reds’ visit has been brought forward to 12.30pm and BT will be broadcasting live.

The Magpies will then have three games left to play before the campaign comes to a close – trips to Manchester City and Burnley, and Arsenal’s visit to St. James’ Park in between.

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