Latest TV Dates Announced
Tuesday, 27th Feb 2018 16:10
Saints have had a couple of dates changed for broadcast on TV, one at home and one away.
Saints trip to Arsenal has now been changed from Saturday April 7th and will now take place on Monday evening April 9th with a 8pm kick off, a pain in the rear for those that like a good Saturday trip to London, but at least it is easily done even on a Monday evening.
The second change is to the home clash with Chelsea the following weekend Saturday 14th April, that fixture will remain on the Saturday but will now kick off at 12.30pm .
The chnage everyone is waiting for though is the trip to Wigan, the TV companies are awaiting the results of the two drawn games in the 5th round, Sheffield Wednesday meet Swansea this evening followed by Spurs V Rochdale tomorrow.
It is likely to be announced after tomorrows fixture although it is feasible that after tonights game that the TV company with first call on these remaining two games could make that choice this evening, although unlikely.
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