The Premier League can confirm amendments to kick-off times for two fixtures in October.
Liverpool v Leeds United will take place at 19:45 BST on Saturday 29 October, due to the participation of Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday.
Manchester United v West Ham United, which takes place the following day, will kick-off 15 minutes earlier than originally scheduled, at 16:15 GMT, following an agreement between clubs and broadcaster.
Both of the above matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK.
Chelsea v Manchester United will take place on Saturday 22 October, with the kick-off time still to be confirmed pending ongoing conversations between the League, clubs, broadcaster and local authorities.
TBC Chelsea v Man Utd
19:45 Liverpool v Leeds (Sky Sports)
16:15 Man Utd v West Ham (Sky Sports)
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