P L Fixtures, 2021 / 2022

Ring master

Player Valuation: £70m

Three of Everton's November Premier League fixtures have been moved to new dates, with games at Manchester City and Brentford both chosen for live television coverage.

The Goodison Park meeting with Tottenham Hotspur, originally scheduled for Saturday 6 November, will happen one day later – at 2pm on Sunday 7 November – owing to Spurs' participation in the inaugural Europa Conference League on the preceding Thursday.

Rafael Benitez will take his team to champions Manchester City on Sunday 21 November for a match that will get under way at 2pm and be screened by Sky Sports.

The Etihad Stadium encounter, Everton's first match following the November international break, was originally planned for 3pm on Saturday 20 November.

Everton's first trip to the Brentford Community Stadium is similarly shifted back one day.

Manager Benitez's side will play the newly-promoted Bees in London on Sunday 28 November, the game starting at 2pm and shown live on Sky Sports.

The teams' first top-flight meeting since December 1946 was initially due to take place at 3pm on Saturday 27 November.


Revised Fixture Dates:

Sunday 7 November: Everton v Tottenham Hotspur, 2pm.

Sunday 21 November: Manchester City v Everton, 2pm, Sky Sports.

Sunday 28 November: Brentford v Everton, 2pm, Sky Sports.
 

Lee Smith

Player Valuation: £25m

Three of Everton's November Premier League fixtures have been moved to new dates, with games at Manchester City and Brentford both chosen for live television coverage.

The Goodison Park meeting with Tottenham Hotspur, originally scheduled for Saturday 6 November, will happen one day later – at 2pm on Sunday 7 November – owing to Spurs' participation in the inaugural Europa Conference League on the preceding Thursday.

Rafael Benitez will take his team to champions Manchester City on Sunday 21 November for a match that will get under way at 2pm and be screened by Sky Sports.

The Etihad Stadium encounter, Everton's first match following the November international break, was originally planned for 3pm on Saturday 20 November.

Everton's first trip to the Brentford Community Stadium is similarly shifted back one day.

Manager Benitez's side will play the newly-promoted Bees in London on Sunday 28 November, the game starting at 2pm and shown live on Sky Sports.

The teams' first top-flight meeting since December 1946 was initially due to take place at 3pm on Saturday 27 November.


Revised Fixture Dates:

Sunday 7 November: Everton v Tottenham Hotspur, 2pm.

Sunday 21 November: Manchester City v Everton, 2pm, Sky Sports.

Sunday 28 November: Brentford v Everton, 2pm, Sky Sports.
Brentford moved to the 28th? Don’t we play RS on Tuesday 30th? Great…..
 

Lee Smith

Player Valuation: £25m
We play Brentford away on a Sunday in November and then play Liverpool in the Derby on the following Tuesday

Liverpool get to play on the Saturday at home though

Because OF COURSE
We don’t play Liverpool on the Tuesday. It has already been confirmed that the derby fixture will be moved once the December TV fixtures are picked. Will likely be a day later on Weds 1st December.
 

Mikey_Fitzgerald

Please don't call me "Mickey" lar
We don’t play Liverpool on the Tuesday. It has already been confirmed that the derby fixture will be moved once the December TV fixtures are picked. Will likely be a day later on Weds 1st December.

It remains on a Tuesday on Amazon Prime as of yesterday

Liverpool play Saints on Saturday afternoon at home

Ridiculous. There was zero need for that Brentford game to be on a Sunday when neither of us are in Europe
 

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