Four matches in October for West Ham have been moved due to the Hammers participation in European football this season.
West Ham’s European commitments on Thursday evenings mean the fixtures previously scheduled for Saturday, October 2 and Saturday, October 23 have each been moved back a day.
Three of the four rescheduled matches have been selected for TV coverage on Sky Sports with just the clash against Brentford at 2pm on Sunday, October, 3 not live to UK audiences.
West Ham’s trip to Goodison Park to face Everton will now take place at 2pm on Sunday, October 17.
The Hammers host Spurs the following weekend with the game scheduled for Sunday, October 24, with a provisional kick-off time of 2pm.
October comes to an end for West Ham with a second away trip of the month for a 4:30pm kick-off on Sunday, October 31 against Aston Villa.
The matches against Everton, Tottenham and Villa will all be live on Sky Sports. However, the home match against Brentford will not be available to watch for UK audiences.
Of West Ham’s opening 10 league matches, six have been confirmed as television matches in the UK with the Hammers’ season getting underway on Sunday, August 15th against Newcastle. The clash at St James’ Park is a 2pm kick-off and will be available to watch on Sky Sports.
The dates for the Hammers matches in November have not been confirmed as yet but with West Ham in Europa League action on November 4, the clash with Liverpool currently scheduled for November 6 has been earmarked for change.
As has the trip to Manchester City on November 27, a game currently scheduled for the Saturday following a Hammers European match.
Source by Football London