Leeds United's matches with Liverpool and Manchester United moved for TV - new dates and kick-off times confirmed
There are new dates for the diary after two Leeds United games have switched for television broadcast.
Leeds United's hotly-anticipated Premier League games against Liverpool and Manchester United have both been selected by Sky Sports for TV coverage.
The Whites will now host Jurgen Klopp's men at Elland Road at 8pm on Monday, April 19 - two days later than the initial top flight clash had been originally scheduled for in LS11.
The fixture is set to be shown live on Sky's Monday Night Football bumper television coverage while the encounter with arch rivals Manchester United has also been switched.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men make the trip across the Pennines on the new date of Sunday, April 25 - with kick-off set for 2pm in West Yorkshire.
The match with the Red Devils will again be broadcast exclusively by Sky Sports as part of their Super Sunday showing.
United host Sheffield United this weekend (3pm) as club football returns following the March international break.
Leeds' game with the Blades is set to be shown by Amazon Prime Video Sport with former head coach Paul Heckingbottom returning to the club for the first time since his sacking three years ago.
Marcelo Bielsa's team then face a trip to champions elect Manchester City on April 10, which will be broadcast on BT Sport with a kick-off time of 12.30pm.
Games against Liverpool and Manchester United follow the encounter with Pep Guardiola's outfit at the Etihad stadium.