Premier League TV changes announced: When do your club play over Christmas and New Year?
December will kick-off with Manchester City hosting Chelsea on Saturday 3rd at 12:30pm.
Tottenham's trip to Old Trafford to face Jose Mourinho's Manchester United will be on Sunday 11th at 2:15pm.
Another December highlight will see Man City take on Arsenal at the Etihad on Sunday 18th at 4:00pm.
Watford play Tottenham and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on New Year's Day.
Spurs then play Chelsea at White Hart Lane on January 4th, an 8:00pm kick-off.
The reverse of this Monday's Liverpool v United showdown will be on Sunday 15th January at 4:00pm
December fixture changes
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