TV companies have moved some more games, showing quite clearly that they don’t care about fans by requiring Arsenal fans to travel, once again, for a late evening Monday kick-off, this time on a bank holiday.

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 02: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal scores his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Emirates Stadium on November 02, 2019, in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 02: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal scores his team’s first goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Emirates Stadium on November 02, 2019, in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images)

The games have all been selected and moved by Sky Sports and the worst move is certainly making Arsenal fans have to travel over 100 miles to Wolverhampton for an 8pm kick-off on Easter Monday.

Full fixture moves:

Wolves v Arsenal
Monday, April 13 – (originally Saturday, April 11)
Kick-off: 8pm
Live on: Sky Sports

Arsenal v Leicester City
Saturday, April 18
Kick-off: 5.30pm – (originally 3pm)
Live on: Sky Sports

* This game is subject to our continued participation in the Europa League and Emirates FA Cup

Tottenham v Arsenal
Sunday, April 26 – (originally Saturday, April 25)
Kick-off: 4.30pm
Live on: Sky Sports

* This game is subject to Tottenham’s continued participation in the Champions League

There is still a final set of fixtures to be selected for TV for the last few weeks of the season and, as always, the above fixtures could move again depending on other competitions and the whims of the TV companies.

Any fans who have already booked travel and/or accommodation will be unlikely to see any recompense, as is standard.

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