Champions League semi-final draw leaves Norwich City’s trip to Arsenal unaffected

A general view of the Emirates Stadium from Norwich City's last Premier League match at Arsenal, a 4

A general view of the Emirates Stadium from Norwich City's last Premier League match at Arsenal, a 4-1 defeat in October 2013. Picture: Adam Davy/PA - Credit: PA

Norwich City's trip to Arsenal looks set to remain on Saturday, April 30, following today's Champions League semi-final draw, which could have affected the Canaries' fixtures.

Alex Neil's team are due to take on the Gunners on Saturday, April 30 – in a 5.30pm kick-off due to the match being chosen for live coverage by Sky Sports.

However the scheduling came with the potential of a switch with Manchester City's match at Southampton at 4pm the following day, which is also being shown by Sky.

With the Citizens advancing to the semi-finals of the Champions League this saw the potential for Manuel Pellegrini's team to be playing just two days later, on the Tuesday.

However the second leg of their semi-final against Real Madrid will be played in Spain on Wednesday, May 4 – leaving the weekend Premier League matches unaffected.

This leaves the Canaries' final fixtures, subject to any further changes, as follows:

Sunderland (H) – Saturday, April 16 (12.45pm – BT Sport)

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Arsenal (A) – Saturday, April 30 (5.30pm – Sky Sports)

Manchester United (H) – Saturday, May 7 (12.45pm – BT Sport)

Watford (H) – Wednesday, May 11 7.45pm

Everton (A) – Sunday, May 15 (3pm)