Norwich City’s Premier League home game against Tottenham switched for live television coverage

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris is cautioned in this season's corresponding Premier League fixture which Nor

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris is cautioned in this season's corresponding Premier League fixture which Norwich City lost 2-0. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City's Premier League home game against Tottenham has been put back 24 hours for live television coverage and will now kick off on Sunday, February 23 (4pm).

The Canaries were scheduled to welcome Andre Villas-Boas' side to Carrow Road on Saturday, February 22, 2014 but the fixture is one of nine moved for the television broadcasters in the latest tranche of televised fixtures. Spurs' visit will be the fifth live televised game this season for Norwich after the home defeats to Aston Villa and Chelsea and the wins over Stoke at the Britannia and most recently West Ham last month.

Manchester City's game at Chelsea has also been moved in February along with the Welsh derby between Swansea and Cardiff. Manchester United's home game against Fulham and their trip to Crystal Palace has also been moved for live television coverage.

• Skysports televised Premier League fixtures, February 2014


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Sun Feb 2: West Brom v Liverpool (1.30pm)

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Sun Feb 2: Arsenal v Crystal Palace (4pm)

Mon Feb 3: Manchester City v Chelsea (8pm)

Sat Feb 8: Swansea v Cardiff (5.30pm)

Sun Feb 9: Tottenham v Everton (1.30pm)

Sun Feb 9: Manchester United v Fulham (4pm)

Sat Feb 22: Newcastle v Aston Villa (5.30pm)

Sun Feb 23: Crystal Palace v Manchester United (1.30pm)

Sun Feb 23: Norwich v Tottenham (4pm)

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