Five of West Ham’s Premier League fixtures have been moved due to the Hammers’ participation in the Europa League and TV scheduling.
West Ham’s clashes with Brighton, Chelsea, Arsenal, Watford and Crystal Palace have been selected for TV coverage across three different platforms including Amazon Prime, Sky Sports and BT Sport.
With the Hammers in league action on Sunday, November 28 against Manchester City, West Ham’s match with Brighton has been put back a day until Wednesday, December 1 at 7:30pm on Amazon Prime.
Chelsea’s trip to the London Stadium has been selected for television coverage and will now be a 12:30pm kick-off and shown live on BT Sport on Saturday, December 4..
With West Ham taking on Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League on December 9 the Hammers’ clash with Burnley has been moved to Sunday, December 12 at 2pm, however, it has not been chosen for UK TV coverage.
The Hammers’ trip to take on Arsenal has been confirmed as a 8:00 pm kick-off on Wednesday, December 15 live on BT Sport and will be followed by a Saturday 3pm match on December 18 against Norwich City.
Boxing Day sees West Ham host Southampton at 3pm before the year comes to a close with a trip to Watford on Tuesday, December 28, also at 3pm and live on Amazon Prime.
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2022 gets underway for West Ham with a 5:30pm kick-off at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace with the match being chosen for TV coverage on Sky Sports.
The festive period is a busy time for West Ham with nine matches coming in just 32 days and will be a true test for the Hammers squad depth. Should David Moyes’ team progress in the Carabao Cup against Manchester City on October 27 a further fixture would need to be squeezed into the calendar on either December 21 or 22.
The festive period is always a trying period for clubs and Moyes has already earmarked December and January as key months for his squad and said players such as Mark Noble will be crucial at this time.