All three of West Ham’s March Premier League matches have been rescheduled due to television coverage and the Hammers’ Europa League involvement.
West Ham’s clashes with Liverpool, Aston Villa and Tottenham have all been moved from their original Saturday 3pm timeslot as has the Hammers final clash of February against Wolves.
The Hammers’ Europa League commitments mean they are no longer able to play on Saturday directly following the Thursday night games. West Ham will not find out their last-16 opponents until the draw on February 25.
David Moyes’ team go into the draw as one of the seeded teams thanks to topping their group and will face one of the eight winners of the knockout round play-offs scheduled to take place on February 17 and 24.
The Hammers’ last-16 clash will take place on March 10 and 17 with the Premier League matches against Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur being rescheduled as a result.
The match against Wolves will now take place on Sunday February 27 at 2pm live on Sky Sports.
First up for West Ham in March is the trip to Anfield to take on Liverpool which has been selected for television coverage and will be a 5:30pm kick-off and shown live on Sky Sports on Saturday March 5.
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The following weekend the Hammers host Aston Villa with the game being rescheduled to take place at 2pm on March 13, this game will not be broadcast live in the UK.
West Ham end the month with the London derby against Spurs on March 20 at 2pm with the game being shown live on Sky Sports. The clash against Tottenham is subject to change should one or both sides reach the FA Cup 6th round.
March wraps up with an international break where a number of the Hammers stars will be hoping to receive a call-up to represent their national teams.