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Hammers feature in four early TV games

Soccer - Europa League - Third Qualifying Round - First Leg - West Ham United v Astra Giurgiu - Upton ParkWest Ham trip to Chelsea will be the first match on TV involving the boys and the maych has been transferred to the frst Monday night ofthenew season.

Here’s the first batch of games being shown on the box until the end of September with the Hammers featuring in four of them:

Sat 13 August: Hull City v Leicester City (12.30pm – Sky)
Sat 13 August: Manchester City v Sunderland (5:50pm – BT)
Sun 14 August: Bournemouth v Manchester United (1.30pm – Sky)
Sun 14 August: Arsenal v Liverpool (4pm – Sky)
Mon 15 August: Chelsea v West Ham (8pm – Sky)
Fri 19 August: Manchester United v Southampton (8pm – Sky)
Sat 20 August: Leicester City v Arsenal (5:30pm – BT)
Sat 20 August: Stoke City v Manchester City (12.30pm – Sky)
Sun 21 August: Sunderland v Middlesbrough (1.30pm – Sky)
Sun 21 August: West Ham v Bournemouth (4pm – Sky)
Sat 27 August: Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (12.30pm – Sky)
Sat 27 August: Hull City v Manchester United (5:30pm – BT)
Sun 28 August: West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough (1.30pm – Sky)
Sun 28 August: Manchester City v West Ham (4pm – Sky)
Sat 10 September: Manchester United v Manchester City (12.30pm – Sky)
Sat 10 September: Liverpool v Leicester City (5:30pm – BT)
Sun 11 September: Swansea City v Chelsea (4pm – Sky)
Mon 12 September: Sunderland v Everton (8pm – Sky)
Fri 16 September: Chelsea v Liverpool (8pm – Sky)
Sat 17 September: Everton v Middlesbrough (5:30pm – BT)
Sun 18 September: Watford v Manchester United (12pm – BT)
Sun 18 September: Crystal Palace v Stoke City (2.15pm – Sky)
Sun 18 September: Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland (4pm – Sky)
Sat 24 September: Manchester United v Leicester City (12.30pm – Sky)
Sat 24 September: Arsenal v Chelsea (5:30pm – BT)
Sun 25 September: West Ham v Southampton (4pm – Sky)
Mon 26 September: Burnley v Watford (8pm – Sky)



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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

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