Manchester derby re-scheduled
Manchester United's clash against Manchester City moved for television purposes
Wednesday 13 February 2013
April's potentially pivotal Manchester derby at Old Trafford has been moved back two days to Monday, April 8 - depending on United's continued involvement in the Champions League.
The clash between United and City has unsurprisingly been singled out as a live TV fixture but that could change if United overcome Real Madrid to reach the last 16.
The Champions League quarter-final second legs are scheduled for April 9 and 10, in which case United's involvement would make the prospective Monday date with City impractical.
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