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Derby rearranged - for Friday night


Filed: Thursday, 30th March 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United's first ever meeting with Tottenham at the Olympic Stadium has been rescheduled for a Friday night.

At the behest of the TV companies, the game has been switched from a traditional 3pm kick off on Saturday, 6 May, to an 8pm start on Friday, 5 May.




The change means that West Ham have just three Saturday home games left this season - against Swansea (8 April), Everton (22 April) and Liverpool (13 May).

The last meeting between the two clubs at the Boleyn Ground, in March 2016 ended 1-0 to West Ham courtesy of Michail ANtonio's 7th minute strike.





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