New dates have been set for Arsenal’s Premier League match against Everton and Liverpool against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Matches were initially postponed from September due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, when the Premier League canceled a round of matches out of respect for the monarch.
Both matches will now take place on Wednesday, March 1.
Neither match will be shown live in the UK, as the initial matches were not selected for broadcast.
Arsenal’s match against Everton will start at 7.45pm BST (2.45pm EST / 11.45am PT), while Liverpool’s match against Wolverhampton will start 15 minutes later.
The Everton match comes between a trip to Leicester City and Bournemouth’s visit to Arsenal, led by Mikel Arteta.
For Sean Dyche’s Everton, the trip to Arsenal falls between a home game against Aston Villa and an away game against Nottingham Forest.
Liverpool will play Wolverhampton between a trip to Crystal Palace and a home match against Manchester United.
Wolves, meanwhile, face a trip to Fulham and a visit to Tottenham Hotspur on either side of the rearranged match.
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