The first game between Sunderland and Newcastle United in the 2012/13 season has been switched to October 21 to be shown on TV.
The game at the Stadium of Light will be shown on Sky Sports and will be a 1:30pm kick-off.
Sunderland have a further four games altered for live broadcast while Newcastle have five changes to the calendar.
United’s first two games of the new campaign against Tottenham Hotspur at home and Chelsea away will be shown on ESPN.
Their away game with Everton will now move to Monday September 17 and the home game with Manchester United will kick off at 4pm on Sunday October 7.
The final change for Newcastle sees the game with Liverpool at Anfield move to Sunday November 4.
Sunderland will be live on TV against Liverpool in their second home game of the season which moves to 5:30pm on Saturday September 15.
They will also play live broadcasted games twice in October, away against Manchester City on October 6 and the Wear-Tyne derby 15 days later.
Sunderland’s away game with Fulham switches to 4m on Sunday October 18 and finally the home game with West Bromwich Albion changes to a 1:30pm start on Sunday November 25.
Newcastle will also see changes to scheduled Premier League games against Aston Villa and Chelsea due to UEFA Europa League commitments despite the clubs’ request to play their European games earlier in the weeks preceding the games.
Further fixtures for both sides remain subject to change due to other clubs’ and Newcastle’s further European games.
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