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Everton will be on the television twice in March thanks to both Sky Sports and ESPN selecting us for television coverage.

The games that have been selected are the ones against Manchester City and Stoke, neither games move dates just kick off times.

The first game at the Etihad Stadium has now been moved to 12.45pm from 3pm on Saturday March 16th to accommodate Sky.

The second game at Goodison Park simply moves a couple of hours from 3pm to 5.30pm on March 30th for ESPN.

Fingers crossed that both of these games will prove to be crucial in our quest to keep the possibility of qualifying for the Champions League alive!

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Writer:Yak
Date:Friday January 18 2013
Time: 11:26AM

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Yak we have already played Citeh away on the 1st Dec. Looking forward to the return though! Stoke is always a hard physical battle, lets hope we can get at least 4 points from those 2. COYToffeeeeeeeeeeeees !!!!!!!!!!
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