Tottenham's Sky Live clash with Crystal Palace switched to Sunday
Last Updated: 18/02/18 7:58pm
Tottenham's Monday Night Football clash with Crystal Palace on February 26 has been brought forward to next Sunday, February 25, following the 2-2 FA Cup draw with Rochdale.
Steve Davies' late equaliser at Spotland means Spurs will host Rochdale at Wembley on either February 27 or 28, so their clash with Roy Hodgson's side at Selhurst Park - originally slated for an 8pm MNF kick-off - has been moved to a midday kick-off on the Sunday.
The match remains live on Sky Sports and will see Spurs continue their push for a top-four spot while Crystal Palace will bid to arrest a run of four games without a win that has seen them slip back towards the relegation zone.
The switch adds to an already bumper day of football on Sky Sports next Sunday.
Super Sunday will now go on air on Sky Sports Premier League at 11.30am, with Manchester United's clash with Chelsea at Old Trafford following immediately after with a 2.05pm kick-off.
Coverage of the Carabao Cup final, which kicks off at 4.30pm, will begin at 3.30pm on Sky Sports Main Event.
Earlier in the day, Sunday Supplement will move to an 8.30am start with Goals on Sunday at 10am to accommodate the Spurs-Palace game.