Liverpool have had another of their remaining Premier League fixtures switched for television.
The away trip to west Ham which was scheduled for a Saturday, 3pm kick-off on May 13 has now been moved back to the following day.
The penultimate Premier League fixture at the London Stadium will now start at 2.15pm on Sunday, May 14.
It means five of Liverpool's remaining six league games will now be shown live on Sky.
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The only game currently not listed for live TV coverage is the final game of the season against Middlesbrough.
Five of Liverpool's remaining fixtures are on a Sunday, the exception being the trip to Watford's Vicarage Road for Monday Night Football on May 1.
Liverpool will not play on a Saturday again until next season.