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Four Championship fixtures re-scheduled

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Four Cherries matches over December and the new year period have been rescheduled with two to be broadcast on Sky Sports.

The alterations start in mid-December with the Cherries' away match at Middlesbrough now to be shown on Sky Sports on Saturday 18th December with an earlier 12.30pm kick-off.

Scott Parker's side will not have a Boxing Day fixture this season, with the game originally scheduled for the day moving back, the Cherries now travelling to QPR on Monday 27th December. The game will be televised on Sky Sports and will kick-off at 5.30pm.

The two fixtures have a knock-on effect on the following two matches, neither of which are to be televised.

The home match with Cardiff City has been put back 24 hours and will now take place of Thursday 30th December with a 7.45pm kick-off.

The Cherries' first match of 2022 against Peterborough United, also to be played at Vitality Stadium, is now scheduled to kick-off at 7.45pmĀ on Monday 3rd January, two days later than originally published.

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