Manchester City, Wigan Athletic matches rearranged

City striker Sergio Aguero celebrates a goal against Chelsea with Samir Nasri on April 14, 2013
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Several of Manchester City and Wigan Athletic's Premier League matches are rearranged in order to accommodate their FA Cup final meeting on May 11.

FA Cup finalists Manchester City and Wigan Athletic have had their Premier League fixtures rescheduled in order to accommodate their Wembley meeting on May 11.

City beat Chelsea 2-1 in their semi-final clash on Sunday, while the Latics overcame Championship side Millwall to reach their first FA Cup final.

Wigan were due to face Arsenal in league action on Saturday May 10, a fixture that has now been moved to the following Tuesday, the same night that City travel to relegation-threatened Reading.

Chelsea's top-flight match with Swansea City has been pushed back to Sunday April 28, three days after their Europa League semi-final first leg against Basel.

West Bromwich Albion were due to face the Citizens last weekend, but that match has now been rearranged for Tuesday, May 7.

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