Three of Albion’s four November games will be Saturday afternoon kick-offs.

The Premier League’s schedule of live televised matches for the month has been released and the Seagulls are conspicuous by their absence.

They already knew they would visit Manchester United on Sunday, November 10 due to the Red Devils’ involvement in the Europa League.

That match has not caught the eye of the TV companies and will kick off at 2pm while the armchair audience enjoy Wolves v Aston Villa as the warm-up act for Liverpool v Manchester City (4.30pm).

Albion's other games in November remain unchanged.

That means 3pm kick-offs on Saturday afternoon for home games against Norwich (Nov 2) and Leicester (Nov 23), as well as the trip to Anfield to meet Liverpool (Nov 30).

The month also includes an international break.

Albion are on Sky Sports this Saturday, away to Newcastle (5.30pm).

BT Sport are showing the home game against Tottenham on Saturday, October 5 (12.30pm).