Coronation Street fans are having their regular cobbles appointments bumped by the football once again as the soap changes its schedule this week.
The ITV1 soap has announced that the line-up of episodes will look a little different this week as the broadcaster has the rights to the fourth-round FA Cup tie between Manchester City and Arsenal on Friday.
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Corrie fans will find they can't tune in to their usual Friday night 8pm episode - but luckily, they won't have to miss out on any big plot developments as the episode has been shifted to a day earlier on Thursday at 9pm instead.
The usual Monday and Wednesday episodes remain in place at 8pm.
Emmerdale viewers will get to see their soap episodes on all of the same days, but will have to tune in half an hour earlier on Friday when it will air at 7pm instead, with the FA Cup coverage beginning at 7.30pm.
This isn't the first time that soap viewers have been shifted around to make way for football fans - the soaps were subject to changing schedules during the World Cup and Euros over the last two years.
Soaps were also moved around in September after the Queen's death and during the national period of mourning.
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This week in Corrie, viewers will see the racist extremism plot continue to unfold with Max arrested on suspicion of incitement to murder after a scary incident at a refugee drop-in session at Speed Daal.
Daisy is also in for a turbulent time in the run-up to her wedding as her mum Christina turns up both unannounced and unwelcome.
Meanwhile, in the Dales Emmerdale fans will see how Priya's exit storyline will play out when she is offered an exciting new job in London - but at the expense of an annoyed Leyla, who was originally lined up for the role.
Soap schedules are expected to follow their usual times next week.