This Morning, Loose Women and Lorraine to be taken off air in schedule shake-up – and viewers will be furious | The Sun

ITV1 has revealed a huge shake-up to its schedule that will see major shows dropped.

The channel has reshuffled its running order to make way for the FIFA World Cup, which kicks off this weekend.

Footy fans will rejoice next Wednesday when Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women will all be given the day off to make way for Morocco against Croatia and Germany versus Japan.

The following day Lorraine and This Morning will be axed again in favour of Switzerland against Cameroon, however, Loose Women will return in its usual slot.

While on Friday 25th it will be business as usual on the channel, which will no doubt be music to the ears of non-football fans.

Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness are among the mega names confirmed as ITV pundits for the World Cup in Qatar.


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The iconic trio have been delighted footy fans with their hot takes for years.

And they are sure to provide more entertainment this winter as England look for a first World Cup win since 1966.

At the weekend, Man Utd legends Neville and Keane had a huge bust-up over Cristiano Ronaldo's future.

Liverpool icon Souness is no stranger to heated debates either.

And it will be a lively occasion as the globe's top teams compete for football's greatest prize.

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Joining the trio are former Arsenal striker Ian Wright and ex-Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole.

Wales hero Hal-Robson Kanu and Man City favourite Nigel de Jong will also be taking to the studio.

And three icons of the women's game will be present too, with Eni Aluko and Karen Carney joined by Nadia Nadim.

Meanwhile, there are three main presenters in Mark Pougatch, Laura Woods and Seema Jaswal.

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