Aug 3, 2013, 10:40 AM EST
So, there is exactly two weeks to go until the new Premier League season arrives on NBC Sports.
Excited? Of course you are.
Make sure you visit NBCSports.com and right here at ProSoccerTalk as we build up to what will be an incredible season of action. Don’t forget, you can watch every single Premier League game live on NBC Sports Network and the NBC Sports Group.
You may still need to pick a Premier League team to support this season, or perhaps just want the latest info on how each club will fare. Relax. We’ve got you covered. These short videos will give you a quick reminder on what each team is about as the 2013-14 campaign is fast approaching.
First up: Arsenal.
And there will be plenty more Premier League previews in the next two weeks. Keep calm… this season is almost upon us.
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