Aug 13, 2013, 3:44 PM EDT
For those eagle-eyed observers out there, you may have noticed we added a countdown clock to our homepage at PST.
We’re pretty excited about the start of the new Premier League season. Not long to go now.
In fact there’s less than four days until the start of the 2013-14 Premier League campaign and we’ve been very busy previewing every aspect of the new season over here at PST.
Check out our extensive team-by-team previews. While we have also started counting down five players to watch in each position this term. The goalkeepers and defenders have been covered… more to come in the next few days.
So, four days from today – on Saturday, August 17 – NBC Sports Group kicks off the most ambitious, extensive and comprehensive coverage of the Premier League available anywhere in the world. Coverage begins at 7 AM ET on NBC Sports Network with the Liverpool-Stoke City match and continues throughout the season on the networks of NBCUniversal, on the Premier League Extra Time bonus TV package, and streamed on NBC Sports Live Extra.
Find out the TV schedule for all the games live on NBC Sports.
PREMIER LEAGUE NUMBER OF THE DAY: 4
Newly promoted Crystal Palace have earned promotion to the Premier League on 4 separate occasions. Palace hope that this Premier League stay lasts longer than their previous stints, each of which lasted just one season.
Over at NBCSports.com, they caught up with NBC Sports’ Premier League analyst Kyle Martino and asked him a few questions ahead of the new season. Here’s what the former US national team and MLS star had to say.
What I am most looking forward to this Premier League season is…
One of the most wide-open title races since the Premier League’s founding in 1992.
I am preparing for this season of telecasts by…
Only looking up from my phone or laptop to eat.
Before I go on air, I need…
1 gallon of hairspray and a high-five.
There is no way…
[Crystal] Palace are staying up.
If I’m not watching soccer…
I’m figuring out why I’m not watching soccer.
NBC Sports Group will make available in the United States all 380 games from the Premier League. That’s more than anywhere else on the globe (including the U.K.). All games will be preceded and followed by Premier League Live pre- and post-match shows from the NBC Sports Group International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn.
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