Aug 20, 2013, 12:02 AM EST
In each of our match recaps (like today’s Manchester City-Newcastle post), we’ve gone back and put the highlights at the top of the post, a practice we’ll continue throughout the season. So if you’re stayed with ProSoccerTalk through your Premier League match day, you’ve probably already watched highlights from all 10 games.
If, however, you haven’t gotten to them and are looking for a slightly more condensed version of the action, this will help. Quickly reviewing all 10 league games, this clip serves as a nice jumping off point, helping you decide where to dig deeper to get caught up on the weekend’s action.
The Premier League resumes play on Wednesday, with Chelsea hosting Aston Villa, a match that rescheduled because of the Blues’ participation in the UEFA Super Cup. Chelsea are also involved in next weekend’s big match, with José Mourinho taking to his team to Old Trafford seven days from now.
Both matches will be on NBCSN.
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