Sep 14, 2013, 5:00 AM EDT
On Saturday, week 4 of the Premier League season continues with Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace the first game at 7:45am ET, live on NBCSN. At 10am ET Sunderland host Arsenal and new boy Mesut Ozil live on NBCSN, then Everton and Chelsea square off at 12:30pm ET live on NBC.
But in case you can’t be in front of a TV, you can watch every single Premier League game live online and on your mobile device with NBC Sports Live Extra.
Customers with participating cable, satellite and telco TV providers can access the free service, which provides streaming coverage of all live NBC Sports events on both NBC and NBCSN through NBCSports.com/LiveExtra and the NBC Sports Live Extra app for iOS and select Android devices (available at the App Store and Google Play).
And for the first-time this season you can watch every PL game back whenever you want, as we will make each match available on full-game replay. A post on where to find will be coming up later today.
You can watch all of the games below on NBC Sports Live Extra this weekend.
FULL TV SCHEDULE
7:45 am EST: Manchester United v. Crystal Palace (Old Trafford) *NBCSN
10:00 am EST: Sunderland v. Arsenal (Stadium of Light) *NBCSN
10:00 am EST: Aston Villa v. Newcastle United (Villa Park) *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Fulham v. West Brom (Craven Cottage) *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Hull City v. Cardiff City (KC Stadium) *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Tottenham v. Norwich City (White Hart Lane) *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Stoke City v. Manchester City (Britannia Stadium) *Premier League Extra Time
12:30 pm EST: Everton v. Chelsea (Goodison Park) *NBC
11:00am EST: Southampton v. West Ham (St. Mary’s Stadium) *NBCSN
3:00pm: Swansea v. Liverpool (Liberty Stadium) *NBCSN
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