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WATCH: Premier League TV Schedule – Week 6

Sep 27, 2013, 2:55 PM EDT

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It’s that time of the week again, you’re heading home from work on a Friday night and already you’re planning what Premier League games you will wake up to watch on a lazy Saturday morning.

Life is great.

There are some huge games coming your way in Week 6, with the London Derby between Tottenham and Chelsea kicking things off at 7:45am live on NBCSN and loads more top action coming your way.

You can watch NBC Sports Network for our feature games and remember watch every single second of every single game is live online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.

Below are the details of where and when you can watch every game in Week 5, and you will definitely want to bookmark the NBC Sports Live Extra page, as that’s where you can watch every single Premier League game this season.

Via your TV you can watch the games live on Premier League Extra Time.

Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming weekend. Enjoy.



7:45 am EST: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea *NBCSN

10:00 am EST: Aston Villa vs. Manchester City *NBCSN

10:00 am EST: Southampton vs. Crystal Palace *Premier League Extra Time

10:00 am EST:  Manchester United vs. West Brom *Premier League Extra Time

10:00 am EST: Hull City vs. West Ham *Premier League Extra Time

10:00 am EST: Fulham vs. Cardiff City *Premier League Extra Time

12:30 pm EST: Swansea City vs. Arsenal *NBC


8:30am EST: Stoke City vs. Norwich City *NBCSN

11:00am EST: Sunderland vs. Liverpool *NBCSN


3:00pm EST: Everton vs. Newcastle United *NBCSN

  1. plantlife42 - Sep 27, 2013 at 6:09 PM

    Hey Joe, when will the replays be available? I’ve been following your posts for the last few weeks hoping to see a pattern emerge where NBC makes a clear and easy way to find the replays – and actually has a schedule for when they will be available. I’m on the west coast so most games are way too early for me. Is this on the road map or will it continue to be sporadic entries on prosoccertalk?

    I’m actually not a subscriber yet. I’m still on the fence as to whether i should pay an extra $30-50/month Comcast Cable subscription so i can watch EPL games. If NBC can make the games available on demand, in their actual app, on the same day or at midnight (like FoxSoccer2Go did) then i would seriously consider it. Even better, i would rather just pay for a soccer only subscription and skip Comcast altogether. That’s just dreaming i know!

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