Oct 5, 2013, 10:00 PM EDT
There are four games this Sunday in the Barclays Premier League, and every single one of the them has the potential to be a right humdinger.
So, below is the information on where you can watch all four and a few snippets to watch out for in Sunday’s bumper slate of action.
And don’t forget if you can’t get to a TV, you can watch every single PL game live online via NBC Sport Live Extra.
Norwich City vs, Chelsea – 8:30am EST, live on NBCSN
Chelsea make the trip to Carrow Road fresh from success in the UEFA Champions League. Jose Mourinho’s side beat Steaua Bucharest 4-0 in midweek and Juan Mata looks like a player reborn after being handed a start in Romania. The Canaries got a great win at Stoke City last weekend, can the sneak something against the Blues with their solid defensive style?
Southampton vs. Swansea City – 8:30am EST, live on Premier League Extra Time
The Saints are searching for three wins on the spin, as the leagues tightest defense looks to shutout free-flowing Swansea when they head to St. Mary’s. Rickie Lambert and Pablo Osvaldo were both on the scoresheet last time out against Crystal Palace, but Swansea will be a very tough test for the Saints. Michael Laudrup‘s men beat St. Gallen in the Europa League on Thursday… but will that affect their small squad?
Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Ham – 11:00am EST, live on Premier League Extra Time
For the second weekend in a row, a passionate London derby awaits at White Hart Lane. Spurs will be the heavy favorites, with their deluge of attacking options an embarrassment of riches compared to West Ham. The Hammers have struggled up front after Andy Carroll got injured, and Big Sam’s men need a big result against their neighbors. Can Christian Eriksen and co. keep Spurs’ good start going?
West Bromwich Albion vs. Arsenal – 11:00am EST, live on NBCSN
The Gunners have momentarily dropped to second following Saturday’s games, but they could climb back to the summit of the PL with a win at the Hawthorns. Following Jack Wilshere‘s midweek ‘indiscretion’ outside a pub, will Arsenal have a hangover after a 2-0 win over Napoli in the Champions League? And can West Brom beat Manchester United and Arsenal in consecutive weeks? Steve Clarke‘s men are back on form and looking good.
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