Nov 8, 2013, 1:00 PM EDT
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 11, Chelsea host West Brom at 10am ET on NBCSN to kick things off. Then in the late game on Saturday, Norwich City and West Ham will battle it out live on NBC at 12:30pm ET.
Get ready, because on Sunday we have three massive games back-to-back as Tottenham host Newcastle at 7:00am ET, then Jozy Altidore‘s Sunderland face Manchester City at 9:05am ET on NBCSN, before the most anticipated game of the season begins with Manchester United and Arsenal squaring of at 11:10am ET also on NBCSN.
What an incredible weekend of action we have in store for us, and you won’t miss a thing.
You can watch NBC Sports Network for our feature games and watch every single second of every single game live this season online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.
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.
FULL TV SCHEDULE
10:00 am EST: Chelsea vs. West Brom *NBCSN
10:00 am EST: Aston Villa vs. Cardiff City *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Crystal Palace vs. Everton *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Liverpool vs. Fulham *Premier League Extra Time
10:00 am EST: Southampton vs. Hull City *Premier League Extra Time
12:30 pm EST: Norwich City vs. West Ham United *NBC
7:00am EST: Tottenham Hotspur vs. Newcastle *NBCSN
9:05am EST: Sunderland vs. Manchester City *NBCSN
11:10am EST: Manchester United vs. Arsenal *NBCSN
11:10am EST: Swansea City vs. Stoke City *Premier League Extra Time
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