Dec 20, 2013, 11:22 AM EST
It’s that time of the week again, you’re at work on a Friday and you’re already planning what Premier League games you will wake up to watch on a lazy Saturday morning.
Life is great.
Everything kicks off at 7:45am ET on NBCSN as Liverpool have the chance to go top of the table if they beat Cardiff City at Anfield. Then at 10am ET on NBCSN, Fulham host Manchester City at Craven Cottage as Rene Meulensteen’s men aim to steer clear of the relegation zone and thwart City’s hopes of moving closer to the top of the table.
On Sunday, two more games are coming your way on NBCSN as Southampton host Tottenham at 8:30am ET, as the Spurs will play their first PL game since Andre Villas-Boas was sacked. Then at 11am ET Swansea City face Everton at the Liberty Stadium.
And then on Monday it’s the big one, as Arsenal host Chelsea at the Emirates in a massive London derby which could well decide who sits top at Christmas. Tune in to watch that live on NBCSN at 3pm ET.
What an incredible weekend of action we have to look forward to 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
7:45am ET: Liverpool vs. Cardiff City– NBCSN
10am ET: Fulham vs. Man City – NBCSN
10am ET: Manchester United vs. West Ham – Premier League Extra Time
10am ET: Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle – Premier League Extra Time
10am ET: Stoke City vs. Aston Villa – Premier League Extra Time
10am ET: West Brom vs. Hull City – Premier League Extra Time
10am ET: Sunderland vs. Norwich City – Premier League Extra Time
8:30am ET: Southampton vs. Tottenham Hotspur – NBCSN
11am ET: Swansea City vs. Everton – NBCSN
3pm ET: Arsenal vs. Chelsea – NBCSN
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