Feb 7, 2014, 2:28 PM EST
It’s Friday night, you’re heading home from the office and the moment you’ve been looking forward to all week has arrived.
The Premier League action on NBC Sports is upon us my friends.
Kicking off the action is a monster clash between Liverpool and Arsenal live on USA at 7:45am ET on Saturday, as Brendan Rodgers‘ Reds aim to down the Gunners and make a late title charge. After that another title contender,Chelsea, is live on USA at 10am ET as they host Newcastle with Jose Mourinho hoping for a big home win.
Then on Saturday at 12:30pm ET on NBC, the massive South Wales derby between Swansea City and Cardiff City comes to you live from the Liberty Stadium as the Swans need a response after sacking manager Michael Laudrup and both teams are languishing at the wrong end of the table.
On Sunday the action continues thick and fast, as Tottenham host Everton live on USA at 8:30am ET, then Manchester United take on Fulham at Old Trafford, live on USA at 11am ET, with both teams desperate for points. What a weekend we have in store across all of NBC’s platforms and even if you’re on the go, you won’t miss a thing.
You can watch NBC and USA 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 days. Enjoy.
FULL TV SCHEDULE
7:45am ET: Liverpool vs. Arsenal – USA
10am ET: Chelsea vs. Newcastle United – USA
10am ET: Aston Villa vs. West Ham United – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: Crystal Palace vs. West Brom – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: Norwich City vs. Manchester City – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: Southampton vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: Sunderland vs. Hull City – Premier League Extratime
12:30pm ET: Swansea City vs. Cardiff City – NBC
8:30am ET: Tottenham vs. Everton – USA
11am ET: Manchester United vs. Fulham – USA
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