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WATCH: Premier League TV Schedule – Week 27

Feb 21, 2014, 2:43 PM EDT

When and where to watch all the PL games during Round 27:

It’s Friday, 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 belter between Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge, live on NBCSN at 7:45am ET, then we switch over to USA with Arsenal vs. Sunderland live at 10am ET. Following that is a cracker down at Selhurst Park as Crystal palace take on Manchester United at 12:30pm ET live on NBC.


On Sunday the action continues as Liverpool host Swansea city at 8:30am ET on NBCSN, which is followed by Norwich City vs. Tottenham Hotspur at 11am ET.

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.



7:45am ET: Chelsea vs. Everton – NBCSN
10am ET: Arsenal vs. Sunderland – USA
10am ET: Cardiff City vs. Hull City  – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: Manchester City vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: West Brom vs. Fulham – Premier League Extratime
10am ET: West Ham vs. Southampton – Premier League Extratime
12:30pm ET: Crystal Palace vs. Manchester United – NBC


8:30am ET: Newcastle United vs. Aston Villa – Premier League Extratime
8:30am ET: Liverpool vs. Swansea City – NBCSN
11am ET: Norwich City vs. Tottenham – NBCSN

  1. djp141 - Feb 21, 2014 at 7:17 PM

    Dang, I really wanted to watch Fulham/WBA. Not happening here.

  2. dlautzen - Feb 24, 2014 at 10:12 AM

    Hi–can you clarify NBC’s policy on replays? Is there a way to know beforehand which matches will be replayed on Live Extra and which will not?

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