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WATCH: Premier League TV schedule – Week 33

Apr 4, 2014, 2:10 PM EDT

Where and how to watch every PL game on NBC Sports:

It’s Friday, you’re heading home from the office and the moment you’ve been looking forward to all week has arrived.

Premier League action on NBC Sports is upon us my friends.

On Saturday title contenders Manchester City kick things off with a tricky home match against in-form Southampton, which you can watch live on NBCSN at 7:45 a.m ET. Then we switch to the North East, a Newcastle host Manchester United in a massive game at St. James’ Park which you can watch live on NBCSN at 10 a.m. ET. To round off Saturday in style, Chelsea host Stoke City live on NBC at 12:30 p.m. ET as the Blues need a win to stay in the hunt for the PL title.

Sunday sees two big clashes at the top, as Everton host Arsenal at 8:30 a.m. ET on CNBC with a place in the top four up for grabs at Goodison. Then Liverpool head to West Ham on NBCSN at 11 a.m. ET, as Brendan Rodgers‘ side aim to stay top of the standings. Finally, on Monday Tottenham host Sunderland live on NBCSN at 3 p.m. ET with both teams badly needing a win to get out of a slump.

You can watch NBC Sports Group 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

SATURDAY

7:45 a.m. ET: Manchester City vs. Southampton – NBCSN
10 a.m. ET: Newcastle United vs. Manchester United – NBCSN
10 a.m. ET: Hull City vs. Swansea City – Premier League Extratime
10 a.m. ET: Cardiff City vs. Crystal Palace – Premier League Extratime
10 a.m. ET: Norwich City vs. West Bromwich Albion – Premier League Extratime
10 a.m. ET: Aston Villa vs. Fulham – Premier League Extratime
12:30 p.m. ET: Chelsea vs. Stoke City – NBC

SUNDAY

8:30 a.m. ET: Everton vs. Arsenal – NBCSN
11 a.m. ET: West Ham vs. Liverpool – CNBC

MONDAY

3 p.m. ET: Tottenham vs. Sunderland – NBCSN

  1. thedeadlockvictim - Apr 4, 2014 at 2:21 PM

    I think you mean one hour earlier than last week. The UK does turn their clocks ahead one hour (British Summer Time), which took place last weekend, three weeks after Daylight Saving Time in the US.

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