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FRI, 8PM ET
COL2
CHI2
SAT, 9:30AM ET
BVB3
BRE2
SAT, 12:30PM ET
BARCA2
DEPO2
SAT, 7:30PM ET
FTL0
CAR1
SUN, 10AM ET
HULL0
MUFC0
SUN, 2PM ET
RAC
IND
  1. Championship Sunday, Premier League gameweek 38: TV times and open thread

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    The final day of the 10-month Premier League season is here. And unfortunately, it’ll all be over in a flash, so no matter which team you support, savor every moment before the long summer arrives.
    Here’s today’s TV schedule for viewers/readers in the United States. All matches kick off at 10am ET.
    Hull City v. Manchester United, NBC, Arlo White, Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux
    Chelsea v. Sunderland, NBCSN, Peter Drury and Jim Beglin
    Newcastle v. West Ham United, USA, Jim Proudfoot and Danny Mills
    Stoke City v. Liverpool, Syfy, Gary Taphouse and Garry Birtles
    Everton v. Tottenham, CNBC, Gary Weaver and Barry Horne
    Manchester City…

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  2. NBC’s ‘Championship Sunday’ is a misnomer

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    If you speak with someone from the UK that’s older than 35, you may hear them rarely utter the phrase “Chelsea won the Championship” or something similar to “I remember when Blackburn Rovers won the Championship” before they catch themselves and realize the error … Continue reading