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Where To Find Chelsea v Liverpool On U.S. TV This Weekend

clock changes time Where To Find Chelsea v Liverpool On U.S. TV This Weekend

Don’t forget that this Sunday morning the clocks are going back one hour in England, which means that all games between Sunday and November 2nd will be shown one hour later than usual for those of us watching from the United States. The games will return to their regularly scheduled time difference on November 2nd when the clocks in the United States go back one hour.

For this Sunday’s matches in particular, it’ll mean that the kick-off times will be as follows:

  • Chelsea v Liverpool, 9:30am ET, Setanta Sports [live]
  • Manchester City v Stoke, 11am ET, Fox Soccer Channel [tape delayed at 6pm ET]
  • Tottenham v Bolton, 11am ET, not televised in the US
  • Wigan v Aston Villa, 11am ET, not televised in the US
  • West Ham v Arsenal, Noon ET, Fox Soccer Channel [live]
  • Portsmouth v Fulham, 1pm ET, Setanta Sports [live]

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