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ESPN2 to Televise Manchester and North London Derbies Next Week

 ESPN2 to Televise Manchester and North London Derbies Next Week

ESPN has been patient throughout this entire 2009-2010 Premier League season in regards to which matches they’ve been able to televise live on ESPN2. For the vast majority of games, they were B- level or C-level Premier League matches. But finally after their recent record-breaking Manchester United against Chelsea broadcast, they finally got a massive match featuring two big teams, and now they”ve got several matches coming up soon which should continue to garner big TV ratings.

In fact, they’ll be showing three live Premier League matches on ESPN within five days. The games will be: Chelsea versus Bolton, 3pm ET on Tuesday, April 13; Tottenham against Arsenal, 3pm ET on Wednesday, April 14 and Manchester City versus Manchester United at 7:45am ET on Saturday, April 17. Schedules are subject to change.

ESPN picked up the mid-week games because the Spurs versus Arsenal game was originally scheduled for a weekend but was moved because of Tottenham’s FA Cup run.

View the most updated schedule of Premier League matches on US television to see which games will be available on which channel from now until the end of the season.


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