SAT, 7:45AM ET
WHU2
MCFC1
SAT, 10AM ET
LIV0
HULL0
SAT, 10AM ET
SUN0
ARS2
SAT, 10AM ET
SOU1
STO0
SAT, 12PM ET
REAL3
BARCA1
SAT, 12:30PM ET
SWA2
LEI0

TV Ratings For Manchester United v Spurs On ESPN2

espn2 logo TV Ratings For Manchester United v Spurs On ESPN2

Last week’s match at Old Trafford between two in-form teams — Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur — was broadcast on ESPN2 in the United States. Regarding the number of viewers the 7:30am ET game got, it garnered a viewing audience of 388,000 and achieved a 0.3 rating.

The audience of 388,000 definitely puts the game in the top 10 highest viewing numbers for Premier League games on ESPN2 this season.

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One Response to TV Ratings For Manchester United v Spurs On ESPN2

  1. Nancy says:

    Recently we visited Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia, they were having the Bassmasters competition. I thought I saw something saying it was to be televised today (May 1st) but not sure of the time. We tried to find it listed on the TV schedule, but regretfully we failed to do so. Could you help us out? Did you show it already and if so will there be a chance of a re-run or finding it schedued elsewhere?

    Sincerely,
    Nancy

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