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Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 15: Open Thread

 Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 15: Open Thread

Sunday’s Premier League clashes feature two games that could have a big impact on league positions. The early kick-off pits Newcastle United at home against Chelsea. The Blues will be desperate for a win to keep themselves in the running for the league title. Newcastle will meanwhile try to see if they can repeat what they did against Chelsea earlier this season in the Carling Cup when the Toon beat Chelsea.

In the second match of the day, Tottenham Hotspur take on Liverpool at Anfield. Come back to the EPL Talk homepage during the game for a live blog courtesy of EPL Talk blogger Jonathon Feyerherm. And anytime Sunday feel free to post your questions, comments, rants or observations in the comments section below.

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8 Responses to Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 15: Open Thread

  1. BA14 says:

    you have got to be kidding me. newcastle up 1-0 after 7 minutes.

  2. aol says:

    Anyone having trouble with the feed for the Chelsea-Newcastle game? It’s made watching the game nearly unwatchable as the picture keeps skipping all over the place. Tried multiple browsers and a second computer and the same problem is present.

    Really frustrating if this is them and we are paying for it.

    • Drew M. says:

      Same problem here.

      • aol says:

        Well, the fixed the skipping issue and now the announcers/sound is more than a second ahead of the action…this is brutal to watch.

        • John R says:

          I wrote in to about this issue as it is becoming a constant problem with their service. I’ll let yall know of any response.

          I really wanted to watch this game, but all i get is choppy audio and no video. Even if the picture clears up, the delays between audio and video have been persistent, and is unacceptable. Its pushing me closer and closer to canceling a service that i would absolutely love and happily pay for if it only consistently worked properly. I know, too much to ask it seems.

  3. C Dub says:

    Not much worse than waking up at 5:30 to watch Newcastle/Chelsea on FSP -HD and having no picture the first 15 minutes. Somebody dropped the ball….(beside Alex).

  4. Looks like Chelsea have gone off the boil just as United hit form

  5. Ivan says:

    The Premier League is a grueling league, and after an explosive start by Chelsea, it was clear that they were bound to suffer a dip in form. They looked uninspired today…even Drogba was a shadow of himself…I expect them to be a different team when Terry and Fat Franklin return to the side…
    Poll of the day: the “LIVE” broadcast of Tottenham-Liverpool on FSC will have the following delay:
    A. No delay, an actual “LIVE” boradcast. Hallelujah!
    B. The usual 2-4 minute delay.
    C. With all the stoppage time in the Lazio game, we are looking into 5 + minutes of delay.

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