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US TV Schedule for Premier League Survival Sunday Announced: UPDATED

soccer on tv US TV Schedule for Premier League Survival Sunday Announced: UPDATED

We can now reveal the TV schedule for the final day of the 2010-11 Premier League season for viewers in the United States.

The games shown below will kick-off live at 11am ET Sunday:

  • Manchester United vs Blackpool (ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com)
  • Tottenham vs Birmingham City (Fox Soccer Channel)
  • Wolves v Blackburn (Fox Soccer Plus and FoxSoccer.tv)
  • Fulham v Arsenal, FoxSoccer.tv
  • Stoke v Wigan, FoxSoccer.tv
  • Aston Villa v Liverpool, ESPN3.com
  • Bolton v Man City, ESPN3.com
  • West Ham v Sunderland, ESPN3.com
  • Newcastle v WBA, ESPN3.com
  • Everton v Chelsea, ESPN3.com

*Schedule is subject to change.

Meanwhile, the Championship Playoff Final will be between Swansea City and Reading, and will be shown on Fox Soccer Plus and FoxSoccer.tv on Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day) at 10am ET. The winner will be promoted to the Premier League.


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