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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 1: Open Thread

newcastle united Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 1: Open Thread

The time has finally arrived. A new Premier League season is upon us after a lengthy summer wait.

With six Premier League matches to choose from today, five of which are played at 10am ET, and the Newcastle against Arsenal as the late kick-off, there’s plenty to choose from.

As in previous seasons, we want to open up EPL Talk to your rants, raves, observations and questions. Feel free to post your opinions in the comments section below. And don’t forget to share your thoughts about the launch of FOX Soccer today (new name, new graphics and more) as well as ESPN2′s changed graphics package and the relaunch of FOXSoccer.tv.

The schedule of games today is:

  • Liverpool v Sunderland, 10am, FOX Soccer (shown on replay on FOX Soccer at 11pm, and available on delay on FOXSoccer.tv at midnight)
  • Fulham v Aston Villa, 10am, ESPN2/ESPN3.com
  • QPR v Bolton, 10am, FOX Soccer Plus and FOXSoccer.tv
  • Wigan v Norwich, 10am, FOXSoccer.tv (shown on delay on FOX Soccer Plus at 2pm)
  • Blackburn v Wolves, 10am, FOXSoccer.tv (shown on delay on FOX Soccer Plus at 4pm)
  • Newcastle United v Arsenal, 12:30pm, FOX Soccer (shown on replay on FOX Soccer at 8pm, and available on delay on FOXSoccer.tv at midnight)

Which games will you be watching?

Note: Don’t forget, if you haven’t done so already, you still have time to sign up for the free 7-day trial to FOXSoccer.tv. You can watch the games live there (more than one at a time, if you wish) or watch them on demand.


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