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9 Live Survival Sunday Games on 9 FOX Properties, But Which Ones Should Show Which Games?

fox survival sunday 600x339 9 Live Survival Sunday Games on 9 FOX Properties, But Which Ones Should Show Which Games?

UPDATED: We already know that ESPN2 has picked Manchester City against Queens Park Rangers as their match to broadcast live on the final day of the Premier League season, this Sunday at 10am ET, and ESPN’s Ian Darke revealed that FX will show Sunderland versus Manchester United on Sunday. But FOX Soccer and FOX Sports have yet to announce which matches they’ll show on which FOX properties. We know that all nine games available to them will be shown live, and we know which FOX properties will show the games, but which matches will they decide to put on the different channels?

The games that they will show are:

  • Chelsea v Blackburn, 10am ET
  • Everton v Newcastle, 10am ET
  • Norwich v Aston Villa, 10am ET
  • Stoke v Bolton, 10am ET
  • Sunderland v Manchester United, 10am ET (On FX)
  • Swansea v Liverpool, 10am ET
  • Tottenham v Fulham, 10am ET
  • West Brom v Arsenal, 10am ET
  • Wigan v Wolves, 10am ET

The FOX properties that each will be showing one of the above nine games are:

  • FOX Soccer
  • FOX Soccer Plus
  • FX
  • SPEED
  • FSN
  • FUEL
  • FOX Deportes
  • FOX Soccer 2Go
  • FOXSoccer.com
Now, if you were in charge at FOX, which matches would you show on each of the nine channels available? Post your recommendations below, and include your reasons why if you have time.

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