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Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 7: Open Thread

say no Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 7: Open Thread

Four matches to savor and enjoy today before we have two weeks of no Premier League football due to the dreaded international break.

Hopefully today’s action can be at least as good as yesterday’s matches.

Southampton vs Fulham, 8:30am, FOX Soccer
Liverpool vs Stoke, 10am, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go
Tottenham vs Aston Villa, 10am, FOX Soccer 2Go
Newcastle United vs Manchester United, 11am, FOX Soccer and, on tape delay, on FOX either at 2pm ET or 4:30pm ET

The early kick-off between Southampton and Fulham should be an entertaining match filled with goals. That’s followed by a choice of either Tottenham against Aston Villa or Liverpool against Stoke. Both matches have their pluses, but I wouldn’t write off either Aston Villa or Stoke in these two.

Last but not least, we have the big match of the day between Newcastle United and Manchester United at 11am ET, live on FOX Soccer. This one promises to be a high-scoring match. For viewers in the United States, the game will also be shown on tape delay on the free-to-air FOX network later this afternoon (check your local listings).

Before, during or after today’s Premier League matches, post your rants, raves, questions or observations in the comments section below.


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