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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 33: Open Thread

number 33 Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 33: Open Thread

With no early match today, all five Premier League games kick off at 10am ET/3pm BST featuring some interesting matchups between clubs near the top versus clubs near the bottom.

For viewers in the United States, all of the matches are televised live on television and/or the Internet. View our TV and Internet guide to find out who’ll be showing which games.

Arsenal play Norwich at the Emirates, while Reading are home against Liverpool. Aston Villa will be fancying their chances against Fulham at Villa Park, which will push them further up the league table.

If QPR has any hope of staying up this season, they’ll need to do the business against Everton at Goodison Park, which is a tall order. Lastly, Southampton have an opportunity to leapfrog into tenth place today if they can beat West Ham United (and if Fulham fails to beat Villa).

Join in the conversations with fellow soccer fans from around the world before, during or after today’s matches in the comments section below.

Have a wonderful Saturday!


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