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Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 6

brian moore commentator Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 6

For viewers in the United States, the schedule of commentators for this weekend’s matches in the Premier League is as follows:

Saturday, September 28:

Tottenham vs Chelsea, 7:45am, NBC Sports Network — Peter Drury and Clive Allen
Aston Villa vs Man City, 10am, NBC Sports Network — Gary Taphouse and Trevor Francis
Fulham vs Cardiff, 10am, Premier League Extra Time — Joe Speight and Dean Sturridge
Hull vs West Ham, 10am, Premier League Extra Time — Jonathan Beck and Garry Birtles
Man United vs West Brom, 10am, Premier League Extra Time — Gary Weaver and Davie Provan
Southampton vs Crystal Palace, 10am, Premier League Extra Time — Tony Jones and Tony Gale
Swansea vs Arsenal, 12:30pm, NBC — Arlo White and Graeme Le Saux

Sunday, September 29:

Stoke vs Norwich, 8:30am, NBC Sports Network — Jon Champion and Efan Ekoku
Sunderland vs Liverpool, 11am, NBC Sports Network — Arlo White and Graeme Le Saux

Monday, September 30:

Everton vs Newcastle, 3pm, NBC Sports Network — Martin Tyler and Paul Walsh

The most notable commentary news above is that we’ll get a chance to hear the great voice of Martin Tyler announcing a Premier League match once again.


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