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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 10: Open Thread

number 10 Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 10: Open Thread

With UEFA Champions League matches returning on Tuesday and Wednesday, that means that the clubs competing in that tournament (i.e. the top clubs) play today in order to rest up before their important European matches. As a result, there are eight matches scheduled today with Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal in action. The top billing goes to the last match of the day between Arsenal and Liverpool.

Here’s today’s schedule:

Saturday, November 2:

Newcastle vs Chelsea, 8:45am, NBCSN
Fulham vs Man United, 11am, NBCSN
Hull vs Sunderland, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
Man City vs Norwich, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
Stoke vs Southampton, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
West Brom vs Crystal Palace, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
West Ham vs Aston Villa, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
Arsenal vs Liverpool, 1:30pm, NBC, mun 2
Match of the Day, 11pm, NBC Sports Network

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation with soccer fans around the world regarding the games being played in the comments section below.

Have a wonderful Saturday!


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