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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 11: Open Thread

number 11 Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 11: Open Thread

Whisper it quietly, but today’s the last Saturday of Premier League football for two weeks due to the international break, so enjoy it while you can.

Chelsea have the opportunity to close the gap with Arsenal to two points with a win against West Bromwich Albion today. Liverpool are currently tied on points with Chelsea but have a -1 goal difference compared to Mourinho’s team, so the Reds could leapfrog Chelsea even if the Blues win if Liverpool can stuff a dire Fulham side.

Here are today’s Premier League fixtures with TV times for viewers in the U.S.:

Saturday, November 9:

Chelsea vs West Brom, 10am, NBC Sports Network
Aston Villa vs Cardiff, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Crystal Palace vs Everton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Liverpool vs Fulham, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Southampton vs Hull, 10am, Premier League Extra Time
Norwich vs West Ham, 12:30pm, NBC
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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