We’ve got four matches today in the Premier League involving six sides in the top 8. A win for any of those 6 teams will certainly do them a huge favor — Liverpool and Chelsea can both narrow the gap behind Arsenal to 4 points. Manchester United could leapfrog into fifth place. With a win today, Manchester City could move into second. And the same can be said for Southampton.
The implications of today’s results could make a significant difference to each club’s run of form as we enter December, as matches come at a furious pace (with a full list of EPL fixtures scheduled over Tuesday and Wednesday this week, just as one example).
Today’s matches that will be shown live on US television and Internet are (Eastern Time):
Sunday, December 1:
Tottenham vs Man United, 7am, NBC Sports Network
Hull vs Liverpool, 9am, NBC Sports Network
Chelsea vs Southampton, 11am, NBC Sports Network
Man City vs Swansea, 11am, Premier League Extra Time
Match of the Day 2, 11pm, NBC Sports Network
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