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Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Week: Gameweek 14

brian moore commentator Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Week: Gameweek 14

Here’s the line-up of commentators for gameweek 14 of Premier League matches on US television across the NBC Sports Group networks this week:

Tuesday, December 3:

Crystal Palace vs West Ham, 3pm, NBCSN; Jon Champion & Mark Bright

Wednesday, December 4:

Man United vs Everton, 2:45pm, NBCSN and Mun2; Arlo White & Lee Dixon
Arsenal vs Hull, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Rob Hawthorne & Tony Gale
Stoke vs Cardiff, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Daniel Mann & Dean Sturridge
Sunderland vs Chelsea, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Bill Leslie & Alan Curbishley
Southampton vs Aston Villa, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Tony Jones & Ray Houghton
Swansea vs Newcastle, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Gary Taphouse & Barry Horne
Liverpool vs Norwich, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Gary Weaver & Garry Birtles
West Brom vs Man City, 3pm, Premier League Extra Time; Peter Drury & Gary O’Reilly
Fulham vs Tottenham, 3pm, Premier League Extra Time; Ian Crocker & Trevor Francis

Bookmark the Premier League TV schedule guide for upcoming TV and Internet times.


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