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Premier League Wednesday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

man united 600x448 Premier League Wednesday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

We’re set for the busiest day in the 2013/14 Premier League season so far, with nine matches all kicking off. If you live in the United Kingdom, only one of the games is televised (Swansea-Newcastle on BT Sport). For those of you living in the United States, all nine matches are on deck.

Here’s the TV/Internet schedule for today’s matches:

Wednesday, December 4:

Man United vs Everton, 2:45pm, NBCSN and Mun2
Arsenal vs Hull, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Stoke vs Cardiff, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunderland vs Chelsea, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Southampton vs Aston Villa, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Swansea vs Newcastle, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Liverpool vs Norwich, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
West Brom vs Man City, 3pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra
Fulham vs Tottenham, 3pm, Premier League Extra Time & NBC Sports Live Extra

Before, during or after today’s games, join the conversation in the comments section below.


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