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Gary Lineker And Lee Dixon Feature In Studio Today For NBCSN’s Chelsea-Manchester United Coverage

nbc studio chelsea 600x450 Gary Lineker And Lee Dixon Feature In Studio Today For NBCSNs Chelsea Manchester United Coverage

If you even needed a reason to watch Chelsea against Manchester United today (live at 11am on NBCSN), NBC Sports has the added bonus today of Gary Lineker and Lee Dixon being on-site at Stamford Bridge to bring you even more analysis and insight.

Just as NBC won plaudits for its coverage of the Arsenal-Chelsea game where Gary Lineker was in studio alongside Tim Howard, today’s match between Chelsea and Manchester United will feature Lineker in studio at the stadium, while Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe will broadcast from NBC Sports Group’s International Broadcast Center in Stamford.

Lineker and Dixon will also share their analysis regarding the Swansea-Spurs game, beginning at 8am ET today.

Lead play-by-play voice Arlo White joins former Chelsea defender Graeme Le Saux to call Chelsea v. Manchester United on Sunday on NBCSN at 11 a.m. ET.

nbcsn chelsea studio Gary Lineker And Lee Dixon Feature In Studio Today For NBCSNs Chelsea Manchester United Coverage


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