Premier League Tuesday, Gameweek 26: Open Thread

There’s no rest for the wicked, as there’s another full schedule of Premier League matches today and tomorrow, followed by the FA Cup this weekend, and then the return of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League next week. Phew!

Here are this afternoon’s matches on US TV and Internet:

Cardiff vs Aston Villa, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time
Hull vs Southampton, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time
West Ham vs Norwich, 2:45pm, Premier League Extra Time
West Brom vs Chelsea, 3pm, NBCSN

Check out the schedule for tomorrow’s matches and the ones for the remainder of the season on our Premier League TV schedule page.

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

12 thoughts on “Premier League Tuesday, Gameweek 26: Open Thread”

  1. Huddersfield v Forest, can’t your boys making it 16 games unbeaten tonight jtm.

    Millwall and Yeovil, lose that one Smokey and you’ll know if you’ve got the Leicester Holloway or not.

    Good call on the Hull v Southampton game, two evenly matched sides.

    1. Decent point off another team in the mire, but we’ve played more games than those around us and our goal difference is abysmal. Need to start taking 3 points from the likes of Yoevil if we are not to join them in league 1.

  2. Watching Cardiff vs Aston Villa here, hoping that the Villans can put the sword into Cardiff. But with it being nil-nil so far, I might switch over to Hull vs Southampton soon unless someone else can recommend a better game so far.

  3. Hats off Steve clark! Never seen before a manager discussing the way his club sacked giving all the informations. Great choice by pltv choosing tonight gary lineaker as presenter.

  4. Jon champion said “chelsea had replaced as the book makers in uk to win the tittle” 12 games to go four points clear. I think its mourinho’s that won the tittle not chelsea.

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