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Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 27

nbc epl commitment Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 27

The commentators have been announced for this weekend’s Premier League matches on US television.

Saturday, February 22:

Chelsea vs Everton, 7:45am, NBCSN; Peter Drury & Jim Beglin
Arsenal vs Sunderland, 10am, USA Network; Gary Weaver & Tony Gale
Cardiff vs Hull, 10am, Premier League Extra Time; David Stowell & Barry Horne
Manchester City vs Stoke, 10am, Premier League Extra Time; Daniel Mann & Trevor Francis
West Brom vs Fulham, 10am, Premier League Extra Time; Joe Speight & Dean Sturridge
West Ham vs Southampton, 10am, Premier League Extra Time; Gary Taphouse & Ray Houghton
Crystal Palace vs Manchester United, 12:30pm, NBC; Arlo White & Lee Dixon

Sunday, February 23:

Liverpool vs Swansea, 8:30am, NBCSN; Arlo White & Graeme Le Saux
Newcastle United vs Aston Villa, 8:30am, Premier League Extra Time; Bill Leslie & David Pleat
Norwich vs Spurs, 11am, NBCSN; Jon Champion & Efan Ekoku

In one notable change, MLS lead play-by-play announcer John Strong hosts Premier League Live pre-game, halftime and post-game shows instead of Steve Bower (who has presumably returned to England to take up his duties for the BBC).

What are your thoughts on the selection of commentators this weekend? Let us know in the comments section below.

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