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Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 30

nbc epl commitment Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches This Weekend: Gameweek 30

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

Saturday, March 15:

Hull City vs Manchester City, 8:45am, NBCSN; Daniel Mann & Dean Sturridge
Everton vs Cardiff, 11am, NBCSN; Gary Weaver & Barry Horne
Fulham vs Newcastle, 11am, Premier League Extra Time; Gary Taphouse & Tony Gale
Southampton vs Norwich, 11am, Premier League Extra Time; Jonathan Beck & Efan Ekoku
Stoke vs West Ham, 11am, Premier League Extra Time; Joe Speight & Trevor Francis
Sunderland vs Crystal Palace, 11am, Premier League Extra Time; David Stowell & Brian Little
Swansea vs West Brom, 11am, Premier League Extra Time; Tony Jones & Garry Birtles
Aston Villa vs Chelsea, 1:30pm, NBCSN; Steve Banyard & David Pleat

Sunday, March 16:

Manchester United vs Liverpool, 9:30am, NBCSN; Steve Bower & Tim Howard
Spurs vs Arsenal, Noon, NBCSN; Arlo White & Graeme Le Saux

Read: NBC Makes 3 Important Announcements About This Weekend’s Premier League Games

What are your thoughts about this weekend’s line-up of commentators? Let us know in the comments section below.


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