FRI, 2:30PM ET
MAR
NAN
FRI, 2:30PM ET
SOC
ELC
FRI, 2:30PM ET
FRE
STU
SAT, 7:45AM ET
WBA
ARS
SAT, 10AM ET
MUFC
HULL
SAT, 10AM ET
SWA
CRY

Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches Today and Tomorrow: Gameweek 31 Midweek Matches

nbc epl Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches Today and Tomorrow: Gameweek 31 Midweek Matches

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

Tuesday, March 25:

Manchester United vs Manchester City, 3:45pm, NBCSN; Arlo White & Graeme Le Saux
Arsenal vs Swansea, 3:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Gary Taphouse & Davie Provan
Newcastle vs Everton, 3:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Ian Crocker & Dean Sturridge

Wednesday, March 26:

West Ham United vs Hull City, 3:45pm, Premier League Extra Time; Jonathan Beck & Garry Birtles
Liverpool vs Sunderland, 4pm, NBCSN; Martin Tyler & Danny Mills

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

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3 Responses to Commentators for NBC’s Premier League Matches Today and Tomorrow: Gameweek 31 Midweek Matches

  1. Ianor says:

    Great news legendry martin tyler will be doing the livsun match tomorrow. Worthly to watch.

  2. bill says:

    Whu vs hull – the commentator keeps saying the handball before the goal is “handball” because of where it is on the pitch and the advantage it gave to whu. Neither factors relate to the rules of football. Did it it touch the hand/arm? Yes. Was it intentional? No. Therefore not “handball”. Why does the commentator not know this? Not up to the job.

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