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NBC Sports Announces TV Coverage Plans for Premier League Season Finale

nbc epl commitment NBC Sports Announces TV Coverage Plans for Premier League Season Finale

NBC Sports has announced its TV coverage plans for the final day of the 2013/14 Premier League season, which will occur on Sunday, May 11 when all twenty teams play in the same time window — 10am-Noon ET.

The 10 Premier League matches will be shown on the following NBC Universal networks:

NBC
NBCSN
USA
CNBC
MSNBC
Bravo
SyFy
Esquire Network
E!
Oxygen

Plus Spanish-language broadcasts of the games will be shown live on:

Telemundo, and
mun2.

Pre-game TV coverage of the Premier League will begin at 9am ET on CNBC, while a post-match wrap-up show will appear on NBC at Noon ET.

All matches will also be available on NBC Sports Live Extra.

Channel assignments for the matches will be determined in early May. The games scheduled for the final day are:

Liverpool vs Newcastle, 10am
Manchester City vs West Ham, 10am
Cardiff vs Chelsea, 10am
Fulham vs Crystal Palace, 10am
Hull vs Everton, 10am
Norwich vs Arsenal, 10am
Southampton vs Manchester United
Sunderland vs Swansea
Spurs vs Aston Villa
West Brom vs Stoke


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