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NBC Sports Announces TV Schedule for Premier League Season Finale

championship sunday nbc NBC Sports Announces TV Schedule for Premier League Season Finale

After today’s emphatic win by Manchester City against Aston Villa that puts the Citizens in the driving seat to win the 2013/14 Premier League title, NBC Sports has announced its schedule of 10 live matches that will be shown across the NBC networks on Sunday beginning at 10am ET.

The games will be shown as follows:

Manchester City vs West Ham, 10am, NBC and Telemundo
Liverpool vs Newcastle, 10am, NBCSN and mun2
Cardiff vs Chelsea, 10am, CNBC
Fulham vs Crystal Palace, 10am, E!
Hull vs Everton, 10am, Bravo
Norwich vs Arsenal, 10am, MSNBC
Southampton vs Manchester United, 10am, SyFy
Sunderland vs Swansea, 10am, Esquire
Spurs vs Aston Villa, 10am, USA
West Brom vs Stoke, 10am, Oxygen

In the only two matches that really matter on Sunday, Manchester City can win the title with a draw or a win, while Liverpool can win the title by hoping West Ham beats City and Liverpool beats Newcastle. Ultimately, either Manchester City or Liverpool will be crowned champions on Sunday.

NBCUniversal’s “Championship Sunday” coverage kicks off May 11 at 9 a.m. ET with an exclusive Premier League Live pregame show on CNBC featuring Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Mustoe, Robbie Earle and Kyle Martino.

Lowe, Mustoe, Earle and Martino will return following the matches for a special Goal Zone season wrap-up postgame show on NBC at 12 Noon ET.  NBCSN will simulcast Goal Zone. At 2:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN wraps up the day’s coverage with a special Premier League Live: The Champions.

A special one-hour Premier League Countdown: Championship Sunday preview show airs Saturday at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN featuring Lowe, Mustoe, Earle and Martino.

Heading into “Championship Sunday,” more than 30.5 million Americans have tuned into NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Premier League in 2013-14 – more than double the 13.3 million who tuned in last season on ESPN/ESPN2/Fox Soccer.

Bookmark the Premier League TV schedule, which is updated each week throughout the entire year.

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