WATCH: Premier League TV Schedule – Week 7

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It’s that time of the week again, you’re heading home from work on a Friday night and already you’re planning what Premier League games you will wake up to watch on a lazy Saturday morning.

Life is great.

There are some huge games coming your way in Week 7, with Manchester City and Everton kicking things off at 7:45am live on NBCSN, Liverpool hosting Crystal Palace at 10am ET on NBCSN and Jozy Alitdore’s Sunderland playing against Manchester United at 12:30pm ET, also on on NBCSN.

You can watch NBC Sports Network for our feature games and remember watch every single second of every single game is live online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.

Below are the details of where and when you can watch every game in Week 7, and you will definitely want to bookmark the NBC Sports Live Extra page, as that’s where you can watch every single Premier League game this season.

Via your TV you can watch the games live on Premier League Extra Time.

Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming weekend. Enjoy.

FULL TV SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

7:45 am EST: Manchester City vs. Everton *NBCSN

10:00 am EST: Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace *NBCSN

10:00 am EST: Fulham vs. Stoke *Premier League Extra Time

10:00 am EST:  Hull vs. Aston Villa *Premier League Extra Time

10:00 am EST: Cardiff vs. Newcastle *Premier League Extra Time

12:30 pm EST: Sunderland vs. Manchester United *NBCSN

SUNDAY

8:30am EST: Norwich City vs. Chelsea *NBCSN

8:30am EST: Southampton vs. Swansea City *Premier League Extra Time

11:00am EST: Tottenham vs. West Ham *Premier League Extra Time

11:00am EST: West Brom vs. Arsenal *NBCSN

Soccer world reacts to the Manchester attacks

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NBC News is reporting that at least 19 people have been killed and another 50 are injured following a possible suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.

Multiple senior U.S. intelligence officials who are monitoring British authorities told NBC News that preliminary reports indicate that a single explosion took place outside the arena on the southwest side opposite the train station. The explosion occurred as the concert ended, catching people as they exited.

Soccer personalities around the world are reacting to the horrible event.

Juventus purchases Cuadrado from Chelsea

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If you didn’t realize Juan Cuadrado still belonged to Chelsea, you’re forgiven.

The Colombian attacker will complete his second season at Juventus after the UEFA Champions League Final against Real Madrid, and won’t be headed back to Chelsea afterwards.

Juve has purchased Cuadrado, and the fee is $22 million, and Juve will pay it over three seasons. Cuadrado, 28, is now signed through 2020 with The Old Lady.

Cuadrado first went on loan to Juve in Aug. 2015, and has eight goals and 18 assists in 83 career appearances with the club.

Chelsea bought Cuadrado from Fiorentina for around $32 million in the January 2015 transfer window, but made just 14 appearances with the club.

Report: Jermain Defoe meeting with Bournemouth

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Sky Sports is reporting that Jermain Defoe may head back to the south of England following Sunderland’s relegation.

Defoe, 34, spent two seasons with Portsmouth between 2008-09, scoring 15 goals in 31 appearances.

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The 56-times capped England striker had a clause in his Sunderland contract allowing him to leave the Stadium of Light were the Black Cats to be relegated, as they were this season. He’d have little interest in dropping into the Championship given his desire to stay a part of the England squad ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

Bournemouth’s strike corps includes Joshua King, who scored the most goals of any player not on a Top Seven side this season. King’s 16 goals were one more than Defoe’s 15, though the latter scored just one goal following a brace against Crystal Palace on Feb. 4.

Chelsea’s Conte wins pair of top managerial honors

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Antonio Conte took league and national honors from the League Managers Association on Monday night.

The Chelsea boss was named Premier League Manager of the Year and Manager of the Year after leading the Blues to the PL title and an FA Cup Final in his first year on the job.

Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton nabbed another Championship boss of the year award after leading the Gulls to the Premier League. He also won the honor with Newcastle United in 2010.

The League One winner is Chris Wilder of Sheffield United. Wilder won the honor with Northampton Town last season.

In League Two, Paul Cook of Portsmouth was named the winner.