WATCH: Premier League TV schedule, festive season swings into action

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The Premier League’s festive season begins with a bang this week, as December means one thing in England’s top-flight…

Tons of games.

Lucky for you, every single PL game is live on NBC Sports Network and online via NBC Sports Live Extra.

So while expensive foreign imports shiver on the cold, frosty pitches in the PL throughout December in England, you can watch it all unfold from the comfort of your own home or on the go via the Live Extra app.  For the next two match days our Premier League schedule is set, as a full midweek slate awaits us in Week 14.


Pulsating clashes under the beaming floodlights in some of the most historic soccer stadiums on the planet, does it get any better than this?

Here’s your TV schedule for the next two PL match days as the busy festive period begins.


3pm ET: Crystal Palace vs. West Ham United – NBCSN


2:45pm ET: Manchester United vs. Everton – NBCSN

2:45pm ET: Arsenal  vs. Hull City – Premier League Extra Time

2:45pm ET: Liverpool vs. Norwich City – Premier League Extra Time

2:45pm ET: Southampton vs. Aston Villa – Premier League Extra Time

2:45pm ET: Sunderland vs. Chelsea – Premier League Extra Time

2:45pm ET: Stoke City vs. Cardiff City – Premier League Extra Time

2:45pm ET: Swansea City vs. Newcastle United – Premier League Extra Time

3pm ET: Fulham vs. Tottenham – Premier League Extra Time

3pm ET: West Brom vs. Manchester City – Premier League Extra Time


7:45am ET: Manchester United vs. Newcastle  – NBCSN

10am ET: Southampton vs. Manchester City – NBCSN

10am ET: Crystal Palace vs. Cardiff City – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Liverpool vs. West Ham – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: Stoke City vs. Chelsea – Premier League Extra Time

10am ET: West Brom vs. Norwich City – Premier League Extra Time

12:30pm ET: Sunderland vs. Tottenham – NBCSN


8:30am ET: Fulham vs. Aston Villa – NBCSN

11am ET: Arsenal vs. Everton – NBCSN


3pm ET: Swansea City vs. Hull City – NBCSN

Europa League Preview: Everton, Milan look to make group stage

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Everton look to make it back into the Europa League group stage for the first time since the 2014-2015 season and it has a two-goal advantage heading into the second leg of its tie.

Ronald Koeman and co. travel to Croatia to face Hadjuk Split Thursday having won the first leg at Goodison Park, 2-0. Everton is coming off a hard-fought draw on Monday with Manchester City and will be on short rest heading into the match.

Elsewhere in Europa League action, AC Milan take its 6-0 aggregate lead to Skopje, Macedonia as the legendary club looks to return to the group stage of a European competition for the first time since 2013-2014.

Here’s a look at all of Thursday’s Europa League matches, with the current aggregate scores:


EFL Cup Rewind: Southampton, Newcastle knocked out by Championship sides

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Last season, Southampton made it to the EFL Cup final. This year, it’s a different story.

The Saints were bounced by Wolverhampton Wanderers, 2-0 at home on Wednesday in the second round of the cup. Joining Southampton of Premier League sides going home early was Newcastle, which lost 3-2 after extra time at home against Nottingham Forest.

Four other Premier League sides did advance to the third round, as Stoke City, Huddersfield Town, West Ham United and Burnley all won their fixtures.

Here’s a look at the rest of Wednesday’s EFL Cup action:

Blackburn 0-2 Burnley

Cheltenham 0-2 West Ham

Huddersfield 2-1 Rotherham

Newcastle 2-3 Nottingham Forest

Southampton 0-2 Wolverhampton

Stoke City 4-0 Rochdale

Breaking down who each Premier League team could face in the UCL Group Stage

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The UEFA Champions League group stage lineup is complete, with five Premier League clubs making the list.

On Wednesday, Liverpool joined Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United in the group stage after beating Hoffenheim, 6-3 on aggregate in the playoff qualification round.

Thursday’s Champions League draw (2 p.m. ET) will place clubs into groups of four, where they’ll play three matches at home and away.

Here’s a look at the four coefficient pots and who each Premier League club could face:


Follow Live – Texas Derby, Cascadia Cup headline busy night of MLS action

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Welcome to MLS Rivalry Week.

The surging Houston Dynamo could move to first place in the Western Conference with a win over rivals FC Dallas while the current first-place side, the Seattle Sounders travel north and across the border to face Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

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The Dynamo have made an impressive turnaround under coach Wilmer Cabrera and he’ll have the trio of Ricardo Clark, Alberth Elis and star forward Erick Torres available to face Dallas after missing the Dynamo’s match at Vancouver last weekend, which ended 2-1 in favor of the Whitecaps.

FC Dallas are in its worst form of the season, winless in its last four games, but the team will be extra motivated to beat its rivals.

El Capitan is on the line after draws between FC Dallas and the Dynamo in two matches earlier this season.

Meanwhile up in Vancouver, the Whitecaps host a Sounders squad that pulled out a last-gasp victory last weekend over Minnesota United. While the team is in great form on the road recently (two wins and two draws), the top story heading into the game is the unexpected absence of Joevin Jones, who left the Sounders for his home in Trinidad and Tobago ahead of the upcoming international break.

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On the other side, Fredy Montero faces his former club and carries an interesting record into Wednesday’s match. Of his 35 MLS goals, 11 have been scored against Cascadia Cup competition.

Here’s a look at Wednesday’s action:

Full schedule

Columbus Crew vs. LA Galaxy – 7:30 p.m. ET

D.C. United vs. Atlanta United – 7:30 p.m.ET

FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo – 8 p.m. ET

Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union – 8 p.m. ET

Real Salt Lake vs. San Jose Earthquakes – 10 p.m. ET

Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Seattle Sounders – 10 p.m. ET

Portland Timbers vs. Colorado Rapids – 10:30 p.m. ET