We have a bumper slate of action heading your way, as a full schedule of Premier League games takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday in England’s top-flight.
Life is great.
It all kicks off on NBCSN 2pm ET on Tuesday, as the pregame show leads up to a massive Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton at Anfield. Every other PL game on Tuesday is available to watch live online or on Premier League Extratime as Southampton host Arsenal and Manchester United face former legend Ole Gunnar Solksjaer ‘s Cardiff side.
On Wednesday Tottenham take on Manchester City, in what will be a massive test of City’s title credentials at White Hart Lane. Spurs were humiliated at the Etihad earlier this season, so revenge will be sweet for Tim Sherwood’s side. Elsewhere via Extratime on Wednesday, there are two derbies as Aston Villa host West Brom in a battle for Midlands supremacy, while London rivals Chelsea and West Ham do battle at Stamford Bridge.
WATCH EVERY GAME LIVE ONLINE VIA NBC SPORTS LIVE EXTRA
What an incredible midweek slate of action we have to look forward to and you won’t miss a thing.
You can watch NBC Sports Network for our feature games and watch every single second of every single game live this season online via NBC Sports Live Extra and the NBC Sports Live Extra App.
Via your TV you can watch the games live on Premier League Extra Time. Here’s your full TV schedule for the coming days. Enjoy.
FULL TV SCHEDULE
2:45pm ET: Manchester United vs. Cardiff City – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Norwich City vs. Newcastle United – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Southampton vs. Arsenal – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Swansea City vs. Fulham – Premier League Extratime
3pm ET: Crystal Palace vs. Hull City – Premier League Extratime
3pm ET: Liverpool vs. Everton – NBCSN
2:45pm ET: Aston Villa vs. West Brom – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Sunderland vs. Stoke – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Chelsea vs. West Ham – Premier League Extratime
2:45pm ET: Tottenham vs. Man City – NBCSN
While MLS represents the majority of the remaining clubs in this year’s U.S. Open Cup, one side continues to defy the odds.
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Miami FC reached their first quarterfinal in club history after knocking off Atlanta United late on Wednesday, behind a goal and an assist from Kwadwo Poku. The victory for Miami sets up a date with FC Cincinnati — who pulled off an unbelievable shootout win against the Chicago Fire.
Meanwhile, the New York Red Bulls and New England Revolution both advanced on the night with wins over the Philadelphia Union and D.C. United, respectively. The Red Bulls and Revs will meet in the final eight as well.
Sporting KC kept its hope of hoisting a fourth U.S. Open Cup title alive on Wednesday with a 2-0 win over the Houston Dynamo. The 2015 winners will take on FC Dallas — who defeated the Colorado Rapids on Tuesday night.
Here are all the results from tonight’s Open Cup action.
Houston Dynamo 0-2 Sporting KC
New England Revolution 2-1 D.C. United
Miami FC 3-2 Atlanta United
New York Red Bulls 1-1 (5-3 on PKs) Philadelphia Union
FC Cincinnati 0-0 (3-1 on PKs) Chicago Fire
San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 Seattle Sounders
LA Galaxy 2-0 Sacramento Republic
City Football Group appears on the verge of adding to its global outreach, and it’s next destination looks to be in Spain.
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The group of investors, which are known for controlling Premier League side Manchester City, are reportedly nearing a deal to purchase a partial stake in Spanish club Girona — which is set to make its La Liga debut in 2017/18.
CFG is said to be gaining a near “50 percent” stake in the club, with the rest of the club owned by Media Base, a company owned by Pep Guardiola‘s brother, Pere.
Over recent years, CFG has vastly expanded its ownership outreach and currently has a stake in five clubs around the world, with Girona set to be the sixth.
MLS side New York City FC, Australian A-League side Melbourne City FC, Japan’s Yokohama F. Marinos and Club Atletico Torque in Uruguay are all part of the CFG enterprise, alongside Man City.
The “Iron Man” will keep up his amazing journey with the New York Red Bulls, after signing a new deal with the club on Wednesday.
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Goalkeeper Luis Robles has extended his contract with the reigning Eastern Conference champions, as the American continues to raise his consecutive starts streak, which stands at 157.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed in the club’s release.
Robles joined the Red Bulls back in 2012 after playing in Germany, and the shot-stopper hasn’t missed a start ever since.
Minnesota United has had its shares of ups and down in its debut MLS season, but the Loons are on the verge making an exciting young signing.
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ESPN FC is reporting that Minnesota will sign Hearts winger Sam Nicholson from the Scottish Premier League on a deal that makes him a Loon until 2019.
The young attacker is expected to join the MLS side when the summer transfer window opens on July 10.
Nicholson, 22, has played with the Edinburgh side since his youth days, and made his senior debut with the club in 2013. During his time at Hearts, Nicholson scored 16 goals in all competitions for the team.
Last season, Nicholson missed 16 matches due to a significant knee injury.
According to the report, Scottish sides Rangers and Aberdeen were also among those interested in acquiring Nicholson, while English Championship clubs Bristol City and Barnsley also reached out about the attacker.