Premier League TV, streaming schedule

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With seven Premier League teams in the last eight of the FA Cup, the PL schedule has been decimated for this weekend. But there are still four games on the slate as the relegation battle takes center stage.

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The full TV schedule for the games this weekend are below, plus you can watch every single second of every single game live online via NBC,the NBC Sports App and by purchasing the new “Premier League Pass” via NBC Sports Gold.

Gold also includes an extensive selection of shoulder programming such as Premier League News, Premier League Today and NBC Sports originals such as Premier League Download and much more.

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You can also watch Premier League “Goal Rush” at for all the goals as they go in around the grounds. Goal Rush is available via NBC and the NBC Sports App.

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If you’re looking for full-event replays of Premier League games, you can find them here for the games streamed on and here for the games on NBC Sports Gold.

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


11 a.m. ET: Bournemouth vs. West Brom – NBC Sports Gold [STREAM]
11 a.m. ET: Huddersfield vs. Crystal Palace – NBCSN [STREAM
11 a.m. ET: Stoke City vs. Everton– NBC Sports Gold [STREAM]
1:30 p.m. ET: Liverpool vs. Watford – NBCSN [STREAM]

Four uncapped players named in Southgate’s England squad

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Gareth Southgate has decided to take a look at some up and coming names in his final training camp with friendlies before the 2018 World Cup.

Burnley pair James Tarkowski and Nick Pope, Swansea City’s Alfie Mawson and Bournemouth’s Lewis Cook were all named on Thursday to Gareth Southgate’s 27-man squad set to meet up at St. George’s Park next week. England visits the Amsterdam Arena to face the Netherlands on March 23 before returning home to Wembley Stadium to take on Italy on March 27. Perhaps coincidentally, though both historical powers, neither the Netherlands or Italy will be at the 2018 World Cup, making these interesting games from a preparation approach.

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There have been plenty of calls for Southgate to give the likes of Mawson, Pope and Tarkowski a look, while Lewis Cook has excelled with Bournemouth this season and looks to make the jump after appearing numerous times for the Three Lions at youth level.

There are plenty of veterans in this squad as well. West Ham’s Joe Hart, coming off a rough performance at club level, earned a call-up, and the likes of Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson, Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling and Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere have more than 30 caps each to their name.

Coming off a two-goal performance in the Premier League for Manchester United, Marcus Rashford makes the squad as a forward along with Danny Welbeck and Jamie Vardy.

Notable absences include the injured Harry Kane, Gary Cahill, Chris Smalling and Jermain Defoe, as Southgate looks to test his fringe players on who will make the plane to Russia.

Bournemouth 1-4 Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs come back, lose Kane

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Dele Alli scored an equalizer and assisted one of Heung-Min Son‘s two goals as Tottenham Hotspur won a game from a losing position for the first time this season in a 4-1 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday.

The victory has a bleak undertone, as Harry Kane left the match with an ankle injury after 30 minutes.

Serge Aurier also scored for Spurs, a stoppage time rebound from Kieran Trippier‘s cross.

Spurs climbed into third with the win, taking advantage of Liverpool’s loss at Manchester United and rebounding from its midweek exit from the UEFA Champions League. Tottenham is now five points ahead of fifth place Chelsea.

Junior Stanislas put Bournemouth ahead within 10 minutes of kickoff, but the Cherries missed out on the chance to win and claim 10th place in the Premier League.

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Lys Mousset and Junior Stanislas found themselves on a 2v1 with Hugo Lloris, though Davinson Sanchez’s hustle stopped Mousset’s pass from being pinpoint and Wilson hit the bar.

Stanislas made it 1-0 three minutes later, alone at the back post when Adam Smith’s cross eluded the pack of Spurs and Cherries.

Kane was injured scoring a goal pulled back for offside in the 29th minute.

Dele leveled the score off a Serge Aurier cross in the 35th to level the score at 1.

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Bournemouth flew out of the gates to start the second half, with Simon Francis forcing a save from Lloris and earning a corner for his side.

The second best chance of the half was Dan Gosling, who barely hit a shot from atop the 18.

Dele supplied the cross and Son scored the go-ahead goal when he mishit a side volley off the ground and beyond Begovic.

A nice 68th minute move from the Cherries ended with Lloris catching Stanislas’ bounding shot.

Referee Mike Dean spotted Callum Wilson‘s push on Sanchez which allowed him to shoot into the goal, and the whistle blew before the equalizer was considered by the scoreboard.

Dele was injured on the play and limped off the pitch.

Son had a 50 yard dribble for the third goal, cutting around Begovic to score with his left peg. The goalkeeper would deny Son a hat trick a minute later.

Kane limps off with ankle injury after half hour

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Harry Kane has left Tottenham Hotspur’s match with Bournemouth after suffering an ankle injury on Sunday at the Vitality Stadium.

Spurs trailed 1-0 when an offside Kane darted onto a Christian Eriksen invitation to put a ball in the goal, collecting the injury from a collision with onrushing Bournemouth keeper Asmir Begovic.

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Kane came off the pitch and looked prepared to continue before turning away and heading into the locker room.

He was replaced by Erik Lamela.

Kane has 35 goals in 38 matches this season, including 24 in 28 Premier League appearances.

He missed one match with a hamstring injury earlier this season, but ankle ailments cost him spells of five and three matches on the sidelines last season.

Watch Live: Bournemouth vs. Tottenham Hotspur

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Tottenham Hotspur gets off the mat after a Champions League exit with the chance to go third against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday (Watch live at Noon ET on NBCSN and online via


Spurs could not hold onto a second-leg lead over Juventus at midweek, and turn their attention to the Premier League.

As for the hosts, Bournemouth can move into the top half with all three points.


Bournemouth: Begovic, Daniels, Ake, S. Cook, Francis, Stanislas, Gosling, Mousset, L. Cook, A. Smith, Wilson. Subs: Boruc, Surman, Arter, Fraser, Ibe, King, Defoe.

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Rose, Wanyama, Dembele, Eriksen, Dele, Son, Kane. Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Dier, Sissoko, Lamela, Lucas, Llorente.