There are five games going on in the Premier League during early Saturday, after Newcastle continued its St. James Park mastery of Chelsea earlier.
Here’s an update on all six matches, as all you have to do is hit the link above to watch the second half of every game live online. Manchester City and Everton are the late game at 12:30pm ET on NBC.
Liverpool 0-0 Sunderland (Live on NBCSN or Stream here)
A rare start for Jozy Altidore details Sunderland’s stubborn work against Liverpool, with Steven Gerrard on the bench again for the Reds.
Stoke City 3-0 Arsenal (Stream here)
Peter Crouch took less than 30 seconds to put the Potters on the board, and Stoke could have four after 45 minutes. They settled for three as Bojan Krkic redirected a brilliant cross into the goal in the 35th minute, and Jonathan Walters netted before halftime.
Tottenham Hotspur 0-0 Crystal Palace (Stream here)
Exciting and laden with chances, Mile Jedinak and Hugo Lloris have been the stars for their respective sides. Christian Eriksen has twice cued up Roberto Soldado for point blank chances.
Queens Park Rangers 0-0 Burnley (Stream here)
The chances were plenty for the visitors, as Harry Redknapp’s home side is struggling mightily. George Boyd blasted one off the goal post in a bid to score in consecutive games.
Hull City 0-0 West Bromwich Albion (Stream here)
Not much outside of a saved penalty kick — by Hull — to speak of in this one, which is living up to its non-descript billing.