Premier League relegation picture: Who’s trending up and trending down?


All is not well this holiday season in the bottom half of the Premier League table, but there’s reason for hope for some of the clubs who live south of the cluttered top seven chase.

Who is trending up and who has reason to dread the remainder of the 2020-21 season?

The campaign is little more than 1/3 in the books, enough to get a feeling for a team’s fate but not enough to know much of anything (Yes, even for Sheffield United).

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Let’s take a look at the bottom-8 teams in the Premier League, those with 18 points or less after 14-15 games. Could Leeds, Wolves, or West Ham join the fight? Anything is possible but let’s keep it easy this Sunday.

Trending down 

Newcastle United

Record: 5W-3D-6L
Points pace: 49

The silver lining of other managers turning down Newcastle before Steve Bruce accepted the reins at the club he supported as a child is that the affable and well-traveled manager was pragmatic enough not to change much of the system that Rafa Benitez installed at St. James’ Park.

The problem now is that Bruce’s team has gone from a talented, well-drilled, counter-attacking unit to one that is without a midfield system. If Jonjo Shelvey is out, there are so few ideas how to get the ball from its back to its talented attackers.

And when Shelvey and those attackers are out, as Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson were Saturday at Man City, the race is run before it starts.

Newcastle is also suffered from a COVID-19 outbreak that’s left Saint-Maximin and Jamaal Lascelles on the sidelines this month, but had papered over the cracks with luck and a series of fortuitous League Cup schedule that Bruce mangled at Brentford after beating Blackburn 1-0, Morecambe 7-0, and Newport County in penalties.

“There’s been a lot of criticism of the way we limped out of the cup, so the one thing you need is a response,” Bruce said, via The Chronicle. “We had a bad week, but some of the mass hysteria, in my opinion, was unfair. A lot of it was not right, in my opinion. I’m probably going to say that, but that’s my opinion on it.”

Newcastle’s been a bit unlucky in their own end but that’s been balanced by good fortune in the final third (see: Eric Dier’s ‘handball’ late at Spurs). They are bottom four per-game in shot attempts, yellow cards, possession, passing percentage, shots conceded, and tackles.

Between Wilson, Miguel Almiron, Saint-Maximin, Ryan Fraser, and — yes — even Joelinton, there is too much attacking nous for this side not to be organized in a mid-table manner. The sky is not falling and there’s no need for “mass hysteria,” but Bruce better recognize that his affable nature has been carrying him through some lean performances. Complaining about his treatment is only going to send him out the door.

Crystal Palace

Record: 5W-3D-7L
Points pace: 46

So much of what the Eagles do rides on Wilfried Zaha, though Eberechi Eze is a delightful talent and Christian Benteke has improved in recent weeks.

But the Eagles have conceded 10 goals while scoring none in their last two matches, the expected numbers not much better at 1.34 xG and 7.45 xGA.

Last season, Palace went winless from Dec. 28 to Feb. 8 and didn’t win after June 20 through the end of Project Restart. The only wins were four in-a-row over Newcastle, Brighton, Watford, and Bournemouth.

The Eagles are 12th in goals despite the league’s fifth-worst shots-per-game. They are allowing the sixth-most shots and are seeing just 44 percent of the ball.

Roy Hodgson’s men see Leicester and Sheffield United at Selhurst Park before meeting Arsenal, Man City, West Ham, and Wolves (Wolves are also on the docket in the FA Cup). There’s a very forgiving February, but could those fixtures be six-pointers by then?

Trending up


Record: 2W-5D-8L
Points pace: 28

Scott Parker’s side has become a snarling one. The Cottagers only loss since beating Leicester on Nov. 30 was at Man City, since drawing Liverpool, Brighton, Newcastle, and Saints.

Fulham’s taken and allowed the 10th-most shots, far from terrible, and have allowed four goals in two matches after conceding 19 in the first 11.

Then there’s Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, who looks like the star he was at Marseille and Valencia and not the one on a bad ankle in Fulham’s 2018-19 relegation season.

You could easily argue that Fulham has been unlucky in front of goal and — beyond that — its poor penalty record might be the only reason it is not mid-table.

Aleksandar Mitrovic missed in a 1-1 draw with Sheffield United, Ivan Cavaleiro missed in a 3-2 loss to Everton, and Ademola Lookman failed with a cheeky attempt at the death in a 1-0 loss to West Ham.

There’s obviously more to those results than missed pens, but 15 points is clear of the bottom three.


Record: 5W-2D-8L
Points pace: 43

Look — This is very much relative to their awful standing on the table and not their standing as a perpetual European contender, but the Gunners are not a relegation candidate and have never been one (Yes, even before beating Chelsea 3-1 on Saturday).

The Gunners probably weren’t two goals better than the Blues and are still likely to lose 1 of every 2 matches against Chelsea, but their team performances prior to the weekend weren’t nearly as bad as many think (especially considering elite finisher Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s struggles to finish and all of the red cards).

Arsenal had superior expected goals in its 2-1 loss at Everton, its 1-0 loss versus Burnley, its 2-0 loss to Spurs, and its 2-1 defeat by Wolves.

There are still some very poor numbers. Arsenal has been outshot 143-111 in open play. And 10 of their 15 goals came in four games (three of which were played by the first weekend of October).

But Arsenal is still a top four passing team who is yet to get major minutes out of one of the most complete midfielders in the world (Thomas Partey) and isn’t getting average expected finishing. Europe? Probably not unless they win the Europa League, but relegation talk is silly.

West Bromwich Albion

Record: 1W-5D-9L
Points pace: 20

Difficult to put the Baggies anywhere but trending up after drawing Man City and Liverpool for two different managers in two weeks time. Shoulder shrug emoji?

The Baggies’ sacking of Slaven Bilic was rash and their hopes for survival will depend on Jims and Joes more than Xs and Os, with all due respect to what Sam Allardyce will provide the Hawthorns’ faithful following Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Liverpool.

The timing of the firing was head-scratching given the Baggies’ fixture list. So many times we’ve seen clubs change managers with a promising run of fixtures ahead. West Brom, under-talented at the back, waited until Bilic had led a draw versus Man City, then invited Allardyce to take charge for Villa, Liverpool, Leeds, and Arsenal.

We’re surprised Big Sam didn’t say, “I’ll be there on Jan. 3, fellas,” though it could be argued the Baggies would rather let Allardyce implement his system while taking lumps that were likely coming anyway. Now, he has a Liverpool draw at Anfield under his belt and can point to being the last manager to beat the Reds there. So, shows what we know.

Allardyce’s first game saw a red card and a PL-worst 0.04 expected goals produced at home in a 3-0 derby loss. His second outing was Sunday’s draw, where he kept Matheus Pereira mostly rested for Leeds and still got an assist out of him off the bench.. That’s battle stations stuff, and a result against a Marcelo Bielsa side which has mostly handled its business against fellow strugglers would be huge.

Jury’s out

Sheffield United (cause there’s nowhere to trend but up)

Record: 0W-2D-13L
Points pace: 5

There’s no way to put shine on the worst start in Premier League history, as Blades have just two points through 15 matches and one came because Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic took a bad penalty.

But we’ll try: Blades have three goals from open play compared to their xG number of 10.49 (There’s no such luck for the xGA, which is pretty much spot-on). They’ve won the xG battle in losses to Everton, West Brom, Leeds, and Aston Villa.

Chris Wilder has thrown up his hands a bit, because most of these players helped Blades zip up into the European picture last season.

“I will take the criticism away from some of the younger players, but my main men and experienced players, which is the bulk of this squad, are nowhere near consistently the standard they have produced in the past,” he said, via Yorkshire Live.

It’s not over yet, but it could be soon. Blades will have to take points from their next three: Burnley, Palace, and Newcastle.

Burnley (cause they are the statistic defiers, again)

Record: 3W-4D-7L
Points pace: 35

We’ve put a lot of numbers here but you might as well not bother with them when it comes to Burnley.

Sean Dyche’s men chew up your numbers, spit them back at you, and then punch you in the face.

Burnley is back at the bottom of the goal table and not far from there in shots and possession. They’re passing at a league-worst 72 percent due to focus on sending the ball from their own end to the moon in the hopes that Ashley Barnes or Chris Wood turn the space debris into golddust.

The Clarets finished 16th, 7th, 15th, and 10th in their previous four PL seasons despite an average goal differential of minus-12. They’ve twice-lost 20 games and stayed up. Might as well bet on them doing it again.

Why? I have no idea. Grit, I guess.

Brighton (cause they are the anti-Burnley)

Record: 2W-7D-6L
Points pace: 33

We wrote about the hopeful leveling out of their 2019-20 bad fortune before the season.

It hasn’t happened, and Joe Prince-Wright summed up their season succinctly after the Seagulls did the same in a 2-2 draw at West Ham on Sunday.

Brighton is sixth in possession, seventh in shots, ninth in expected goals for, fifth in expected goals against, and 11th in passing percentage.

They have taken points from five of eight away fixtures but won zero at home (four draws).

So take all of the above and Graham Potter’s well-drilled unit is two points clear of the bottom three.

Europa League final, Sevilla vs Roma: How to watch live, team news, updates


Jose Mourinho will be back in the European spotlight once again, when his Roma side takes on Sevilla in the Europa League final in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday (3 pm ET). 


It’s a second straight season that Mourinho and Roma will end their campaign in a European final, after winning the inaugural Europa Conference League this time last year. Doing so made Mourinho the first manager to win all three of the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Conference League.

Sevilla are no strangers to winning European trophies themselves, having won the Europa League an astonishing four times in the last nine seasons, with a chance to make it five in 10. Either way that Wednesday’s final goes, it will simply be another notch in the belt of Sevilla, or the master Mourinho.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Sevilla vs Roma

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How to watch Europa League final – Sevilla vs Roma live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 10 am ET, Saturday
Stream: Paramount+

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Key storylines & star players

For Roma, it was another subpar Serie A campaign this season, as they failed to qualify for the Champions League for a fourth straight season. However, a victory in Budapest would send them back to UEFA’s premier competition for the first time since 2018-19. Typical to form for Mourinho, as they allowed precious few goals (37 in 37 league games) while struggling to score enough (48) to push higher up the table. Paulo Dybala leads the way with 11 Serie A goals (plus four more in the Europa League, joint-most alongside Lorenzo Pellegrini’s four) and former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham chipping eight (and one) of his own.

Speaking of disappointing domestic campaigns, Sevilla sit 11th in La Liga with one game left to play (they can climb as high as 7th on the final day). Three different managers have guided Sevilla this season, with Julen Lopetegui lasting until early October before his successor, Jorge Sampaoli, was also dismissed in March. Also not unlike Roma, it’s been a struggle for Sevilla to score goals (46) as well as preventing goals (52), which is very much out of character for them.

Sevilla’s Europa League journey

Champions League group stage: finished 3rd (5 of 18 points), behind Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund

Europa League knockouts: def. PSV Eindhoven 3-2; def. Fenerbahce 2-1; def. Manchester United 5-2; def. Juventus 3-2 (AET)

Roma’s Europa League journey

Europa League group stage: finished 2nd (10 of 18 points), behind Real Betis

Europa League knockouts: def. Red Bull Salzburg 2-1; def. Real Sociedad 2-0; def. Feyenoord 4-2 (AET); def. Bayer Leverkusen 1-0

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Premier League preseason schedule: Dates, calendar, summer tours


The Premier League preseason schedule ahead of the 2023-24 season looks very tasty as there are some intriguing summer tours lined up.

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Of course, the first-ever Premier League Summer Series is coming to the USA with six teams playing nine games in five cities, and you can watch all of that action across our platforms here at NBC Sports by clicking on the link above.

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Plenty of PL giants are heading to play elsewhere in the USA, Asia and Australia as the Premier League preseason schedule has now turned into a truly global celebration.

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Below is the full Premier League preseason schedule, with details via the Premier League, as you can see where teams will be heading off to all over the globe this summer.


19 July v MLS All-Stars (Washington DC)
22 July v Man Utd (New York)
26 July v Barcelona (Los Angeles)

Aston Villa

Premier League Summer Series in USA
23 July v Newcastle (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Fulham (Exploria Stadium, Orlando)
30 July v Brentford (FedExField, Landover, Maryland)


Premier League Summer Series in USA
23 July v Fulham (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Brighton (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta)
30 July v Aston Villa (FedExField, Landover, Maryland)


Premier League Summer Series in USA
22 July v Chelsea (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Brentford (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta)
28 July v Newcastle (Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey)


19 July v Wrexham (North Carolina)
2 August v Dortmund (Chicago)

Premier League Summer Series in USA
22 July v Brighton (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Newcastle (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta)
30 July v Fulham (FedExField, Landover, Maryland)

Crystal Palace

26 July v Millonarios (Chicago)
30 July v Sevilla (Detroit)


Premier League Summer Series in USA
23 July v Brentford (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Aston Villa (Exploria Stadium, Orlando)
30 July v Chelsea (FedExField, Landover, Maryland)

Leicester City

23 July v Spurs (Bangkok)
30 July v Liverpool (Singapore)


30 July v Leicester (Singapore)
2 August v Bayern Munich (Singapore)

Manchester City

23 July v Yokohama F Marinos (Tokyo)
26 July v Bayern Munich (Tokyo)
30 July 
v Atletico Madrid (Seoul)

Manchester United

12 July v Leeds (Oslo)
19 July
v Lyon (Edinburgh)
22 July v Arsenal (New York)
25 July v Wrexham (San Diego)
26 July v Real Madrid (Houston)
30 July v Dortmund (Las Vegas)


18 July v Rangers (Ibrox Stadium)

Premier League Summer Series in USA
23 July v Aston Villa (Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia)
26 July v Chelsea (Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta)
28 July v Brighton (Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey)


18 July v West Ham (Perth)
23 July v Leicester (Bangkok)
26 July v Roma (Singapore)

West Ham

15 July v Perth Glory (Perth)
18 July v Spurs  (Perth)


26 July v Celtic (Suwon)
29 July v Roma (Incheon)

U20 World Cup schedule: How to watch live, groups, calendar, dates, times, fixtures


The U20 World Cup takes place in Argentina from May 20 until June 11 as 24 teams full of the best young players on the planet go head-to-head to be crowned World champs.

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And of course, the USA have plenty of talented youngsters so all eyes will be on Mikey Varas and his squad as they aim to go better than the quarterfinal spot they’ve reached in each of their last three U20 tournaments (2015, 2017, 2019) and they won Group B with three wins from three to reach the knockout rounds.

England, Brazil and hosts Argentina are among the favorites to win the tournament as Argentina stood in at the last minute to host the event after the tournament was moved from Indonesia.

Below is everything you need for the U20 World Cup.

2023 U20 World Cup schedule, start time, dates, how to watch live

  • When: May 20 to June 11
  • Group stage kick-off times: 2pm ET, 5pm ET
  • Location: Argentina
  • TV channels en Español: Telemundo, Universo
  • Streaming en Español: Telemundo, Online via

2023 U20 World Cup schedule

All kicks off times ET

Round of 16

Match 38: Tuesday, May 30: USA vs New Zealand – 1:30pm
Match 37: Tuesday, May 30: Uzbekistan vs Israel – 5pm
Match 40: Wednesday, May 31: Brazil vs Tunisia – 1:30pm
Match 42: Wednesday, May 31: Colombia vs Slovakia – 1:30pm
Match 39: Wednesday, May 31: England vs Italy – 5pm
Match 41: Wednesday, May 31: Argentina vs Nigeria – 5pm
Match 44: Thursday, June 1:  Gambia vs Uruguay – 1:30pm
Match 43: Thursday, June 1: Ecuador vs South Korea – 5pm


Match 46: Saturday, June 3: Winner Match 37 vs Winner Match 40 – 1:30pm
Match 47: Saturday, June 3: Winner Match 42 vs Winner Match 39 – 5pm
Match 48: Sunday, June 4: Winner Match 43 vs Winner Match 32 – 1:30pm
Match 45: Sunday, June 4:  Winner Match 38 vs Winner Match 44 – 5pm


Match 49: Thursday, June 8: Winner Match 45 vs Winner Match 46 – 1:30pm
Match 50: Thursday, June 8: Winner Match 47 vs Winner Match 48 – 5pm

Third-place game

Match 51: Sunday, June 11: Loser Match 49 vs Loser match 50 – 1:30pm


Match 52: Sunday, June 11: Winner Match 49 vs Winner mtahc 50 – 5pm

Group stage results

Group A


Saturday, May 20: Guatemala 0-1 New Zealand – 2pm
Saturday, May 20: Argentina 2-1 Uzbekistan – 5pm
Tuesday, May 23: Uzbekistan 2-2 New Zealand – 2pm
Tuesday, May 23: Argentina 3-0 Guatemala – 5pm
Friday, May 26: New Zealand 0-5 Argentina – 5pm
Friday, May 26: Uzbekistan 2-0 Guatemala – 5pm

Group B

Saturday, May 20: USA 1-0 Ecuador – 2pm (92nd minute winner from Jonathan Gomez)
Saturday, May 20: Fiji 0-4 Slovakia – 5pm
Tuesday, May 23: USA 3-0 Fiji – 2pm
Tuesday, May 23: Ecuador 2-1 Slovakia – 5pm
Friday, May 26: Slovakia 0-2 USA – 2pm
Friday, May 26: Ecuador 9-0 Fiji – 2pm

Group C

Sunday, May 21: Israel 1-2 Colombia – 2pm
Sunday, May 21: Senegal 0-1 Japan – 5pm
Wednesday, May 24: Senegal 1-1 Israel – 2pm
Wednesday, May 24: Japan 1-2 Colombia – 5pm
Saturday, May 27: Japan 1-2 Israel – 5pm
Saturday, May 27: Colombia 1-1 Senegal – 5pm

Group D

Sunday, May 21: Nigeria 2-1 Dominican Republic – 2pm
Sunday, May 21: Italy 3-2 Brazil – 5pm
Wednesday, May 24: Italy 0-2 Nigeria – 2pm
Wednesday, May 24: Brazil 6-0 Dominican Republic – 5pm
Saturday, May 27: Brazil 2-0 Nigeria – 2pm
Saturday, May 27: Dominican Republic 0-3 Italy – 2pm

Group E

Monday, May 22: England 1-0 Tunisia – 2pm
Monday, May 22: Uruguay 4-0 Iraq – 5pm
Thursday, May 25: Uruguay 2-3 England – 2pm
Thursday, May 25: Iraq 0-3 Tunisia – 5pm
Sunday, May 28: Iraq 0-0 England – 2pm
Sunday, May 28: Tunisia 0-1 Uruguay – 2pm

Group F

Monday, May 22: France 1-2 South Korea – 2pm
Monday, May 22: Gambia 2-1 Honduras – 5pm
Thursday, May 25: France 1-2 Gambia – 2pm
Thursday, May 25: South Korea 2-2 Honduras – 5pm
Sunday, May 28: South Korea 0-0 Gambia – 5pm
Sunday, May 28: Honduras 1-3 France – 5pm

Premier League Summer Series coming to USA in 2023: How to get tickets, watch live, schedule


The inaugural Premier League Summer Series is heading to the USA in 2023 as teams will square off across multiple American cities in a brand new tournament.

And now you can start to purchase your tickets to the Summer Series.

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If you registered for early access you can purchase tickets on pre-sale on Tuesday, April 25 only, while tickets will be available on general sale on Wednesday, April 26 from 10am ET by clicking on the link above.

Six Premier League teams — Aston Villa, Brentford, Brighton, Chelsea, Fulham and Newcastle United — will be playing in nine games across five U.S. cities in July and it will be one heck of a summer party.

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And you can watch all of the action across our platforms here at NBC Sports.

Alan Shearer: ‘I love the passion of the fans’

The Premier League’s all-time leading goalscorer Alan Shearer spoke to ProSoccerTalk (full interview above) about why this Stateside tournament is going to be special.

“It is fantastic news. I have been lucky enough to spend time with the guys at Premier League Mornings Live and be at seven of the eight Fan Fests that have happened and it is fascinating,” Shearer said. “I love the passion of the fans. I love the friendly rivalry. For them to get up at stupid o’clock and queue for hours and come in and watch their teams and mingle and all get together, I love it. To have six teams coming over to America in the summer, I think it is fantastic and something to look forward to.”

Created by the Premier League, the Summer Series will see games take place in Atlanta, Orlando, Harrison, NJ, Philadelphia and Landover, MD.

“I love how passionate the fans are,” Shearer said about Premier League fans in the USA. “They are obviously very knowledgeable. They obviously love their football very much. I understand it might not be the No. 1 sport in America but soccer is growing and it is growing really fast… The more events like this, the more times that we, the Premier League, come over to America and showcase the Premier League and the trophy at these organized events, it is only going to get bigger.”

“I think this will be the first of many,” Shearer added. “It wouldn’t surprise me at all if this was going to happen every single season. It will be a great tournament and a chance to see some Premier League legends and huge football clubs.”

Aston Villa duo excited to experience the United States

Aston Villa and Brazil star Douglas Luiz, who was just named Villa’s Supporters’ Player and Players’ Player of the Season, is excited to play in front of fans in the USA, making the most of the hot weather and exploring the cities to learn more about their history.

“I am so happy. It is a good weather like it is in Brazil, I am so happy and excited to go to the US,” Luiz said. “It is a very good, very good people and I want to visit and I want to know so much more. I am so excited to go with Aston Villa and I want to enjoy seeing as much as I can.”

Aston Villa and Jamaica winger Leon Bailey is no stranger to playing Stateside and is looking forward to soaking up the atmosphere.

“I like the U.S. a lot, so I’m looking forward to a great time in the USA traveling to different States. It is a nice atmosphere, the people always come out in numbers and the support is brilliant. I’m really looking forward to it and I think it is going to be brilliant… I’ve been to LA, Houston, DC and Orlando, with the last Gold Cup most of our games [with Jamaica] were played in Orlando. It’s great and we always get time to explore. So it is nice and you are playing football and you enjoying it but you are enjoying it in a different in a city, which is great.”

Which teams are playing in the Summer Series?

The teams competing in the Premier League Summer Series in the USA in 2023 are:

Premier League

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters is extremely excited about the league hosting their first-ever preseason tournament in the USA.

“We are delighted to be bringing six clubs to the USA in July for the first-ever Premier League Summer Series,” Masters said. “Our clubs have incredible supporters in the US, who passionately follow their teams throughout the season. We have seen this dedication first-hand from the tens of thousands who have attended our Mornings Live fan events and are excited to be building on this by bringing live Premier League action to five cities this summer.

“We are currently enjoying one of the most competitive Premier League seasons of all time at both ends of the table and I am sure we will see some thrilling matches during the tournament.”

Below are all the details you need on the the tournament.

Premier League Summer Series 2023 schedule, dates, how to watch live

Where: Atlanta, GA, Orlando, FL, Harrison, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, Landover, MD
When: July 22-30
Tickets: Via the Premier League – April 25 (pre-sale), April 26 (general sale)
How to watch: Across the NBC Sports platforms, including Peacock

Saturday July 22

Match 1: Chelsea vs Brighton – 7pm ET at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK

Sunday July 23

Match 2: Fulham vs Brentford – 4pm ET at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK
Match 3: Newcastle vs Aston Villa – 7pm ET at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK


Wednesday July 26

Match 4: Brentford vs Brighton – 5:30pm ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK
Match 5: Chelsea vs Newcastle – 8:15pm ET at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK
Match 6: Fulham vs Aston Villa – 7pm ET at Exploria Stadium, Orlando – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK

Friday July 28

Match 7: Brighton vs Newcastle – 7:30pm ET at Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey – WATCH LIVE ON PEACOCK

Sunday July 30

Match 8: Aston Villa vs Brentford – 12pm ET at FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland – WATCH LIVE ON USA NETWORK
Match 9: Chelsea vs Fulham – 2:45pm ET at FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland – WATCH LIVE ON NBC