Premier League: Goals, big moments, video highlights from 10am ET kickoffs


Away we go with what promises to continue as another brilliant Saturday of Premier League action on the NBC family of outlets.

Arsenal’s already collected three points with a pair of early goals and several big saves from Aaron Ramsdale, as Leicester City’s PL season remains a series of fits and starts and may well see Brendan Rodgers’ men bottom-half by the end of the weekend.

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The league’s three top teams also kickoff at 10am ET, with Chelsea away to Newcastle and both Liverpool and Man City hoping for straight-forward home wins. Early on, only the former looks prepared for that.

Before we get to the updates, here’s how you can watch each individual Saturday match:

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Leicester City 0-2 Arsenal – NBCSN – FULL MATCH REPLAY
Liverpool 2-2 Brighton – USA Network – FULL MATCH REPLAY
Man City 0-2 Crystal Palace – NBCSN – FULL MATCH REPLAY
Burnley 3-1 Brentford – FULL MATCH REPLAY
Newcastle 0-3 Chelsea – FULL MATCH REPLAY
Watford 0-1 Southampton – FULL MATCH REPLAY
12:30pm: Spurs v Man Utd – NBC – WATCH LIVE

Premier League, LIVE – Updated: 12:15 pm ET Saturday

88′ – Man City 0-2 Crystal Palace – (Gallagher )


It’s happening, people, as Conor Gallagher’s classy strike means Patrick Vieira is en route to taking four of six points from his former clubs, Arsenal and Man City.

79′ – Burnley 3-1 Brentford (Ghoddos from Norgaard)

It’s a first Premier League goal from Saman Ghoddos, assisted by last week’s Man of the Match in Christian Norgaard. Too little, too late, too likely, but Brentford does know how to attack…

66′ – Newcastle 0-3 Chelsea – (Jorginho, penalty)

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Karl Darlow’s whistled for a trip in the box and Jorginho’s taking a penalty. That rarely works out for any goalkeeper.

66′ – Newcastle 0-2 Chelsea – (James)

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Another stunner from the back post from Reece James, and the good locomotive known as Newcastle is officially off the rails.

66′ – Newcastle 0-1 Chelsea – (James)

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It’s a magnificent goal from Reece James, who rescues a tough first touch with a tremendous strike across goal and inside the far post.

It’s no less than Chelsea’s deserves, as the finishing just hasn’t been there but the chance production quite good.

66′ – Liverpool 2-2 Brighton (Trossard from Lallana)


Can I interest you in an ice-cold glass of Potter Ball?

Graham Potter’s men are flying, his halftime adjustments giving Brighton real hope leading up to this equalizer fro Leandro Trossard assisted by ex-Liverpool man Adam Lallana.


61′ – Man City 0-1 Crystal Palace – NO GOAL(S)


Wilfried Zaha’s offside goal to make it 2-0 never made it to the scoreboard thanks to the linesman’s flag, but Man City was briefly looking at 1-1 when Foden’s delightful cross was put home by Gabriel Jesus. VAR changed that for an offside in the buildup.

45’+1 – Man City 0-1 Crystal Palace – RED CARD


Aymeric Laporte’s been sent-off for a last man back tackle of Zaha, a straight red card that really hampers City’s hopes of a comeback.

Now we’ve seen City overcome this obstacle before, but Zaha is causing them big problems and is very prepared to give a big club a go.

41′ – Liverpool 2-1 Brighton (Mwepu)


Well, hold on, now. Brighton’s back in this, six minutes after it looked like they went down 3-0.

Liverpool has a Mane goal taken off the board by VAR, and Enock Mwepu has reminded Klopp and the Reds defense that Brighton knows how to play the game better than it’s shown early at Anfield.

36′ – Burnley 3-0 Brentford (Cornet from McNeil)
32′ – Burnley 2-0 Brentford (Lowton from Taylor)

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How long has Burnley needed someone like Cornet, and how did Sean Dyche convince him to head to Turf Moor. Are they building Cornet’s Corner Pub next to the Royal Dyche?

Cornet’s got another goal off a feed from one of Burnley’s other more refined attacking talents in Dwight McNeil, four minutes after Mathew Lowton and Charlie Taylor combine for a defender-to-defender goal.

Brentford was not ready for this scrap. Our Andy Edwards says there could be as many as a half-dozen on the board for the Clarets.

35′ – Newcastle 0-0 Chelsea

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How are the Blues not ahead? Hakim Ziyech has a wonderful goal stopped before it hits the scoreboard thanks to an offside flag.

Later, Ziyech should have at least one assist but Kai Havertz and Ben Chilwell’s finishing is substandard. It’s coming, however, isn’t it?

24′ – Liverpool 2-0 Brighton (Mane) + INJURY Naby Keita


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain comes into the game for an injured Naby Keita, and has an assist within five minutes.

It’s a decent back-post header for Sadio Mane and Liverpool are good money for their two-goal lead.

20′ – Watford 0-1 Southampton (Adams from Armstrong)

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It’s Adam to Adams at Vicarage Road, where Saints’ two latest forward buys have combined to give Ralph Hasenhuttl a much-wanted lead.

It’s a terrific goal.

17′ – Burnley 1-0 Brentford – NO GOAL

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VAR has let the Bees off the hook, with offside denying Maxwel Cornet and the Clarets a 2-0 lead.

6′ – Man City 0-1 Crystal Palace (Zaha from Gallagher)


Oh no! An atypical Man City mistake in a terrible part of the pitch for it, and Palace makes them pay.

Conor Gallagher has the ball and slides Wilfried Zaha into the box, and Zaha doesn’t need power, just placement to slide the ball beyond the reach of a flying Ederson.

Is Patrick Vieira about to get another result against one of his former teams.

4′ – Liverpool 1-0 Brighton (Henderson from Salah)


How good do the Reds look right now? It takes four minutes for Mohamed Salah to make his imprint on the score sheet with an assist to Jordan Henderson.

Brighton’s back-to-back matches with Man City and Liverpool are a cruel reminder of how hard it will be to keep up their earned, high, and tenuous table footing.

4′ – Burnley 1-0 Brentford (Wood from Lowton)

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Imagine any Burnley goal that clearly tells the tale of its club. This is it.

Manchester City vs Inter Milan: How to watch Champions League Final live, updates, score


Manchester City is on the chase for a historic treble and standing in the way is Inter Milan, one of Europe’s precious few clubs to claim such an honor.

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The Premier League winners three times running have an FA Cup under their belt after beating Manchester United on June 3 and the final jewel in their treble crown awaits with a win in Istanbul on June 10.

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Pep Guardiola could lead a second club to a treble after he did it with Barcelona in 2008-09, and they would give heated rivals United domestic company on the treble stage right down the road.

Guardiola says it’s now okay to talk about the treble. We agree, and we’ve laid out why the achievement is so special after the jump.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Manchester City vs Inter Milan.

How to watch Manchester City vs Inter Milan live, stream link and start time

Dates: 3pm ET June 10, 2023
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How to watch: TUDN, Paramount+

What Premier League clubs have won the treble?

Manchester United won the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League in 1998-99.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s Red Devils are the lone Premier League club to win it.

That’s it. For now.

How many times has the treble been won?

Nine times in history has a team won its domestic league, top domestic cup, and the European Cup.

Bayern Munich and Barcelona have each done it twice, with Bayern doing it in 2012-13 and 2019-20 and Barca pulling it off in 2008-09 and 2014-15.

Celtic was the first to win a treble, doing it in 1966-67, while Ajax was the next in 1971-72.

PSV Eindhoven then won it in 1987-88 before Man United made it happen 11 years later. Inter Milan is the only Italian team to pull it off, winning in 2009-10.


Champions League Final odds (Betting odds provided by our partner, BetMGM )

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Man City (-250) vs Inter Milan (+625) | Draw over 120 mins (+380)

Over 2.5 goals (-160). Under 2.5 goals (+110)

Champions League Final predictions

Joe Prince-Wright: Man City 2-1 Inter Milan
Andy Edwards: Man City 3-1 Inter Milan
Nick Mendola: Man City 2-0 Inter Milan

Manchester City team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: None

Inter Milan team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Dalbert.

UEFA Champions League Final: Key battles for Inter Milan vs Manchester City


Manchester City’s quest for the treble hits its final obstacle when Inter Milan goes toe-to-toe with the Premier League and FA Cup champions in Istanbul at Saturday’s UEFA Champions League Final.

Pep Guardiola’s weren’t at their very best against Manchester United in the FA Cup Final and still walked away with its second trophy of the season.

But City’s final two Premier League matches saw dropped points. The stakes were non-existent and the team quite changed by Guardiola, who’s known to fancy a tactical wrinkle. How will things change this weekend?

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It would be stunning if Inter boss Simone Inzaghi came out in anything but a 3-5-2, which has been his go-to formation for Inter Milan this season regardless of opponent.

But might Inzaghi have something up his sleeve?

Inter’s only losses in the Champions League came in the group stage versus Bayern Munich. Add in their setbacks in Serie A and there’s still been no standard recipe for beating Inter. There isn’t one for Man City, either, of course.

Kevin De Bruyne vs Marcelo Brozovic

If there’s a single player capable of messing with Pep Guardiola’s plan to control the game and get the ball to his creators in dangerous spots, it’s Croatian veteran Marcelo Brozovic. The 30-year-old is a force who can both be the club’s metronome and break up the opposition’s best attacks. There are few players in the world like De Bruyne, but he needs to be found in space and City needs the ball to do that. Brozovic can be a big part of limiting both of those things.

Erling Haaland vs Francesco Acerbi

Maybe the two names need to be switched in order, because Acerbi is going to have his hands full with Haaland. The question is whether the 35-year-old Acerbi, still very good but no longer in his prime, can use his nous and vast experience to limit Haaland’s chances to do the exceptional. Haaland, meanwhile, just has to be himself. Ask yourself who’s being asked more.

Andre Onana vs Man City’s attack

Picking one player, even Haaland or De Bruyne, for this battle is unfair to the exercise because let’s be real. There is no chance that Inter Milan wins this game without a supreme moment or two from its goalkeeper. Andre Onana has played every Champions League match for Inter and has had his fair share of outstanding performances. He’s outperformed expected goals on target by 6.7 goals over the course of the tournament.

UEFA Champions League odds, predictions for Inter Milan vs Manchester City


Erling Haaland to score a goal at -165? Man City to win at -200?

Yep, Manchester City are the clear favorites to win the 2023 UEFA Champions League Final in Istanbul on Saturday, and the oddsmakers are daring prognosticators to select Inter Milan as treble-ruining upstarts.

In fact, Haaland’s odds to bag a brace, at +350, are better than most players’ odds of scoring at all, with the Norwegian forward’s running mates all around him.

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The only Inter Milan player inside the top ten best odds to score on Saturday is Lautaro Martinez, with “no goal scorer” appearing before the next Inter player’s name arrives on the list (Romelu Lukaku).

How about a correct score? The most likely outcomes are, in order according to BetMGM, 1-0 Man City, 2-0 Man City, and 1-1 after 120 minutes.

And if Inter wins, the odds suggest that 1-0 is the likeliest finish (although 0-0 has better odds).

Champions League Final odds

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Inter Milan (+500) vs Man City (-200) | Draw (+333)

Over/under: Over 3.5 goals (+200). Under 3.5 goals (-275)

Man City to lift the trophy (-450)

Inter to lift the trophy (+275)

Both teams to score (-110)

Champions League Final predictions

Inter Milan is going to surprise many with its quality of play and may even get on the board, but it’s difficult to predict anything but a Manchester City win, isn’t it? Let’s call it a fitting three goals for the treble winners, with Inter nabbing one to keep it interesting in Istanbul.

How many times has a team won the treble? Man City goes for history


There’s been a lot of treble talk these days, talk that’s found a new level of buzz since Manchester City moved within one win of joining the club.

It’s an elite club, by the way, of teams that have won their domestic league, top domestic cup, and the European Cup.

Nine times in history has a team won the treble, and only once has it been done by a Premier League club.

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That’s why Man City’s defeat of Manchester United earlier this month in the FA Cup Final rings so true for the Citizens; The blue side of Manchester would join the red side as treble supporters, as United won the treble in 1998-99.

Man City goes for the third jewel of its treble crown on Saturday versus Inter Milan in Istanbul when it kicks off the UEFA Champions League Final.

For more treble trivia, head below the jump.

How many times has the treble been won?

Bayern Munich and Barcelona have each done it twice, with Bayern doing it in 2012-13 and 2019-20 and Barca pulling it off in 2008-09 and 2014-15.

Celtic was the first to win a treble, doing it in 1966-67, while Ajax was the next in 1971-72.

PSV Eindhoven then won it in 1987-88 before Man United made it happen 11 years later. Inter Milan is the only Italian team to pull it off, winning in 2009-10.