Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and titleholders Liverpool must put their Football League cup exit in midweek behind. It is time for Matchday 10 of the English Premier League!
The previous round of fixtures ended with the controversial Sunday clash between the Red Devils and the Blues at Stamford Bridge. After succumbing to Chelsea’s wrath in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday, Alex Ferguson and his men will be looking to steal the top spot in the EPL for at least a few hours.
Manchester United will host Robin van Persie’s former club, Arsenal, in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off. The hosts are currently second in the standings with 21 points – one less than leaders Chelsea. Arsenal, meanwhile, moved up to sixth last weekend. Victory could see them go up to fourth.
Regardless of what happens in the first match of the day, Roberto Di Matteo’s side will remain first in the English Premier League race with victory away to Swansea. Fourth-placed Spurs will also try to minimize the four-point gap that separates them from third-placed Manchester City. The latter will close Saturday’s action with a meeting against West Ham United.
Two matches will take place on Sunday, one of which will feature Liverpool at home to Newcastle United. The Merseyside Reds could not defeat Everton last weekend. Therefore, they are still in the second half of the English Premier League table while Newcastle United are 10th with 13 points.
West Bromwich Albion will face Southampton on Monday night.
To view all EPL TV listings, including repeat broadcasts, visit the English Premier League competition page.
The following TV listings are limited to US, UK and Canadian broadcasts:
*All times are shown in EST.
|Nov 3 8:45am||Manchester United vs Arsenal||ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, Sky Sports 2/HD, TSN2,ESPN3, Sky Sports 3D, RDS 2[channels]|
|Nov 3 11:00am||Norwich City vs Stoke City||Fox Soccer 2Go [channels]|
|Nov 3 11:00am||Sunderland vs Aston Villa||Fox Soccer 2Go [channels]|
|Nov 3 11:00am||Swansea City vs Chelsea||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World [channels]|
|Nov 3 11:00am||Tottenham Hotspur vs Wigan Athletic||Sportsnet, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2Go [channels]|
|Nov 3 11:00am||Fulham vs Everton||Fox Soccer 2Go [channels]|
|Nov 3 1:30pm||West Ham United vs Manchester City||Sportsnet, Fox Soccer Channel, ESPN UK / HD [channels]|
|Nov 4 8:30am||Queens Park Rangers vs Reading||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World,Sky Sports 1/HD, Fox Sports Play [channels]|
|Nov 4 11:00am||Liverpool vs Newcastle United||Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Sportsnet World,Sky Sports 1/HD, Sky Sports 3D, Fox Sports Play [channels]|
|Nov 5 3:00pm||West Bromwich Albion vs Southampton||ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, Sky Sports 1/HD, TSN2, ESPN3[channels]|
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|9||West Ham United||9||4||2||3||13||11||+2||14|
|20||Queens Park Rangers||9||0||3||6||7||18||-11||3|
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|Blackburn Rovers||Apr 29|
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