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Liverpool vs Flamengo, Man City vs Leicester feature in top seven games on TV for December 21-22, 2019 weekend

December 20, 2019 By Ali M.
Everton vs Arsenal, Man City vs Leicester, Barcelona vs Alaves, Liverpool vs Flamengo, Tottenham vs Chelsea, Juventus vs Lazio, and Real Madrid vs Athletic Club comprise our list.

What to watch on Saturday, December 21, 2019

Everton vs Arsenal at 07:30 ET/12:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBCSports.com, NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBCSN in the USA; BT Sport 1, BT Sport Live, BT Sport Ultimate in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: The goal for Arsenal is simple: win this game and bounce back from the 3-0 defeat at home to Man City last weekend. Since sacking Unai Emery, little has changed for the Gunners, with the north London giants picking up one victory since. Arsenal are expected to name Mikel Arteta as their new coach before the trip to Everton, meaning Saturday's clash should be his first game.

Man City vs Leicester at 12:30 ET/17:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC, UNIVERSO, NBC Sports App, NBCSports.com, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, UNIVERSO NOW in the USA; BBC Radio Manchester, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, BBC Radio in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: This is the game to watch this weekend in the Premier League. The two closest title contenders to Liverpool will battle it out on Saturday, with Man City hoping to incher closer to the Reds given that Klopp's men won't be in action this round due to their FIFA Club World Cup duties. The Citizens bounced back from their Manchester Derby defeat by beating Arsenal and while a win over Leicester still won't be enough for them to climb back into second, it would bring them three points closer to Liverpool.

Leicester were held by Norwich in their most recent, meaning the Foxes cannot afford another slip-up. Their most recent game came in the League Cup and that game saw Brendan Rodgers' side throw away a 2-0 lead against Everton, needing a penalty shootout to secure progression. Against Man City, Vardy and Co. must be at their best.

Leicester joke about their close victory over Everton but there can't be any joking against Man City

Jamie Vardy, Leicester City, Eveton, Carabao Cup

Barcelona vs Alaves at 10:00 ET/15:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA, beIN SPORTS CONNECT in the USA; Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV in the UK; beIN Sports Canada, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, beIN SPORTS en Español in Canada; beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports Connect, Kayo Sports in Australia; Mitele Plus, Movistar Laliga, Movistar+ in Spain 

Preview: Barcelona will be aiming to bounce back from their goalless draw at home to Real Madrid. That result wasn't a point won but two dropped as the Blaugrana struggled in El Clasico. Next up is another home game, this time against 14th-placed Deportivo.

Liverpool vs Flamengo at 12:30 ET/17:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: Foxsports.com, FOX Network, FOX Deportes in the USA; BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Live in the UK; TSN GO, TSN4 in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; SporTV in Brazil

Preview: The FIFA Club World Cup final is here! After beating Monterrey 2-1, Liverpool set up an ultimate clash with Flamengo, the Copa Libertadores champions, in what should be an epic final.

The Reds weren't at their best in that semi-final triumph but will need to be in top shape against the Brazilian outfit. There have been question marks over Virgil Van Dijk's fitness but the Dutchman trained with the club. The same cannot be said for Wijnaldum, however.

Van Dijk in training. Will he feaure in the FIFA Club World Cup final?

Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool, Flamengo, FIFA Club World Cup

As for Flamengo, they know they will be in for a tricky test. However, after their comeback win in the Copa Libertadores final, Jorge Jesus' men have proven they have the heart and desire to overcome any opposition. Can they beat the champions of Europe? Tune in to find out.

What to watch on Sunday, December 22, 2019

Tottenham vs Chelsea at 11:30 ET/16:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports App, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBCSN,NBCSports.com in the USA; SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League in the UK; DAZN in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia

Preview: This will be an interesting encounter for two reasons. Firstly, London derbies between Tottenham and Chelsea are always thrilling. Secondly, this tie will see Mourinho lock horns with his former player turned coach Frank Lampard.

However, this won't be the first time the Special One faces a coach who used to be his player – he did so last weekend with Wolves and Nuno. Spurs won that game and are now within three points of Chelsea who have lost four of their last five Premier League games. The Blues are on a two-game losing streak and will aim to return to winning ways in north London. Will they? Tune in to find out.

Juventus vs Lazio at 11:45 ET/16:45 GMT

Broadcast listings: ESPN Deportes+, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes in the USA; BT Sport 2, BT Sport Live in the UK; RAI Uno, RAI Play in Italy

Preview: The Supercoppa Italiana is here and it will see Juventus and Lazio lock horns for the first trophy at hand this season. These two sides clashed recently in the league and it did not end well for the Bianconeri, losing 3-1 to the Eagles. Since then, the Old Lady have won three straight games and have returned to the lead in the Italian top-flight.

After that spectacular header vs Sampdoria, Cristiano will be looking to guide Juventus to the Supercoppa Italiana title

Cristiano Ronaldo, Sampdoria, Serie A

Real Madrid vs Athletic Club at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN SPORTS in the USA; Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV, Premier Sports 2 in the UK; beIN Sports Canada, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, beIN SPORTS en Español in Canada; beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports 1, Kayo Sports in Australia; Partidazo in Movistar LaLiga, Mitele Plus, Movistar+, Movistar Laliga in Spain

Preview: Real Madrid head into this clash after their goalless draw in El Clasico, which was more of a positive result for them than Barcelona. Los Blancos impressed at Camp Nou, keeping things tight at the back and dominating the midfield. However, given that third-placed Sevilla is only four points behind them, there is no more room for stalemates. A win at home against Athletic Club is necessary.


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