Premier League Week 10 Fixtures: Schedule, TV Coverage and Live Stream Info
Week 10 in the Premier League could prove to be one of the most pivotal weekends of the season.
At the Emirates, league leaders Arsenal will host their early title rivals Liverpool while Everton and Tottenham Hotspur will test each others' Champions League credentials at Goodison Park, with the very first South Wales derby of the Premier League era sure to offer plenty of drama in Cardiff.
Elsewhere, Manchester United will look to build on their characterful performance against Stoke City, with some pundits already suggesting their comeback may prove to be something of a turning point for David Moyes' reign.
Cross-town rivals Manchester City will relish the visit of a struggling Norwich City side after their away defeat to Chelsea in Week 9, although Chris Hughton's men have been more impressive against the big sides of late then the recently one-sided scorelines may suggest.
The early kick-off on Saturday November 2 will see Chelsea head north to St. James' Park, where Newcastle United will seek to come back from their surprising derby loss to Gus Poyet's 19th-placed Sunderland.
Full Week 10 Schedule and TV Coverage Guide
|Date and Time (BST)||Home team||Away team||TV|
|Saturday November 2, 12:45||Newcastle United||Chelsea||BT Sports 1|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||Fulham||Manchester United|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||Hull City||Sunderland|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||Manchester City||Norwich City|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||Stoke City||Southampton|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||West Bromwich Albion||Crystal Palace|
|Saturday November 2, 15:00||West Ham United||Aston Villa|
|Saturday November 2, 17:30||Arsenal||Liverpool||Sky Sports 1 HD, Sky Sports 3D|
|Sunday November 3, 13:30||Everton||Tottenham Hotspur||Sky Sports 1 HD|
|Sunday November 3, 16:00||Cardiff City||Swansea City||Sky Sports 1 HD, Sky Sports 3D|
Live Stream Information
Subscribers to the BT Sports app can watch Saturday's early kick-off online while paid up users of SkyGo will be able to watch all three of the games set to be televised by Sky in Week 10.
Terrestrial viewers will be able to catch up on all the action as always with Match of the Day (BBC One, Saturday) and Match of the Day 2 (BBC Two, Saturday), offering highlights and analysis of the weekend's action.
Both BBC programmes will also be streamed live on the BBC Sport website, and each version of Match of the Day will be made available to watch back on the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday November 4.
Matches on TV in Week 8 (all times GMT)
Newcastle United vs. Chelsea—Saturday November 2, 12:45 p.m., BT Sport 1
It's always polemical with Newcastle. Even though Jose Mourinho's Chelsea head to the North East as clear favourites to take all three points at St. James' Park, Alan Pardew will come under renewed pressure should his side fail to get anything from their home game in Week 8.
Although the Magpies are currently stationed in 11th place, they sit just three points ahead of Norwich City in the relegation zone, with their derby day loss to Sunderland denting an upturn in form that had seen Newcastle beat Cardiff and draw with in-form Liverpool.
By contrast, Chelsea will be seeking to replace Arsenal at the top of the league, if only temporarily, with Mesut Ozil and Co. set to play in the day's late kick-off.
A convincing win will put Arsene Wenger's team under pressure with their mental strength still untested as realistic contenders for the title, and Fernando Torres will be hoping he can turn up the heat on the Gunners after scoring his first league goal of the season in the 2-1 home win over City.
Arsenal vs. Liverpool—Saturday November 2, 5:00 p.m., Sky Sports 1 HD and 5:30 p.m., Sky Sports 3D
Arsenal host Liverpool in a high-stakes clash at the Emirates late on the Saturday of Week 8 ahead of their trickiest run of fixtures so far this season.
Following on from their home clash against the Reds, Wenger's side must face United, Southampton and Everton in their next five fixtures, and will be keen to set down a marker against Brendan Rodgers' men.
Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez are currently ranked first and third in the league's table of top scorers and will be hoping to overcome Per Mertesacker and Co. with superior firepower.
Yet with Ozil, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud also in good form at present, the visitors may come unstuck against such high-quality attackers.
Regardless of the result, with some of the league's most lethal attackers set to be on show at the Emirates, it should prove to be an excellent game for the spectators both in the stadium and sat around screens up and down the country.
Everton vs. Tottenham Hotspur—Sunday November 3, 12:30 p.m., Sky Sports 1 HD
If the order of the top three is to be decided by Saturday's results at St. James' Park and the Emirates, then the identity of the team in fourth place after Week 10's games could be set by events at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Roberto Martinez's team are one of the league's surprise form sides. Augmented by the loaned-in nous and talent of Gareth Barry and Romelu Lukaku, the new Toffees have made some good early headway in their quest to deliver on their new manager's preseason promise of securing regular Champions League football for the club.
Meanwhile, Andre Villas-Boas' side have arguably been underperforming of late considering the vast array of attacking riches their squad now possesses after the sale of Gareth Bale in the summer. While the Lilywhites may be the current incumbents in fourth, their dependency on goals from the penalty spot must be addressed.
The Spurs squad will need time to jell before their ambitions of a return to Europe's main stage can be met. With that in mind, their visit to Goodison Park could well prove to be an important step in the right direction for their development as serious contenders, not just for a top-four spot but also as near-future title challengers as well.
Cardiff City vs. Swansea City—Sunday November 3, 3:30 p.m., Sky Sports 1 HD and 3:45 p.m., Sky Sports 3D
The South Wales derby is one of the most fierce rivalries in British and world football, and Week 10 will see the first top-flight showdown of its kind in the Premier League era as the Swans travel down the coast to face Malky MacKay's Championship winners.
Not only should the two sides' first meeting of the season be a feast of emotional energy and drama, but also an exciting spectacle of good football, with Michael Laudrup's technocratic passers matched up against the a powerful Cardiff side that will look to counter their opponents' style in the air and on the counter.
It should make for a thrilling clash, with both sides determined to win and secure some local bragging rights, with MacKay's men hovering above the relegation zone and Swansea eager to confirm their top-half status.
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