Premier League Week 11 Fixtures: TV Schedule and Live Stream for All Matches

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Premier League Week 11 Fixtures: TV Schedule and Live Stream for All Matches
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Matchday 10 in the Premier League had a bit of everything.

In a top-of-the-table showdown, Arsenal showed their class by winning 2-0. Newcastle shocked everyone by upsetting Chelsea by the same score. And heck, even a goalie—Stoke City's Asmir Begovic—managed to get on the scoresheet

So what will Week 11 in the Premier League have in store? And more importantly, how can you catch all of the action? 

Look no further. 

 

Schedule 

Week 11 Premier League Schedule
Date Time Home Away Watch
Saturday, November 9 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. GMT) Aston Villa Cardiff City NBC Sports Live Extra
Saturday, November 9 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. GMT) Chelsea West Bromwich Albion NBC Sports Network; NBC Sports Live Extra
Saturday, November 9 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. GMT) Crystal Palace Everton NBC Sports Live Extra
Saturday, November 9 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. GMT) Liverpool Fulham NBC Sports Live Extra
Saturday, November 9 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. GMT) Southampton Hull City NBC Sports Live Extra
Saturday, November 9 12:30 p.m. ET (5:30 p.m. GMT) Norwich City West Ham United NBC; NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunday, November 10 7 a.m. ET (12 p.m. GMT) Tottenham Hotspur Newcastle United NBC Sports Network; NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunday, November 10 9:05 a.m. ET (2 p.m. GMT) Sunderland Manchester City NBC Sports Network; NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunday, November 10 11:10 a.m. ET (4 p.m. GMT) Manchester United Arsenal NBC Sports Network; NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunday, November 10 11:10 a.m. ET (4 p.m. GMT) Swansea City Stoke City NBC Sports Live Extra

via NBC Sports

 

Preview

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Without question, the game of the week will be Sunday's matchup between table-leading Arsenal and a Manchester United side that has taken 10 points from its last four Premier League matches.

Even if Arsenal weren't the top team in the Premier League while Manchester United were in eighth, there would be plenty of storylines in this game. There's Robin van Persie facing his former team. There's the tactical battle between long-tenured Arsene Wenger and United's new man, David Moyes.

And there's Marouane Fellaini, who said he rejected Arsenal's overtures this summer to join United. This one is going to be fun, folks. 

Earlier on Sunday, the battle between Newcastle and Tottenham is incredibly intriguing. Spurs remain one of seven teams that look capable of finishing in the top four this season, while Newcastle are capable of either beating or losing to any team in the Premier League this season. 

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In their last three games, they've drawn against Liverpool and beaten Chelsea while losing to Sunderland, which at the time were bottom of the table with only a single point. There's playing to the level of your opponent, and then there is Newcastle this season. 

Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City will all be rooting on Manchester United next weekend, as each team has winnable games against West Brom, Fulham and Sunderland, respectively, and will be looking to either keep pace or gain ground on the Gunners. 

For Everton, a match against cupcakes Crystal Palace should allow the Toffees to keep pace atop the table as well. 

A lot will be answered next week, but all eyes will be on Arsenal and Manchester United. If the game ends in a draw or United earn the three points, the top of the table will be quite crowded. But if the Gunners earn the three points—and have wins over Spurs, Liverpool and Manchester United to crow about—they'll be the clear favorites to win the title, at least for now. 

 

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