Premier League Week 11 Fixtures: Schedule, Live Stream Info and Kick-off Times

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Premier League Week 11 Fixtures: Schedule, Live Stream Info and Kick-off Times
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We are more than a quarter of the way through the 2013/14 Premier League season and plenty of questions still remain unanswered ahead of Matchweek 11.

The one thing that can be said without any hesitation after the opening 10 games is to expect the unexpected.

Cardiff City have beaten Manchester City, who have lost to Chelsea, who were defeated by Newcastle, who lost to Sunderland, who have been beaten by everyone...see where we are going with this?

 

EPL Week 11 Schedule
Date, time Home vs. Away TV
Nov. 9, 3 p.m. GMT Crystal Palace vs. Everton
Nov. 9, 3 p.m. GMT Liverpool vs. Fulham
Nov. 9, 3 p.m. GMT Chelsea vs. West Brom
Nov. 9, 3 p.m. GMT Southampton vs. Hull
Nov. 9, 3 p.m. GMT Aston Villa vs. Cardiff
Nov. 9, 5:30 p.m. GMT Norwich vs. West Ham Sky Sports
Nov. 10, 12 p.m. GMT Tottenham vs. Newcastle Sky Sports
Nov. 10, 2:05 p.m. GMT Sunderland vs. Man City Sky Sports
Nov. 10, 4:10 p.m. GMT Swansea vs. Stoke
Nov. 10, 4:10 p.m. GMT Man United vs. Arsenal Sky Sports

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UK viewers can watch Sky Sports’ live games on the Sky Player website or via SkyGo for laptops and mobile devices (subscription required). Live scores are also provided on Sky Sports News throughout each match.

All highlights are available without the need for subscription on Match of the Day (BBC One, Saturday) or Match of the Day 2 (BBC2, Sunday). Both can be found on BBC iPlayer from Monday. 

 

If Arsenal can extend their nine-game unbeaten streak against Manchester United on Sunday, then even their biggest doubters will start to retreat quietly. That’s if they’re not already locked silently away in a dark room after the Gunners’ midweek victory over Borussia Dortmund in Germany.

There will be a lot riding on the game in Manchester, particularly for the home side.

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United’s win over Fulham last weekend represented the first time in the league this season that they have strung together back-to-back wins, but their eight-game unbeaten run across all competitions suggests things are starting to click for David Moyes.

Manchester City fans will be hoping their away form improves when they travel to Sunderland. While City have won all five of their home games this season, they have struggled on the road, winning just one in five.

 

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Jose Mourinho will be hoping to keep alive his run of 65-unbeaten league games at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea entertain West Bromwich Albion. The Blues currently sit level on points with Liverpool and Tottenham, who are home to Fulham and Newcastle respectively.

Southampton’s water-tight rearguard will look to keep Hull at bay, while Everton will be after goals against bottom-of-the-table Crystal Palace after failing to break down Tottenham last weekend.

Elsewhere, Aston Villa entertain Cardiff City, Norwich travel to West Ham and Swansea take on Stoke at the Liberty Stadium, with all six teams struggling for goals this season.

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