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EPL Week 12 Fixtures: TV Schedule, Live Stream Info and Full List of Predictions
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The Premier League is set to return on Nov. 23 after yet another international break.

Everton and Liverpool fans have a special derby date to look forward to, while other corkers see Chelsea travel to West Ham and Manchester City host a Tottenham Hotspur side that is short on confidence.

Let's take a look through the full Week 12 schedule, TV listings and predictions before breaking down the major games.

Premier League Week 12 Schedule and Predictions
Home Team vs. Away Team Date, K/O Time and Location Broadcaster Prediction
Everton vs. Liverpool Nov. 23, 12:45 p.m. GMT, Goodison Park. BT Sport 2-2
Arsenal vs. Southampton Nov. 23, 3 p.m. GMT, Emirates Stadium. 3-1
Fulham vs. Swansea Nov. 23, 3 p.m. GMT, Craven Cottage. 1-2
Hull vs. Crystal Palace Nov. 23, 3 p.m. GMT, KC Stadium. 2-0
Newcastle vs. Norwich Nov. 23, 3 p.m. GMT, St. James' Park. 3-0
Stoke City vs. Sunderland Nov. 23, 3 p.m. GMT, Britannia Stadium. 2-1
West Ham vs. Chelsea Nov. 23, 5:30 p.m. GMT, Boleyn Ground. Sky Sports 0-2
Manchester City vs. Tottenham Nov. 24, 1:30 p.m. GMT, Etihad Stadium. Sky Sports 3-1
Cardiff City vs. Manchester United Nov. 24, 4 p.m. GMT, Cardiff City Stadium. Sky Sports 1-2
West Brom vs. Aston Villa Nov. 25, 8 p.m. GMT, The Hawthorns. Sky Sports 1-1

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BT Sport subscribers can view Everton vs. Liverpool via the BT Sport app.

U.K. viewers can watch Sky Sports’ live games on the Sky Player website or via Sky Go 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). The latter programme can be found on BBC iPlayer from Monday.

 

Biggest Games to Watch This Weekend

Everton vs. Liverpool, Nov. 23, 12:45 p.m. GMT, Goodison Park

The Merseyside derby needs little introduction, especially when both clubs have enjoyed excellent starts to the Premier League season.

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Everton remain unbeaten at home. Roberto Martinez will be particularly pleased with the win against Chelsea and draw with Spurs, two matches where the Toffees showed great determination to grind out results.

Liverpool’s away form has been a little ropey this campaign, with two wins in five trips away from Anfield. Brendan Rodgers will want his team to lay down a quick marker against their neighbours and atone for the recent 2-0 loss against Arsenal.

Expect fire, passion and plenty of Luis Suarez.

 

West Ham vs. Chelsea, Nov. 23, 5:30 p.m. GMT, Boleyn Ground

Chelsea haven’t won in two Premier League games and need to begin taking maximum points with greater regularity if Jose Mourinho’s men are to deliver on their tag as title favourites.

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The London derby against West Ham will be a huge test of character for the team that recently suffered an away defeat to Newcastle.

Sam Allardyce’s Hammers need a massive performance to banish memories of the dismal 3-1 loss to Norwich and can head into this one with nothing to lose.

A super show from Mohamed Diame helped the home side to a 3-1 victory in last year’s corresponding fixture, suggesting the Blues must be at their battling, physical best to grab three points.

 

Manchester City vs. Tottenham, Nov. 24, 1:30 p.m. GMT, Etihad Stadium

An odd season has seen Manchester City rack up maximum points from their five homes games but just four points from six away matches.

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Manuel Pellegrini will be relieved to welcome Spurs to the Etihad, then, especially as Andre Villas-Boas’ team only have two wins in their last five games.

City eased seven past Norwich during their last Premier League home fixture and simply cannot be expected to lose this one. Spurs’ new signings continue to misfire in a situation that is starting to highlight how important Gareth Bale was for the club.

With the Welshman playing brilliantly at Real Madrid, travelling fans may wonder who can pop up and give City’s title hopes another dent after the recent loss to Sunderland.

 

All statistics provided by the Premier League's official website.

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