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Watch on NBC Sports: Can Liverpool break Sheff Utd jinx?

28 Sep 2019
Roberto Firmino, Liverpool

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Liverpool are three victories away from matching Manchester City's Premier League record set in 2017 of 18 consecutive wins.

But Jurgen Klopp's side face a tricky trip to Sheffield United, where they have never won in the Premier League.

Will it be joy for Chris Wilder's Blades, or can the Reds record an historic victory at Bramall Lane?

Here's how you can watch this match and the rest of the weekend's action on NBCSN, NBC and NBC Sports Gold.

SHU 0-1 LIV
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Liverpool's attacking trio of Sadio Mane (12), Mohamed Salah (9) and Roberto Firmino (6) have recorded 64 per cent of the 42 goals netted during their winning run. In fact, there was only one match, against Cardiff City, in which none of them scored.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

AVL 2-2 BUR
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Striker Ashley Barnes has scored more Premier League goals than any other Burnley player, but he has not hit the net against a promoted side in 18 attempts.

Can Barnes add to his four goals in 2019/20, or will Aston Villa get the points needed to propel them out of the relegation zone?

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

BOU 2-2 WHU
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If it's goals you're looking for, this could be the one for you. The four previous Premier League meetings between AFC Bournemouth and West Ham United at Vitality Stadium have produced 17 goals.

And Cherries' striker Callum Wilson has scored six goals in six Premier League appearances against the Hammers – more than against any other opponent.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

CHE 2-0 BHA
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Frank Lampard's young Chelsea side hit Grimsby for seven in their midweek Carabao Cup success, with another assist for Christian Pulisic.

But Brighton & Hove Albion will look to keep the Blues waiting for that elusive first home Premier League win of 2019/20.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

CRY 2-0 NOR
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There's been no stopping Norwich City’s Teemu Pukki, whose six goals and two assists account for an incredible 89 per cent of the Canaries' goals.

Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace are in great form too, but must keep Pukki quiet in order to keep their five-game unbeaten home run going.         

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

TOT 2-1 SOU
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It's back on home soil for Tottenham Hotspur - and they will be hoping to get back to winning ways, after losing at Leicester City in Matchweek 6.

But Ralph Hasenhuttl's Southampton have won back-to-back away matches in the Premier League and victory would be the first time they have won three on the road since 2015.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

WOL 2-0 WAT
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The two sides lying in the bottom two places, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Watford, are looking to get their first three-point haul of the season.

Can Raul Jimenez work his magic for Wolves or will the Hornets end a winless run at the 11th attempt? Tune in to find out!

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

EVE 1-3 MCI
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Champions Manchester City have scored in 28 consecutive Premier League matches, the third-longest stretch in Premier League history.

This is going to be a tough test for Everton and the Toffees defence will have to stick to the job in hand if they are going to have any joy.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

LEI 5-0 NEW
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This fixture on Sunday gives you ample time to have a leisurely breakfast then settle down as Leicester City and Newcastle United look to serve up a treat.

Brendan Rodgers' side will be in confident mood after their win against Spurs last time out and are looking to reverse their disappointing home record of two straight losses to Newcastle.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

MUN 1-1 ARS
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You're going to want to find an excuse to get out work for this one! Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has bagged 13 goals in his last 13 league matches, including the late winner in last Sunday's five-goal thriller against Villa.

He will be looking to lead his Arsenal side to consecutive league victories against Manchester United for the first time since the 2006/07 season. 

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

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