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Watch on NBC Sports: Can history-man Pulisic star again?

2 Nov 2019
Christian Pulisic, Chelsea

Don't miss a kick of the weekend's action by checking our guide on how and when to watch the next round of fixtures

Midfielder Christian Pulisic made history when he became Chelsea's youngest-ever hat-trick scorer in their 4-2 win at Burnley in Matchweek 10.

Now the 21-year-old American aims to build on his impressive display when the Blues visit bottom club Watford, who are still waiting to record a Premier League win this season.

And you don't have to miss a kick of the action from what promises to be another exciting weekend of top football action.

Here's how you can watch each match on NBCSN, NBC and NBC Sports Gold.

Saturday morning kicks off with a tasty match between Manchester United and AFC Bournemouth.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils will hope to continue their record of scoring at least once in 15 of their last 16 matches against the Cherries.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Both Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers will be looking for a morale-boosting result after tough draws last time out.

The Gunners let a two-goal lead slip at home against Crystal Palace while Wolves shared the points at Newcastle United. This match will hold no fear for Nuno Espirito Santo's visitors, who have scored in their last nine league matches and are unbeaten in their last seven trips to London.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Can anyone stop Liverpool? That's the big question after Jurgen Klopp's men continued their incredible unbeaten run with a late comeback win against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.

The Reds have won their last 13 matches against promoted sides, but Aston Villa will be fired up for this match too. Don't miss it!

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

History will be made Saturday when these two sides meet in the Premier League for the first time ever.

Brighton & Hove Albion are in confident mood after their late winner against Everton, and have now scored three or more goals in three matches already this season, more than they did during the entire 2018/19 campaign. Norwich City have not won since their shock 3-2 result against Manchester City back in September.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

It's been a tough week for Southampton who suffered a chastening 9-0 defeat by Leicester City last time out and were then knocked out of the EFL Cup by Man City in midweek.

Ralph Hasenhuttl's Saints head back to the Etihad Stadium for the second time in five days and will have to be at their best to outsmart free-scoring Man City, the highest-scoring team in the league with 32 goals so far.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

If you like a bit of history, this is definitely the weekend for you as Sheffield United and Burnley meet in the Premier League for the first time.

The Clarets will need to keep a tight rein on Blades' frontman Lys Mousset if they are going to return to winning ways. Mousset has scored three goals from his last four shots in the league for Chris Wilder's side.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

DeAndre Yedlin and Miguel Almiron could line up for shot-shy Newcastle, who have managed only six goals in 10 Premier League matches this season - the joint-lowest return in the club's 127-year history.

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini has a good managerial record against the Magpies, having racked up 25 goals at the expense of their Matchweek 11 opponents and conceding only twice.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

When Pulisic became Chelsea's youngest-ever hat-trick scorer at Burnley last weekend, he was also the first American since Clint Dempsey to net three goals in a Premier League match.

Can he keep the goalscoring up and help Frank Lampard's men to a fifth successive Premier League win on the road?

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Both Crystal Palace and Leicester City will be full of confidence heading into Sunday's Selhurst Park early morning showdown.

The Eagles battled back from a two-goal deficit to get a point at Arsenal in Gameweek 10, while Brendan Rodgers' Foxes hit nine goals in a record-breaking win at Southampton. Jamie Vardy hit a hat-trick in that match and the Leicester striker is now the league’s leading scorer with nine goals. Palace, you have been warned!

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Your Sunday comes to a close with two sides determined to kick-start their season by claiming three points.

Although Spurs are unbeaten in their last 13 encounters with Everton, they have not won away from home in their last 11 attempts. The Toffees, however, have won seven of their last nine Premier League matches at home and kept a clean sheet in seven of their last 10.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

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