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Watch on NBC Sports: Will it be lucky 13 for Vardy?

30 Nov 2019
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After feasting on Thanksgiving, you can fill up even more with some top Premier League action over the weekend.

Jamie Vardy has been in sensational form for Leicester City, with 12 goals in his last 12 matches for Brendan Rodgers' second-placed side.

The Foxes striker will be looking to make it lucky 13 against Everton and keep the pressure on league leaders Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp's table-topping Reds look to extend their incredible 30-match unbeaten Premier League run at home to Brighton & Hove Albion while Jose Mourinho takes charge of his first home league match as head coach of Tottenham Hotspur against AFC Bournemouth.

There is plenty to tickle your taste-buds this weekend, so here's how you can watch each match on NBCSN, NBC and NBC Sports Gold.

A win for Newcastle United at home to Manchester City would earn them their first back-to-back victories against the club in 16 years, but it is going to be a big ask.

Pep Guardiola's men won 2-1 against Chelsea last weekend and have scored at least once in their last 17 away Premier League matches.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Chris Wood is a striker in form with six goals in his last six Premier League matches and is set to spearhead Burnley's attack again at home to Crystal Palace.

The Eagles will hope Wilfried Zaha's first goal of the season in Matchweek 13 can help turn the tide as Roy Hodgson's men target their first win in six league starts.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

This tasty London derby offers plenty of potentially juicy story-lines.

Can Chelsea's Christian Pulisic get on the scoresheet again after netting in the UEFA Champions League this week? Will West Ham United's Michail Antonio score in his fourth successive derby match? Make sure you tune in to find out!

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

League leaders Liverpool look to make it 31 Premier League matches without defeat at home to Brighton after another dramatic last-gasp victory at Crystal Palace in Matchweek 13.

Sadio Mane has scored 17 goals in his last 16 matches at Anfield. Don't miss the opportunity to see if he can further improve on that amazing run on what could be an historic day for the Reds.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

After securing a victory at West Ham in his first match in charge, Mourinho will relish taking his place in the home dugout at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against AFC Bournemouth.

Spurs have won all previous four home league matches against Eddie Howe's team, scoring 13 goals with none conceded. But could the Cherries pip Mourinho's men to the points this time?

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

The final match of your Premier League morning features an encounter between two clubs who would cherish three points.

Southampton hope that striker Danny Ings can continue his fine form against bottom club Watford - he has scored 46 per cent of Saints' goals in the league this season, more than any other player has for their respective club.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Your Sunday morning kicks off with Arsenal heading to Carrow Road, where Norwich City have lost their last three league matches.

The Canaries know that their best chance of claiming victory could be keeping a tight grip on Gunners striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has scored 80 per cent of his team's away goals this season.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Raul Jimenez will be looking to make it four in four after scoring a goal in each of his last three Premier League matches for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Sheffield United continue to prove tough to beat on the road. Chris Wilder is the first manager to go unbeaten in his opening six Premier League away matches since 2008.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

It's not just free-scoring Vardy who is in hot form right now as his Leicester side go in search of their sixth successive Premier League win on Sunday morning.

Everton will be looking to get back on track after losing to Norwich last weekend and they know that if they do win at King Power Stadium, it will be their first back-to-back away victories on the road since September 2016.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

The final fixture of the weekend takes place at Old Trafford, where Manchester United will host Aston Villa.

Recent history hasn't been too kind to the Villans. The Red Devils have lost only one league home match in the previous 24 encounters between the two teams.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

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