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Watch on NBC Sports: Derbies galore in store

7 Mar 2020

Make sure you don't miss a kick of the weekend action by checking our guide on how and when to watch the next round of fixtures

How can you not love a Premier League morning? There's plenty of juicy action coming up for you from the start to the end of Matchweek 29.

After their first defeat of the season, table-topping Liverpool will look for an immediate response against an AFC Bournemouth side that nearly took down Chelsea last time out.

Then on Sunday there's the prospect of two great rivals, Manchester United and Manchester City, locking horns for what promises to be a blockbuster of a match at a crucial moment in the race for a top-four spot.

This Sunday also marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time in America, but not in the UK. Therefore, the two matches on Sunday will kick off an hour later than usual.

We wrap up with another derby as third-placed Leicester City take on an Aston Villa side lying inside the bottom three, in a match which has more than just local pride at stake.

Here’s how you can watch all the action unfold this weekend on NBCSN, NBC and NBC Sports Gold.

This weekend begins with a first. For the first time this season Liverpool head into a match following a Premier League defeat. Jurgen Klopp's Reds host a struggling AFC Bournemouth looking to build on an impressive draw with Chelsea last weekend.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

What beats a London derby on a Saturday? Arsenal have won their last nine Premier League home matches against West Ham United, but David Moyes’ side will be aiming for a valuable three points as they bid to haul themselves clear of the relegation zone.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

After bringing Liverpool’s unbeaten run to an end with a memorable 3-0 win, Watford head to Crystal Palace for a Saturday morning matchup. The Hornets boast a five-match unbeaten run against the Eagles in all competitions and have not been beaten by Roy Hodgson's team since 2017.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold 

This is a take of two promoted sides, one that is flourishing in the top flight, the other finding it a bit tougher. Sheffield United currently sit eighth in the table with a match in hand, while Norwich City are bottom. But there is renewed optimism in the Canaries' camp as they look to build on the momentum following their victory over Leicester City in the league and a midweek FA Cup success at Tottenham Hotspur.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Newcastle United have not scored a Premier League goal in four matches, but Miguel Almiron will hope his double in the FA Cup midweek win at West Bromwich Albion can kick-start his side at Southampton. Only Liverpool and Man City, with four victories, have won more matches in 2020 than Saints.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Head to CNBC to see Raul Jimenez and in-form Wolverhampton Wanderers host Brighton & Hove Albion. The Mexican striker’s 13 Premier League goals in 2019/20 have been worth 16 points for Wolves, making him the player with the most valuable goals in the league.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Unbeaten in six Premier League matches, Burnley head into this home match with Tottenham Hotspur full of confidence. Jose Mourinho’s side could find scoring a challenge as they come up against a defence that have conceded just two goals in their last five outings. Burnley are second only to Liverpool in keeping clean sheets this season.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Sunday starts off with a cracker of a contest when Chelsea and Everton face off. Carlo Ancelotti's Toffees have come out on top in the last two league matches against the Blues, who booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals with a big midweek victory against Liverpool.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Hang the 'Do not disturb' sign on your door - this is a match you will not want to miss! The two Manchester rivals will not only want to claim three huge Premier League points, but also take the bragging rights too. Man Utd have lost their last three home games to City. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils have pipped Pep Guardiola's side twice this season on the road, in the league and EFL Cup, and will be looking to complete a memorable hat-trick of wins.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

The best cure for the Monday blues? Get a dose of Premier League mid-day action! Clear your calendars in the afternoon when third-placed Leicester host second-from-bottom Aston Villa, who are looking for their first away win in the league since New Year's Day.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

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