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19 Jun 2020
Christian Pulisic NBC

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Here’s a sentence you’ve been waiting to hear: Premier League Mornings are BACK!

After the season was postponed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, play will resume this week with matches taking place behind closed doors.

So fire up the coffee maker, pop some bread in the toaster and crack a couple eggs, because you’ll be enjoying watching your favourite team on NBC bright and early once again.

Here is a reminder of where we left off as we head into the first weekend of action, after Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-0 and Aston Villa drew 0-0 with Sheffield United on Wednesday.

Liverpool lead the league by 22 points. Six teams battling for the top-four spots are within eight points of each other. And four teams are within one point in the fight to stay out of the relegation zone.

NBCSN will be bringing you all the action this summer, and we’ll be telling you how you can watch all 90 remaining matches.

Here’s how you can watch all the action unfold!

Your Friday afternoon is spoken for once these two clubs kick off at Carrow Road on Friday. Norwich City find themselves at the bottom of the table but are by no means out of the race.

They are six points away from safety and will hope they can avenge their December loss to Southampton.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

The final match on Friday promises to be juicy match-up to kick off your weekend. Jose Mourinho will face his former club, Manchester United, in a match that has major top-four implications.

The Red Devils sit four points ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in the table as both clubs vie for a spot in the Champions League next season.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

Leicester City pick back up on another historic season to start the first Premier League weekend in months.

While the Foxes are looking to cement their top-three position, Watford will seek to stay out of the bottom three. The Hornets are currently above the relegation zone on goal difference.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

In the second match block on Saturday, Brighton & Hove Albion will host Arsenal as the Seagulls also look to maintain their status above the relegation zone.

They sit 15th and a win could put a little separation between themselves and the bottom three.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

The last time Wolverhampton Wanderers scored in the Premier League, it was El Tri star Raul Jimenez rippling the net.

The striker will take the field with Wolves once again on Saturday as they head to London to take on a West Ham United side who are also trying to keep their distance from the bottom three.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBC or Stream on NBC Sports

Saturday afternoon comes to a close with yet another match that will have a big effect on the battle at the bottom.

AFC Bournemouth are in the relegation zone but a win against 11th-placed Crystal Palace could see them swap places with Watford or West Ham.

Where to Watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Miguel Almiron had finally opened his Premier League account before play was postponed. Can the former MLS star keep it up when Newcastle United resume play on Sunday?

Sheffield United will hope not as they gear up for their second match since the return of play, and their run-in towards a spot in European competition.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

American star Christian Pulisic has said he’s ready to go and healthy for Chelsea’s return to action.

The winger has not played since sustaining a leg injury on New Year’s Day, and he will hope to build on an already impressive rookie Premier League campaign when the Blues take to the field against Aston Villa.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

Can your Premier League weekend come to a more exciting close? The league-leading Reds return to action in a Merseyside derby at Everton.

Depending on results earlier in the week, this could even be the match where Liverpool clinch their first ever Premier League title.

Where to Watch: Watch on NBC or Stream on NBC Sports

But wait, there’s more! The action continues on Monday as Man City host Burnley. The Citizens coasted to a 1-4 win in the reverse fixture earlier this season. Can they do it again?

Where to Watch: Watch on NBCSN or Stream on NBC Sports

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