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Matchweek 7: Where to watch on NBC Sports

31 Oct 2020
MW7 NBC

Make sure not to miss a minute of the weekend's Premier League action with our guide to the live coverage

The Premier League returns for Matchweek 7 and there is plenty to look forward to.

The action begins on Friday with Wolverhampton Wanderers hosting Crystal Palace before Sheffield United face a tough test at home to Manchester City on Saturday.

On Sunday, Manchester United will aim to extend their impressive home record against Arsenal

Here's when and how you can watch each match over the weekend on TV or streaming through NBC Sports.

Wolves cele

With 10 points from six matches, Wolves have made their best-ever start to a Premier League season.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Sheffield United v Manchester City

Sheffield United have never beaten Manchester City in the Premier League in eight attempts (D3 L5). It is their longest run against any side in the competition without a win.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Edouard Mendy, Chelsea

Edouard Mendy can become the first Chelsea goalkeeper since Petr Cech in 2004 to start with three consecutive Premier League clean sheets.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

David Moyes

David Moyes is seeking a first win in 16 Premier League trips to Liverpool as a manager (D6 L9).

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Southampton

Only Liverpool and Man City have more Premier League wins in 2020 than Southampton’s 12.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Newcastle United v Everton

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored more goals against Newcastle United than versus any other Premier League opponent (4).

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Manchester United

Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 13 home league matches against Arsenal (W8 D5), since a 0-1 loss in September 2006.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Harry Kane

If Harry Kane scores twice in his 217th match he will be the joint-second quickest player to reach 150 Premier League goals, level with Sergio Aguero and only behind Alan Shearer's 212 matches.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Brighton & Hove Albion v West Bromwich Albion

Karlan Grant’s next league goal will be the 50th of his career.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Leeds United

Leeds United’s 12 goals are the most by a promoted team in their first six matches since Middlesbrough in 1992/93

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

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