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Matchweek 12: Where to watch on NBC Sports

12 Dec 2020
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Ensure you don't miss a minute of the weekend's Premier League action with our guide to the live coverage

The Premier League returns for Matchweek 12 and there are plenty of mouthwatering contests to look forward to.

The action begins on Friday with Leeds United hosting West Ham United, before Saturday's big derby between Manchester United and Manchester City.

On Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur make the short trip across London to Crystal Palace, while champions Liverpool visit Fulham.

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

L LEE 1-2 WHU
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West Ham United v Manchester United

West Ham can equal a club record by opening the scoring in a seventh straight Premier League match. 

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

WOL 0-1 AVL
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Ollie Watkins

Aston Villa have won three of their last four PL away matches, after winning three of their previous 40. 

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

NEW 2-1 WBA
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Newcastle United 2-1 Everton

Callum Wilson has been involved in 75 per cent of Newcastle United’s 12 PL goals, netting seven times and adding two assists. 

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

MUN 0-0 MCI
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Anthony Martial, Man Utd

Anthony Martial can become the first Man Utd player to score in three consecutive PL Manchester derbies since Eric Cantona, who did so in five straight meetings between March 1993 and April 1996. 

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

EVE 1-0 CHE
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Chelsea v Leeds United

Olivier Giroud can equal Chelsea’s club record by scoring in a seventh consecutive PL start, matching Mark Stein’s run in 1993/94. 

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

SOU 3-0 SHU
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Oli McBurnie, Sheff Utd

Since the start of last season, Oliver McBurnie has netted seven PL goals, more than any other Sheffield United player.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

CRY 1-1 TOT
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Mourinho, Tottenham Hotspur

Jose Mourinho has won 64 per cent of his PL London derbies, the highest ratio of any manager who has overseen at least 20 such matches. 

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

FUL 1-1 LIV
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Mohamed Salah

Liverpool have won their last 18 PL matches against promoted teams, the second-longest run after Chelsea’s 27-match sequence between October 2002 and November 2006.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

ARS 0-1 BUR
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored more PL goals against Burnley than against any other side, after seven strikes in five matches. 

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

LEI 3-0 BHA
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Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton & Hove Albion have picked up 14 points in their last eight PL away matches (W4 D2 L2), as many as in their previous 20 on the road (W2 D8 L10). 

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

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