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Matchweek 33: Where to watch on NBC Sports

25 Apr 2021
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Don't miss a minute of the Premier League action with our guide to the live coverage

The matches are coming thick and fast with key battles at the top and bottom of the Premier League this weekend.

Matchweek 33 gets under way on Friday when Everton aim to close the gap on the top five with victory at Arsenal, who sit one place and three points behind the Toffees.

The chase for European football is at the forefront of Saturday's matches, which include a mouthwatering London derby between fifth-placed West Ham United and Chelsea, in fourth.

On Sunday, Manchester United aim to keep the pressure on leaders Manchester City when they visit Leeds United before Aston Villa host West Bromwich Albion, with the Baggies needing vital points in their relegation battle.

Leicester City, also in the hunt for a top-four finish, bring the matchweek to a close on Monday with a home encounter against Crystal Palace.

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

ARS 0-1 EVE
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Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 24 Premier League home matches against Everton (W20 D4), since a 2-1 defeat in January 1996.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

LIV 1-1 NEW
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Newcastle United are aiming to win three PL matches in a row for the first time since November 2018, when Rafael Benitez was in charge.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

WHU 0-1 CHE
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West Ham have secured 31 points in home matches this season, second only to Man City's 38.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

SHU 1-0 BHA
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Sheffield United have lost all 11 of their PL matches played on a Saturday this season. Only Sunderland have had a longer losing streak on a specific day, losing 16 Saturday matches in a row between January 2003 and September 2005.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

WOL 0-4 BUR
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Wolverhampton Wanderers are the only side this season yet to lose a Premier League match in which they have scored the first goal (W8 D1).

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

LEE 0-0 MUN
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Man Utd are unbeaten in their last 23 PL away matches (W15 D8), with only Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004 having a longer such run in English top-flight history, with 27.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports and Peacock

AVL 2-2 WBA
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Seven of Villa striker Ollie Watkins' 12 PL goals this season have come in matches played on a Sunday. The only player to have scored more Sunday goals for the Villans in a single top-flight campaign is Juan Pablo Angel with nine in 2003/04.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

LEI 2-1 CRY
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With eight victories Palace have won more PL matches against Leicester than they have versus any other side, while their four away successes against the Foxes in the competition is a joint-record for the Eagles, who have also won four times at Everton.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

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