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Matchweek 34: Where to watch on NBC Sports

2 May 2021
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Make sure not to miss a minute of the weekend's Premier League action with our guide to the live coverage

There is plenty of Premier League action to look forward to as Matchweek 34 gets under way with third-placed Leicester City travelling to Southampton on Friday.

The following day leaders Manchester City look to move a step closer to the title when they visit Crystal Palace before Chelsea, seeking to consolidate their place in the top four, host local rivals Fulham, themselves desperate for points in the relegation battle.

Reigning champions Liverpool visit Manchester United in another mouthwatering contest on Sunday, while Tottenham Hotspur's interim head coach Ryan Mason looks for a second successive PL win at home to relegated Sheffield United.

The action comes to a close on Monday when second-from-bottom West Bromwich Albion and neighbours Wolverhampton Wanderers lock horns before Burnley host a West Ham United side pushing for a top-five finish.

Here's when and how you can watch those matches and many others on TV, or by streaming through NBC Sports.

SOU 1-1 LEI
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Southampton have dropped 21 points from winning positions, more than any other PL side this season.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

CRY 0-2 MCI
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Man City can equal the PL record of 11 straight away wins at Selhurst Park.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

BHA 2-0 LEE
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Leeds United have played more matches at Brighton & Hove Albion's Amex Stadium without winning than any other stadium in their entire history (6 – D2 L4).

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

CHE 2-0 FUL
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Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 18 home matches against Fulham (W10 D8). 

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

EVE 1-2 AVL
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Everton have not lost eight matches at home in a PL season since 2015/16.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

NEW 0-2 ARS
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Newcastle United have kept just one clean sheet in their last 20 PL home matches, coming in a 0-0 draw with Liverpool in December.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

Jurgen Klopp has managed at Man Utd without ever winning more times than any other opponent in his managerial career (6 – D4 L2).

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

TOT 4-0 SHU
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Spurs are looking to complete their first league double over Sheff Utd since the 1975/76 campaign, following their 3-1 win at Bramall Lane earlier this season.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC Sports

WBA 1-1 WOL
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West Brom have won two of their last four PL home matches, as many as they had in their previous 19 at The Hawthorns in the competition.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

BUR 1-2 WHU
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Having beaten Wolves 4-0 last time out, Burnley will target back-to-back league wins for the second time this season, last doing so against Liverpool and Aston Villa in January. 

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

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