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Matchweek 1: Where to watch on NBC Sports

13 Aug 2021
Matchweek 1 NBC Peacock

Don't miss a minute of the action with our guide to the live coverage as the 2021/22 Premier League season kicks off

#MyPLMornings are back, and they promise to be better than ever. A full suite of matches is on deck on NBCSN, NBC, and Peacock this weekend when promoted clubs clash with Premier League staples and some of the biggest names in the sport will face off bright and early.

Your favorite hosting trio, Arlo White, Lee Dixon, and Graeme Le Saux will be on hand to bring you the action when Tottenham Hotspur host defending champions Manchester City on Sunday at 11:30am ET on NBCSN.

The marquee fixture of the opening Matchweek will feature a new-look Spurs side, with Nuno Espirito Santo in charge for his first league match and the additions of Cristian Romero and Bryan Gil, while the champions boast their high-profile signing Jack Grealish.

Despite it being the first match, the outcome could very well play a major role in the top-four race and title challenge over the course of the season, so fire up your coffee and join Arlo, Lee, and Graeme for a great Sunday!

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

BRE 2-0 ARS
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Brentford will be the 50th different club to play in the Premier League, and the 10th from London.

Where to watch: NBC Sports

MUN 5-1 LEE
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Manchester United and Leeds United are set to face in their opening top-flight league match of the season for the first time since 1970/71, when Leeds won 1-0 at Old Trafford.

Where to watch: NBC Sports

BUR 1-2 BHA
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Burnley's New Zealand striker Chris Wood has scored eight against Brighton & Hove Albion, more than he has against any other side in his English league career.

Where to watch: Peacock

CHE 3-0 CRY
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Chelsea have won 16 of their last 20 Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (L4), including each of the last seven in a row.

Where to watch: Peacock

EVE 3-1 SOU
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Everton have lost just one of their 22 Premier League home matches against Southampton (W15 D6), remaining unbeaten in their last 16 against them at Goodison Park since a 2-0 loss in November 1997.

Where to watch: NBC Sports

LEI 1-0 WOL
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Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has scored six goals in six Premier League appearances in their opening match of the season, the joint-most of any current Premier League player in Matchweek 1, along with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.

Where to watch: NBC Sports

WAT 3-2 AVL
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This will be the first ever meeting between Watford and Aston Villa on the opening weekend of a league season. The Hornets have won six of their previous 10 home league outings against Villa (D3 L1).

Where to watch: Peacock

NOR 0-3 LIV
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Liverpool have won their last seven away Premier League matches at Norwich City, only having a longer away top-flight winning run against West Bromwich Albion (8 in a row between 1983 and 2009).

Where to watch: NBC Sports

NEW 2-4 WHU
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Newcastle United's Callum Wilson has scored eight goals in 10 Premier League appearances against West Ham United, more than he has versus any other opponent in the competition. 

Where to watch: NBC Sports

TOT 1-0 MCI
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Man City have won their first league match of the season in each of their last 10 Premier League campaigns stretching back to 2011/12, the joint-longest such run in top-flight history alongside Villa between 1891/92 and 1900/01.

Where to watch: NBC Sports

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