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Soccer Monday: Your Running Commentary


More than three points will be on the line at Old Trafford, as Manchester United head coach Louis Van Gaal is under intense pressure to win and could be exiting the club soon if not.

Manchester United-Chelsea is normally a matchup of two of the English Premier League’s best, but that’s not the case for Monday’s contest. Both sides enter the fixture on bad form, although Chelsea has seen a relative upswing in collecting four points from the previous two games.

Meanwhile, with league-leading Leicester City taking a break from play until Tuesday, Arsenal has the chance to climb into first with a potential win against AFC Bournemouth.

A few Americans outside the EPL may also be active on Monday, as Gedion Zelalem and Rangers play Hibernian in the Scottish Championship and Danny Williams’ Reading plays Brentford.

If you will be watching today’s soccer, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule is below):


10 a.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – Norwich City vs. Aston Villa

10 a.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – West Bromwich Albion vs. Newcastle United

10 a.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – Everton vs. Stoke City

10 a.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – Crystal Palace vs. Swansea City

10 a.m. – NBCSN – Watford vs. Tottenham Hotspur

12:30 p.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – Arsenal vs. AFC Bournemouth

12:30 p.m. – NBCSN – Manchester United vs. Chelsea

12:30 p.m. – NBC Sports Live Extra – West Ham United vs. Southampton


10 a.m. – beIN Sports USA – Reading vs. Brentford

12:15 p.m. – beIN Sports USA – Middlesbrough vs. Sheffield Wednesday


10 a.m. – Fox Soccer 2Go USA – Rangers vs. Hibernian


  1. Almost surprised to see Cameron in the game today. He had a great game on Saturday, but I figured they’d give him a rest today. Guess he’s feeling better!


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