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The Premier League’s final matchday headlines This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

In the concluding weekend of Premier League action, things are all knotted up in the race to guarantee Champions League play for next season.

All eyes will be on Sunday’s ultra high stakes matchup where Leicester and Manchester United go head to head, and the Foxes desperately need all three points. Both sides are coming off disappointing results, with Leicester taking a 3-0 loss to Tottenham, and Manchester United getting blown away by Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinal last weekend, and settled for a 1-1 draw with West Ham on Wednesday.

On the opposite end of the table, Bournemouth, Watford, Brighton, and Aston Villa are all fighting for top flight survival. Two have to go down with the long gone Norwich City, and all will be taking the field at the same time, making for a dramatic Sunday.

Domestically, Sunday will be a trophy day in the National Women’s Soccer League’s 2020 Challenge Cup. The competition final features the Houston Dash battling against 2019 NWSL runner-up Chicago Red Stars.

Additionally, the MLS is Back tournament moves on to the round of 16 from the bubble in Florida. The host team Orlando City kicks off the action against Montreal Impact on Saturday.

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Here are this weekend’s soccer viewing options:


Serie A

3:45 p.m. –ESPN+– AC Milan vs Atalanta

Coupe de France

3:05 p.m. -beIN SPORTS, fuboTV – PSG vs Saint-Étienne

Liga MX

8:30 p.m. –fuboTV , TUDN USA – Necaxa vs Tigres UANL



Serie A

1:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Genoa vs Inter
3:45 p.m. –ESPN+, fuboTV – Napoli vs Sassuolo

Primeira Liga

2 p.m. –fuboTV – Marítimo vs Famalicão
4:15 p.m. –fuboTV – Benfica vs Sporting CP
4:15 p.m. –fuboTV – Sporting Braga vs Porto

Liga MX

8 p.m. –fuboTV, Telemundo – Guadalajara vs León
10 p.m. –fuboTV, TUDN USA, Univision – Cruz Azul vs Santos Laguna
10 p.m. –fuboTV, FOX Deportes – Tijuana vs Atlas

Major League Soccer

8 p.m. -ESPN2, ESPN Deportes – Orlando City SC vs Montreal Impact
10:30 p.m. -ESPN2, ESPN Deportes – Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution

Australian A-League

3 a.m. –ESPN+– Wellington Phoenix vs Adelaide United
5:35 a.m. –ESPN+– Melbourne Victory vs Western United

Super League

6:15 a.m. –ESPN+– Guangzhou Evergrande vs Shanghai Shenhua

K League 1

6 a.m. –fuboTV – Seongnam FC vs Gangwon

Russian Cup

10 a.m. -ESPN Deportes, ESPN3- Zenit vs Khimki

Super Lig

2 p.m. -beIN SPORTS, fuboTV – Gençlerbirliği vs Beşiktaş
2 p.m. –fuboTV – Fenerbahçe vs Rizespor

USL Championship

7 p.m. –ESPN+– Hartford Athletic vs Philadelphia Union II
7:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Birmingham Legion vs Tampa Bay Rowdies
8 p.m. –ESPN+– Louisville City vs Sporting Kansas City II
8:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Memphis 901 vs Charlotte Independence
9 p.m. –ESPN+– San Antonio vs Rio Grande Valley
10 p.m. –ESPN+– San Diego Loyal vs Las Vegas Lights
10 p.m. –ESPN+– LA Galaxy II vs Sacramento Republic
10 p.m. –ESPN+– Orange County SC vs Phoenix Rising

USL League One

5 p.m. –ESPN+– New England II vs Union Omaha
7 p.m. –ESPN+– Greenville Triumph vs Richmond Kickers
7 p.m. –ESPN+– Fort Lauderdale vs Tucson
9 p.m. –ESPN+– North Texas vs Forward Madison


Premier League

11 a.m. –fuboTV – Arsenal vs Watford
11 a.m. -NBC Sports Gold, Peacock – Burnley vs Brighton & Hove Albion
11 a.m. –fuboTV – Chelsea vs Wolverhampton
11 a.m. -NBC Sports Gold, Peacock – Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur
11 a.m. -CNBC, fuboTV – Everton vs Bournemouth
11 a.m. -NBC, fuboTV – Leicester City vs Manchester United
11 a.m. -NBC Sports Gold, Peacock – Manchester City vs Norwich City
11 a.m. -NBC Sports Gold, Peacock – Newcastle United vs Liverpool
11 a.m. -NBC Sports Gold, Peacock – Southampton vs Sheffield United
11 a.m. -NBCSN, fuboTV – West Ham United vs Aston Villa

Serie A

11:15 a.m. -ESPN2, ESPN Deportes – Bologna vs Lecce
1:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Roma vs Fiorentina
1:30 p.m. –ESPN+, fuboTV – Hellas Verona vs Lazio
1:30 p.m. –ESPN+– SPAL vs Torino
1:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Cagliari vs Udinese
3:45 p.m. –ESPN+, fuboTV – Juventus vs Sampdoria

Primeira Liga

2:30 p.m. –fuboTV– Portimonense vs Desportivo Aves

Liga MX

1 p.m. –fuboTV, TUDN USA, Univision – Pumas UNAM vs Querétaro
8 p.m. –fuboTV , FOX Deportes- Monterrey vs Toluca

Major League Soccer

8:30 p.m. -Fox Sports 1, fuboTV – Toronto FC vs New York City
11 p.m. -Fox Sports 1, fuboTV, TUDN USA – Sporting KC vs Vancouver Whitecaps

NWSL Challenge Cup

12:30 p.m. -CBS, fuboTV – Houston Dash vs Chicago Red Stars

Super Liga

1 p.m. –ESPN+– Midtjylland vs AaB

EFL Championship

12:30 p.m. –ESPN+– Swansea City vs Brentford

K League 1

6 a.m. –fuboTV – Jeonbuk Motors vs Seoul


8:30 a.m. –ESPN+– Häcken vs IFK Göteborg

USL Championship

4 p.m. –ESPN+– Colorado Springs vs Austin Bold
5 p.m. –ESPN+– New York RB II vs Pittsburgh Riverhounds
5 p.m. -ESPN Deportes – Saint Louis vs Indy Eleven


  1. NBC has so many channels, it seems they could easily afford to offer the games more US viewers want to watch. The same is true of Fox, ESPN, and Univisión — and especially over recent months, when hardly any other live sports have been available at all, but the sports networks have persisted in filling up their schedules with dull reruns and talk shows about non-soccer sports.
    But the trend now seems to be not to try to satisfy viewers or maintain loyalty, but to try to push everyone to buy more additional subscriptions and be fed more targeted ads, whether via premium cable or via streaming. It’s bad news for soccer fans, if they end up being offered less soccer on the whole via the most accessible TV channels.
    The only kind of protest I can imagine having any effect this weekend would be to write in and ask about Chelsea, Arsenal, etc. on live social media. The networks are always soliciting comments, and they only ever seem to show pets and babies. What about some pics with posters and signs asking for the games people want?

    • Hang on, I spoke too soon. I thought it was odd if NBC wasn’t using as many other channels as they usually do on the last day, and sure enough, they are — the list here may have just been incomplete.
      Chelsea vs. Wolverhampton should indeed be a really good game, and according to my schedule, it will be on both USA Network and Telemundo.
      Everton vs. Bournemouth is on CNBC, and Arsenal vs. Watford is on the Golf channel.
      As mentioned, Leicester vs. Manchester United is on NBC, and West Ham vs. Aston Villa is on NBCSN.
      Hope that helps.

  2. Why in the world would the Chelsea game not be on a nationally televised network? There are European ramifications tied to that result as well as a certain American that could feature prominently? If NBC Universal execs wanted ratings, that game seems like a no-brainer to show

    • Yeah that’s whack!!! I can understand Leicester and ManU being on NBC, as they both are competing for places in Europe but putting Villa and West Ham on NBCSN ahead of another game with European places on the line in Chelsea vs Wolves is disgraceful, especially when as you said Chelsea have the best American player in our pool playing in it smfh….I’d love to hear the rationale behind this!


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