How to watch EPL – Premier League Matchday 10: live, schedule, preview, score, results

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The English Premier League enters Matchday 10 this weekend, with Arsenal remaining atop the table after eight games. Manchester City is right behind them, trailing by just one point. Nottingham Forest, Leicester City, and Wolverhampton Wanderers are all now in the relegation zone, with each having only one win on the season.

EPL games are usually easily accessible on television, and this season is no different. Most games are broadcast live on NBCSN, Universo, or Telemundo, but you can also watch nearly every game on Peacock, NBC’s exclusive streaming service. Some matches will also be broadcast on the USA Network and streamed on fubo TV, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV.

The highlight of the weekend will be Arsenal’s match against Liverpool, who are in desperate need of a win. Jurgen Klopp’s side hasn’t won a league game since August, and they presently sit in ninth position with just 10 points. The Gunners are off to a great start, going 7-0-1 in their first eight games and sitting atop the table with 21 points. Gabriel Jesus leads the way with five goals and three assists on the season as they try to maintain their excellent form. This match will begin at 11:30 a.m. ET on Sunday from Emirates Stadium in London.

In other news, Manchester City will face 16th-place Southampton as Erling Haaland aims to build on his sensational start to the season. The 22-year-old superstar striker scored 14 goals through his first eight appearances, including three hat tricks. Southampton doesn’t stand a chance in this one because City has been practically unbeatable thus far this season. Regardless, it’s safe to say that any match Haaland plays in right now will be exciting. The match will begin at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday at Etihad Stadium.

Here’s a look at the full Matchday 10 schedule ahead of this weekend.

How to Watch EPL Matchday 10 Premier League:

Date: 8 October to 11 October

NBC and USA Network are two television networks.
Telemundo, Universo, and other Spanish-language channels
Streaming: Premier League matches may be seen in the United States on Peacock, (authenticated cable, satellite, and telco subscribers), and fuboTV via NBC’s various broadcast and streaming channels.

The historic matches will be broadcast on NBC’s flagship station, which is available to all households in the country via free-to-air television. Other cable-designated matches will be shown on USA Network. The remainder of the schedule is sent to NBC’s streaming platform Peacock, which requires a paid subscription to access.

Schedule for EPL Matchday 10:

Saturday, October 8

Bournemouth v. Leicester – 10 a.m. ET,
Chelsea v. Wolverhampton – 10 a.m. ET
Manchester City v. Southampton – 10 a.m. ET
Newcastle v. Brentford – 10 a.m. ET
Brighton v. Tottenham – 12:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, October 9

West Ham v. Fulham – 9 a.m. ET
Crystal Palace v. Leeds – 9 a.m. ET
Arsenal v. Liverpool – 11:30 a.m. ET
Everton v. Manchester United – 2 p.m. ET

Monday, October 10

Nottingham Forest v. Aston Villa – 3 p.m. ET


The Premier League schedule continues to fill up before the World Cup this winter, with another hectic weekend ahead.

Manchester City will have the opportunity to top the table for at least a few hours on Saturday when they visit Southampton, with a certain Erling Haaland sure to fancy his chances of adding to his already impressive score.

In other matches, Graham Potter’s in-form Chelsea host managerless Wolves, Newcastle host Brentford, and Bournemouth host Leicester.

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Tottenham, who have recently been under fire, will travel to Brighton in the evening kick-off before Sunday’s heavyweight clash.

Following Fulham’s short trip across the capital to face West Ham and Crystal Palace’s match against Leeds, Arsenal visit Liverpool in a crucial encounter. If Mikel Arteta’s team wins against their opponents, their title hopes will have to be treated seriously.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

MANCHESTER, England – The meeting at Emirates Stadium on Sunday could provide insight into both Arsenal and Liverpool’s futures.

It’s the latest test of Premier League leader Arsenal’s ability to launch a meaningful title push against the only team that has managed to interrupt Manchester City’s supremacy over the last five years.

For Liverpool, which is still struggling to establish form following a rocky start to the season, it’s an opportunity to lay the groundwork for Jurgen Klopp’s recovery plan.

The stakes are much higher for the Merseysiders, not least because City awaits them a week later.

Further points missed ahead of Erling Haaland’s return to Anfield would put Klopp in a bind in a season where the crown is already out of reach.

Even after the confidence-boosting Champions League triumph against Rangers on Tuesday, the German has been cautious in his commentary this week.

“I can’t wait until I can read newspapers again because I haven’t read them in weeks,” Klopp said. “The critique is very appropriate. We’re not thrilled with our circumstances. But we played some very fantastic games – it’s not like it’s been ten years, it’s not been that long.”

Liverpool has only lost once in the league this season but is now 11 points behind Arsenal.

The only victories have come in a 9-0 thrashing of Bournemouth and an injury-time goal against Newcastle.

The 3-3 draw at home against Brighton last week typified the raggedness of a club that was on track for an unprecedented quadruple heading into the closing weeks of last season. Sadio Mane’s departure to Bayern Munich in the winter has had an impact, with replacement Darwin Nunez having time to adjust.

Injuries in midfield have left Liverpool looking depleted, while Virgil van Dijk’s normal command in defense has been lacking. Liverpool has conceded first in five of its seven league games, emphasizing its defensive fragility.

It would be interesting to see how van Dijk handles Haaland, but first he must try to contain a former City striker who is having a comeback at Arsenal.

Gabriel Jesus appeared to be a steal when he was purchased in the offseason for $50 million, and he has been a major component for Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta this season, scoring five goals in eight games.

The Brazil international scored once again as Arsenal thrashed Tottenham 3-1 in the north London derby last week.

Seven wins in eight games has defied expectations and even left City trailing Arsenal.

The one defeat — to Manchester United — has not disrupted momentum, and the triumph over Tottenham has answered many worries about the team’s capacity to deal with pressure at the top.

Even with Liverpool’s troubles, another win on Sunday would be even more astonishing as proof of Arsenal’s readiness to replace last year’s runner-up as City’s new challenger.


The Premier League will take a knee before the next two sets of matches to reiterate its commitment to combating racism and discrimination.

Between October 8 and October 16, all games will be dedicated to the “No Room For Racism” program.

Before the season began, club captains agreed to cease kneeling before every game and instead choose specific dates in the calendar to make a message.

Players will make the gesture on Boxing Day, the final day of the season, as well as the FA Cup and EFL Cup finals.

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