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Weekend Premier League Open Thread

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There is no rest in the Premier League.

Manchester United v Arsenal - Premier League Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

Reading the table is tough with the unequal number of matches played, but know that there is plenty of congestion near the top.

Saturday, January 30

Everton vs. Newcastle
7:30 am ET — NBCSN, NBCSports.com
12:30 pm BT — BT Sport 1, BTSport.com

Crystal Palace vs. Wolves
10:00 am ET — Peacock Premium
3:00 pm BT — Sky Sports Premier League, SKY GO Extra

Manchester City vs. Sheffield United
10:00 am ET — NBCSN, NBCSports.com
3:00 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra

West Brom vs. Fulham
10:00 am ET — Peacock Premium
3:00 pm BT — BBC One, BBC Sport Web

Arsenal vs. Manchester United
12:30 pm ET — NBC, NBCSports.com
5:30 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra

Southampton vs. Aston Villa
3:00 pm ET — Peacock Premium
8:00 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra

Sunday, January 31

Chelsea vs. Burnley
7:00 am ET — Peacock Premium
12:00 pm BT — BT Sport 1, BTSport.com

Leicester vs. Leeds
9:00 am ET — Peacock Premium
2:00 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra

West Ham vs. Liverpool
11:30 am ET — Peacock Premium
4:30 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra

BRIGHTON vs. TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
2:15 pm ET — Peacock Premium
7:15 pm BT — Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra