Barclays Premier League TV Live Channels; Previews and More

Barclays Premier League Schedule, TV Channels and Live Scores Information For Tonight’s Fixtures

MANCHESTER (Sporting Alert) — Leaders Manchester United will look to move to step closer to securing the Barclays Premier League title this season with a win at West Ham on Wednesday.

Manchester United, the runaway leaders in the points standing, take on West United at Boleyn Ground needing just seven more points to lift the title from six games and manager Sir Alex Ferguson has called on his team to go out and get the job done.

The boss also confirmed that the team has no new injury concerns ahead of the clash

“We have no injuries from Sunday against Stoke. It was a tough game, certainly,” Ferguson said on Manchester United official website at www.manutd.com.

“But there were no injuries and that is a blessing of course.

“We have a good, strong squad.

“We took 20 players with us to Stoke and those 20 players will go with us again on Wednesday night.”

Also in action on Wednesday night is defending champion and second place Manchester City which take on a Wigan side at Etihad Stadium desperate for points in the league this season.

City are 12 points behind Man United, but haven’t given up on still winning the title, since they are mathematically still in the race.

Chelsea, disappointed from their 2-1 defeat to City in the FA Cup semi-final over the weekend, play Fulham, which have been backed to beat them at Craven Cottage.

Veterans John Terry and Frank Lampard who were left on the bench in the Manchester City defeat, are expected to start this game.

Barclays Premier League TV Live Channels

2:45pm West Ham vs Manchester United – Sportsnet World, Fox Soccer Plus, Nova Sports 2 Hellas, Fox Sports 2 Australia, Sky Sport 1 (Italia), SuperSport MaXimo

2:45pm Manchester City vs Wigan – SuperSport 7, Sky Super Calcio, RDS, Sky Sports 2/HD, ESPN3, Nova Sports 2 Hellas, TSN, ESPN2, Fox Sports 3 Australia

3:00pm Fulham vs Chelsea – SuperSport 5, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports 1 Australia, C+Sport (Poland), SuperSport 4

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