English Premier Fixtures and Live TV Channel – Feb. 23

LONDON (Sporting Alert) — The following are the English Premier League games and live TV Channels for Saturday Feb. 23. Amongst the teams in action on Saturday are Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton and you can follow live football scores here as well.

Premier League leaders Manchester United will take on bottom place QPR and could go 15 points clear at the top of the EPL standings with a win. With defending champions and second place Manchester City not playing on Sunday, Sir Alex Ferguson has urged his players not to take their foot off the gas pedal against QPR.

Arsenal, who dropped back-to-back games at home in the last two outings, will meet Aston Villa at home again and manager Arsene Wenger believes his side is ready to break the jinx.

The Frenchman also dismissed reports that he no longer enjoys coaching.

“The love for the game and the love to win [motivates me],” he said on Arsenal.com.

“I don’t think that spark has anything to do with the length of your life. It’s just that’s how you are and you’re motivated by how much you want to win and how much you’re a winner.

“If I go out now and play one against one with you [a reporter], you will see that I will beat you and at least if I don’t manage to beat you, I will want to beat you.

“That will not change as long as I can move. We can organise that if you want!”

Everton will travel to face Norwich, while West Brom tackle Sunderland.

Full English Premier Fixtures and Live TV Channel – Feb. 23

7:45amFulham vs Stoke CityESPN2,,ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, Sky Sports 2/HD
10:00amArsenal vs Aston VillaSportsnet World, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Soccer 2Go
10:00amNorwich City vs EvertonSportsnet One, Fox Soccer 2Go
10:00amQPR vs Manchester UnitedSportsnet, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes
10:00amReading vs Wigan AthleticFox Soccer 2Go
10:00amWest Bromwich vs SunderlandFox Soccer 2Go


Just like James, Jeff works hard at providing the best possible news and reports for football fans. Some of his work includes getting starting lineups and scores in England and around Europe.


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