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English Premier League Fixtures For Week 3: 2016/17 Season

LONDON, Sporting Alert – Week 3 in the English Premier League will kick-off with an exciting matchup on Saturday morning and all fixtures and channel listings are available.

Broadcasting Information
Live streaming of all the games will be on the NBCSN website and App, while you can click here for all the television listings. Follow live scores at www.livescore.com.

Strong title chasers Tottenham and Liverpool will get the action going at 7:30 am ET from White Hart Lane in London, and the pair are both confident about securing all three points at the end of the contest.

In their last English Premier League outing, the Reds were stunned 2-0 at newly promoted Burnley, while Spurs squeezed out a narrow 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace, courtesy of a late finish from midfielder Victor Wanyama.

Liverpool managed to bounce back with a thumping 5-0 victory over Burton Albion in the Football League Cup second round in midweek, but manager Jurgen Klopp isn’t expecting the same kind of freedom during his side’s trip to London this weekend.

Meanwhile, two of the four teams with 100-percent records to start the season, Manchester United and Hull City will face-off at KCOM Stadium in Hull, starting at 12:30 pm ET.

Both clubs have won its opening two games in the English Premier League, but Manchester United will start as the favourite to win a third successive EPL contest this term.

While Hull City are searching for a stable boss and additional senior players, the Red Devils are quickly adapting to Jose Mourinho’s system, according to captain Wayne Rooney, who added that the players are looking forward to taking on the Tigers.

“We, as players, have to adapt to what the manager wants us to do in our preparations throughout the week and, on matchdays, we try to take the game plan of the manager onto the pitch,” Rooney said on www.manutd.com.

“It’s what we’ve tried to do and, fortunately, we’ve started the season well. We’ve prepared well this week so we’re hoping that continues.

“Of course, in every game you play, you want to do well and try to do your best to help the team win.”

Manchester City and Chelsea, the other two teams with 100-percent records in the early season will also be in action in Week 3 of the English Premier League fixtures.

Pep Guardiola’s Citizens will battle against West Ham United at Etihad Stadium, with the Hammers facing several fitness concerns ahead of the trip on Sunday.

Chelsea, in the meantime, will play host to Burnley at Stamford Bridge, and the travellers will be hoping for a similar result like the one against Liverpool last week.

In other English Premier League fixtures in Week 3, Arsenal will take on Watford at Vicarage Road, while defending champions Leicester will entertain Swansea City at King Power Stadium.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth will battle at Selhurst Park, Everton will host Stoke City at Goodison Park, Southampton and Sunderland face-off at St. Mary’s Stadium, while The Hawthorns will be the venue for the West Brom against Middlesbrough clash.

Broadcasting Information
Live streaming of all the games will be on the NBCSN website and App, while you can click here for all the television listings. Follow live scores at www.livescore.com.

English Premier League Fixtures: Week 3
Game times in ET

Saturday, August 27

Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool (7:30 AM)
Chelsea v Burnley (10:00 AM)
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth (10:00 AM)
Everton v Stoke City (10:00 AM)
Leicester City v Swansea City (10:00 AM)
Southampton v Sunderland (10:00 AM)
Watford v Arsenal (10:00 AM)
Hull City v Manchester United (12:30 PM)

Sunday, August 28

West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough (8:30 AM)
Manchester City v West Ham United (11:00 AM)

JAMES ANDERSON

James Anderson is a major football contributor for SportingAlert. Covers events from the teams in London, including Chelsea and Arsenal.

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