LONDON, Sporting Alert – The English Premier League schedule and TV channels ahead of the upcoming games for this week, Nov. 19-21.
Eight games are listed for Saturday, with one each on the schedule for Sunday and Monday.
The latest Premier League points standings is also listed below as we get ready to go into Week 12 on the schedule.
Manchester United v Arsenal: Mourinho v Wenger
Topping the list of games on the schedule for this weekend is the high-profile lunchtime battle between title chasers Arsenal and Manchester United at Old Trafford.
For the viewers in the United States, kick-off time is 7:30am ET.
The Gunners are currently sitting fourth in the EPL standings on 24 points but will go top of the table with a win, seeing that they are in action before those above them.
Manchester United, meanwhile, are sixth with 18 points and a victory at home would draw them level with fifth place Tottenham before the Spurs kick-off in the last game on Saturday.
Arsene Wenger heads into this clash seeking his first win over rival Jose Mourinho in the English Premier League.
Mourinho has won five of the 11 previous meetings with Wenger and drew the other six.
Liverpool Have Tough Schedule At Saints
Leaders Liverpool will make the trip to St. Mary’s Stadium to face Southampton.
The Reds are the Premier League standings with 24 points, while Southampton are sitting 10th on 13pts.
Southampton defeated Liverpool 3-2 when they met in the Premier League in March, but the man who sealed the win, Sadio Mane, is now suiting up for the Anfield outfits.
The Saints will need to mark inform attacker Philippe Coutinho very closely. The Brazilian has scored three goals in his four league visits to St Mary’s Stadium, according to the league stats and info.
Despite being the bookies pick to collect all three points, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp expects a strong performance from the hosts.
“The biggest surprise for me so far [this season] has been Southampton,” Klopp said. “They have done an unbelievable job.”
Meanwhile, second place Chelsea visit the Riverside Stadium on Sunday to take on Middlesbrough, which is coming off a 1-1 draw with Manchester City.
Aitor Karanka side is looking to win consecutive Premier League matches at home for the first time since August 2008.
Third-place Manchester City travels to Crystal Palace seeking to get back on track after the draw with Boro before the international break.
Elsewhere on the English Premier League schedule for Week 12, Everton host Swansea City, Stoke City are entertaining Bournemouth, while Tottenham face travellers West Ham United.
Premier League Schedule – Week 12
Live TV Channels and Streaming Listings
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Saturday, November 19 (ET)
Manchester United v Arsenal (7:30)
Crystal Palace v Manchester City (10:00am)
Everton v Swansea City (10:00am)
Southampton v Liverpool (10:00am)
Stoke City v Bournemouth (10:00am)
Sunderland v Hull City (10:00am)
Watford v Leicester City (10:00am)
Tottenham v West Ham United (12:30pm)
Sunday, November 20 (ET)
Middlesbrough v Chelsea (11:00am)
Monday, November 21 (ET)
West Bromwich Albion v Burnley (3:00pm)
English Premier League Standings
Pos Club Pl GD Pts
Liverpool 11 +16 26
Chelsea 11 +17 25
Manchester City 11 +15 24
Arsenal 11 +13 24
Tottenham 11 +9 21
Manchester United 11 +3 18
Everton 11 +2 18
Watford 11 -4 15
Burnley 11 -4 14
Southampton 11 0 13
West Brom 11 -3 13
Stoke City 11 -5 13
Bournemouth 11 -3 12
Leicester 11 -5 12
Middlesbrough 11 -2 11
Crystal Palace 11 -3 11
West Ham 11 -9 11
Hull City 11 -14 10
Swansea 11 -11 5
Sunderland 11 -12 5