Wednesday, September 08, 2010

EPL Weekend Slate

No EPL to summarize this week, but there is one giant juicy Wayne Rooney Scandal to read up about if you haven't already.

Beyond that, here is the weekend slate:

EPL TV Schedule - All Times Eastern

Saturday, September 11:
7:45am: Everton v Manchester United, Fox Soccer Plus
10am: Arsenal v Bolton, Fox Soccer Channel
10am: Manchester City v Blackburn, Fox Soccer Plus
10am: West Ham United v Chelsea, ESPN2
10am: West Brom v Spurs, (also shown on delay on Fox Soccer Channel at Noon)
10am: Fulham v Wolves, (also shown on delay on Fox Soccer Channel at 11:30pm)
10am: Newcastle v Blackpool, (also shown on delay on Fox Soccer Channel on Sunday at 8:30am)
10am: Wigan v Sunderland, (also shown on delay on Fox Soccer Channel on Sunday at 12:30pm)

Sunday, September 12:
11am: Birmingham City v Liverpool, Fox Soccer Channel

Monday, September 13:
3pm: Stoke City v Aston Villa,

I would not miss the difficult trip United has to Goodison Park if you have Fox Soccer Plus (if not, let's get on it). Chelsea visiting Upton Park looks tasty, too. And Birmingham City has a 16 game unbeaten streak at home up against Liverpool.


Fun Bag returns next week, I hope.


sm said...

How bad does Liverpool not signing a striker before the window closes hurt our Reds? With Dirk going down for at least a month and Fernando's tender groin (mark) I fear it may be too much pressure on Captain Fantastic to produce.


Shannon said...

Thanks, Bob. The updated schedule raised my eyebrows, especially that early Saturday game. Might have missed it without the heads up.

DJ said...

Am I the only intrigued by Sunderland's play thus far? Hopefully their new striker from Ghana fits with Bent.

Claytonga said...

Thanks for posting these times. If this is a weekly thing, you would be dearly loved. BTW, someone should post the Mike Leach CBS broadcast schedule for the week. If could be stupidly BaD or it could be audio GOLD!

Vladimir said...

Thanks, Bob. Also, don't forget the Champions League and Europa League start next week. Last year, DirecTV channels 480+ had all the games on.