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This weekend on TV: It's a big weekend for soccer, with RSL-Seattle at the top of the list
Saturday's Major League Soccer game between Real Salt Lake and Seattle Sounders FC is NOT in the evening. It's a 12:30 p.m. game.
It's also not on local TV because (gasp!) it's on a national outlet - the NBC Sports Network. That's Channel 695 on Comcast; Channel 220 on DirecTV; and Channel 159 on Dish.
And, by the way, this is a Really Big Game. The winner will be in first place in the Western Conference. If Seattle wins, it will maintain its lead in the overall standings; if RSL wins, it will be at least tied for first in the overall standings.<
Here's this weekend's EPL schedule (all Mountain Daylight times):
5:45 a.m.- Manchester United vs. Swansea City (NBCSN)
8 a.m. - Leicester City vs. Everton (NBCSN)
8 a.m. - Stoke City vs Aston Villa (Premier League Extratime - streaming)
8 a.m. - Queens Park Rangers vs. Hull City (Premier League Extratime - streaming)
8 a.m. - West Brom vs. Sunderland (Premier League Extratime - streaming)
8 a.m. - West Ham vs. Tottenham (Premier League Extratime - streaming)
10:30 a.m. - Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace (NBC/Ch. 5)
6:30 a.m. - Liverpool vs. Southampton (NBCSN)
9 a.m. - Newcastle United vs. Manchester City (NBCSN)
1 p.m. - Burnley vs. Chelsea (NBCSN)