If you live in a place in the world that has cable or satellite television, you probably have access to English Premier League football this weekend, just like every weekend! Week 10 of the season kicks off with a couple of marquee fixtures. Chelsea take on Arsenal as the Gunners look to solidify their status as a top-four contender, while the Blues look to re-establish their title contender status. Elsewhere, Manchester United take on Everton in a smaller local rivalry match that can become somewhat of a proper derby when the Toffees aren't flat broke. Games involving the other members of the 'Sky Six' are widely available on TV in the USA and UK.
TV Schedule - Saturday
Everton Vs. Manchester United - 12:00 pm local, 7:00 am ET
ESPN Deportes (USA - Spanish), ESPN3 (USA - English), Rogers Sportsnet World (Canada)
Remarkably, those of you in the UK will have to wait until Match Of The Day to see coverage of this one. Sorry!
Chelsea Vs. Arsenal - 12:45 pm local, 7:45 am ET
ESPN2/ESPN3 (USA), Sky Sports 2 (UK)
In this instance, Canada gets the shaft.
Manchester City Vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 3:00 pm local, 10:00 am ET
FOX Soccer Channel (USA - English), FOX Deportes (USA - Spanish), Rogers Sportsnet World (Canada)
It's Match Of The Day highlights for you, UK.
West Bromwich Albion Vs. Liverpool - 5:30 pm local, 12:30 pm ET
FOX Soccer Channel (USA), ESPN (UK)
No love for you, Canada.
Tottenham Hotspur Vs. Queens Park Rangers - 5:00 pm local, 12:00 pm ET
FOX Soccer Channel (USA - English), FOX Deportes (USA - Spanish), Sky Sports 1 (UK), Rogers Sportsnet World (Canada)
Smiles and hugs for everyone! If you live in the USA, Canada or the UK, you can catch the Sunday match. Matches other than these five will have limited availability, so check your local listings. In the USA, most Premier League games that are not on FOX Soccer Channel or ESPN can be seen on subscription service FOXSoccer.tv.