The weekend is here and what time is weekend time? Yes you guessed it right, it is Premier League time. What’s that? You are worried about the timings and the sources where you can watch the games. Don’t fear as we bring to you the schedule and the sources where you can watch the games during this weekend.
All times mentioned here are UK times.
Friday 30th October: Wolves v Crystal Palace (3pm).
Saturday 31st October: Sheffield United v Man City (12:30pm), Burnley v Chelsea (3pm), Liverpool v West Ham (5:30pm).
Sunday 1st November: Aston Villa v Southampton (12pm), Newcastle v Everton (2pm), Man United v Arsenal (4:30pm), Tottenham v Brighton (7:15pm).
Monday 2nd November: Fulham v West Brom (5:30pm), Leeds v Leicester (8pm).
WHERE TO WATCH
1. SKY SPORTS: The network remains the home of football as usual. You can add the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football channels of the network for as low as £18 per month and £23 per month respectively.
2. NOW TV: The streaming service issues day-passes and monthly-passes for £9.99 and £33.99 respectively. You can stream the service on your PC, Smart TV, Smart phones or gaming consoles.
3. BT SPORT: The network is another wonderful place to watch football. You can either take the monthly subscription of the sport pack for £10 or buy a monthly-pass for £25.
4. AMAZON PRIME VIDEO: The streaming service is the best option if you are a first time Amazon Prime user as then you will be able take advantage of the 30 day free trial period.
So grab your popcorns, jerseys and drinks and jump onto the couch. Let the show begin!