May 25, 2013; Bronx, NY, USA; A Manchester United fan (red) cheers with Chelsea fans before the first half against Manchester City at Yankee Stadium. Manchester City won 5-3. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

EPL Match Schedule and TV Guide

Another weekend of English Premier League action is upon us. Liverpool briefly slipped out of the top of the table after a draw against Swansea City and a loss to Southampton. Add in the loss to Manchester United in a Capital One Cup and it was a rough week for the Reds. They beat Sunderland and climbed back to second in the table.

Manchester United has continued to slip and they now find themselves sitting in the bottom half of the table. United was blown out in the derby by Manchester City and then United was upset at home by West Bromwich Albion. They’re looking to get back on track with three points on the road against Sunderland, who currently sit in last place.

The marquee match of the weekend is definitely the first game, Manchester City hosting Everton. Currently, Manchester City sits outside one of the coveted top 4 of the table, the top 4 teams get a chance to play in the prestigious Champions League tournament. Everton sits in fourth place and City could leap-frog them with a win.

A win wouldn’t guarantee Manchester City would move into the top 4 this week, but it would move them closer.

Which game are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.

Time Home Away TV Venue
7:45 ET Manchester City  v Everton Etihad Stadium
10:00 ET Cardiff City  v Newcastle United Cardiff City Stadium
10:00 ET Fulham  v Stoke City Craven Cottage
10:00 ET Hull City  v Aston Villa The Kingston Communications Stadium
10:00 ET Liverpool  v Crystal Palace Anfield
12:30 ET Sunderland  v Manchester United Stadium of Light
Time Home Away TV Venue
8:30 ET Norwich City  v Chelsea Carrow Road
8:30 ET Southampton  v Swansea City The Friends Provident St Mary’s Stadium
11:00 ET Tottenham Hotspur  v West Ham United White Hart Lane
11:00 ET West Bromwich Albion  v Arsenal The Hawthorns

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