First-Place Liverpool Host Second-Place Manchester City on Sunday, Nov. 10 Live on Telemundo beginning at 11 a.m. ET, with Special Coverage from Anfield Led by Telemundo Deportes’ Experts Andres Cantor and Manuel Sol

Miami – November 7, 2019 – Telemundo Deportes’ Premier League action returns this weekend with special, on location coverage live from Anfield as first-place Liverpool host second-place Manchester City in Premier League’s biggest match of the season, live on Telemundo on Sunday, Nov. 10. Coverage kicks off at 11 a.m. ET featuring five-time Emmy award winning Andres Cantor and former Mexican soccer star Manuel Sol who will call the action live from Anfield, and provide pre-game analysis and extensive coverage from Liverpool leading to the match.

In the most anticipated match of the season, the unbeaten Reds host Sergio Aguero and the defending champions as Manchester City aim to close the current six-point gap separating the clubs at the top of the table in their first of six challenging matches they will face against the “big 6” – Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.

Throughout the weekend, Cantor and Sol will provide extensive multimedia coverage from Liverpool. The two experts will feature special social media content featuring their travel journey, including their experience and behind the scenes preparations ahead of the game while also highlighting stories behind Liverpool, the fans and the culture and environment leading up to the big matchup. In addition, Cantor and Sol will provide extensive analysis on Titutales y Mas every night leading to Sunday and across La Liga Premier Extra pre-game shows.

Premier League weekend’s coverage kicks off Friday with Norwich vs. Watford at 2:55 p.m. ET live on the Telemundo Deportes app. Action continues Saturday as Christian Pulisic and Chelsea visit Crystal Palace, followed by Tottenham vs. Sheffield United at 9:55 a.m. ET. Pulisic has scored four goals in Chelsea’s past two matches and looks to become the first American to score at least one goal in three consecutive Premier League matches since Clint Dempsey accomplished the feat with Fulham in 2012 (March 31 – April 9).

Also on Saturday, Tottenham face Sheffield United live on Universo at 9:55 a.m. ET, followed by Leicester City vs. Arsenal at 12:30 p.m. ET. Fifth-place Arsenal aim for three points in the race for a top-4 finish, while third-place Leicester City, led by top goal-scorer Jamie Vardy (10 goals), look to increase their winning streak to five matches.

On Sunday, action begins at 8:55 a.m. when Manchester United host Brighton, live on Universo. Brighton look for their fourth consecutive win with the help of the midfielder young star Steven Alzate who makes his first Premier League appearance since being called into the Colombian National Team squad for the first time ever ahead of FIFA friendlies.

Coverage wraps up Sunday at 1:30 p.m. ET, with special onsite coverage for Telemundo Deportes’ Emmy-nominated sports analysis show – and the only Spanish-language show dedicated exclusively to capturing all the action of the Premier League –La Liga Premier: Tercer Tiempo.

The network’s soccer experts Sammy Sadovnik, Copán Álvarez, Eduardo Biscayart and Carlos Hermosillo will provide play-by-play commentary throughout the weekend and contribute to the pre and post analysis alongside Emmy-winning expert Miguel Gurwitz.

Telemundo Deportes’ Premier League schedule (Nov. 8-10):

**Coverage will start with a 30-minute pregame show: La Liga Premier Extra.

DateTime (ET)MatchNetwork
Fri, Nov. 82:55 p.m.Norwich vs. WatfordTelemundo Deportes App
Sat, Nov. 97:25 a.m.Chelsea vs. Crystal PalaceUniverso; Telemundo Deportes App
 9:55 a.m.Tottenham vs. Sheffield UnitedUniverso, Telemundo Deportes App
 12:25 p.m.Leicester City vs. ArsenalTelemundo Deportes App
Sun, Nov. 108:55 a.m.Manchester United vs. BrightonUniverso,
Telemundo Deportes App
 11 a.m.Liverpool vs. Manchester CityTelemundo;
Telemundo Deportes App


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