The English Premier League returns this weekend, with a full slate of matches scheduled from Saturday, August 31 to Sunday, September 1. With all 20 clubs in action, there’s no shortage of intriguing storylines to follow.

Will Watford finally claim its first victory of the season when it takes on plucky Newcastle United? Can Chelsea pull off its first clean sheet of 2019 when it clashes with Sheffield United? Are the Reds due for a bit of regression when they battle Burnley at Turf Moor?

We can’t answer those questions just yet, but we can tell you where you’ll see the answers unfold. We’ve included full details on where you can watch every EPL match this weekend in the table below.

EPL TV viewing guide

DateMatchStart TimeNetwork
August 31Southampton vs Manchester United7:30 a.m. ETNBCSN
August 31Chelsea vs Sheffield United10:00 a.m. ETNBCSN
August 31Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa10:00 a.m. ETNBCSG*
August 31Leicester City vs Bournemouth10:00 a.m. ETNBCSG
August 31Manchester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion10:00 a.m. ETNBCSG
August 31Newcastle United vs Watford10:00 a.m. ETNBCSG
August 31West Ham United vs Norwich City10:00 a.m. ETNBCSG
August 31Burnley vs Liverpool12:30 p.m. ETNBC
September 1Everton vs Wolverhampton9:00 a.m. ET NBCSN
September 1Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur11:30 a.m. ETNBCSN

*NBC Sports Gold broadcasts all 380 Premiere League matches on-demand and features daily and weekly programs with stories and personalities from around the league.

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