The Premier League games scheduled for live TV coverage in the UK this weekend are:

Saturday 27 November 2021

12:30 – Arsenal v Newcastle Utd on BT Sport 1
17:30 – Brighton & Hove Albion v Leeds United on Sky Sports

Half of the remaining six untelevised games kick off at 3 pm on Saturday with the highlights on Match of the Day.

Sunday 28 November 2021

14:00 – Brentford v Everton on Sky Sports
16:30 – Chelsea v Man Utd on Sky Sports

The other half of the remaining six untelevised games kick off at 2 pm on Sunday with the highlights on Match of the Day 2.

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Bill Gall
1 Posted 27/11/2021 at 16:52:52
I see this game puts Villa above us
Joe McMahon
2 Posted 27/11/2021 at 17:23:26
True, Bill. They have a good squad and (despite what the bitters say) a manager who is making his mark, and is a winner.
Paul Hewitt
3 Posted 27/11/2021 at 18:33:47
Joe@2 I agree. Gerrard Is going to make a great manager. He is a total winner and will not take slackers. But he wouldn't be welcome here. He played for the other side.
Jay Wood

4 Posted 27/11/2021 at 19:55:12
Anyone interested in watching a mean and keen game of togger might want to tune into the Libertadores Cup Final - Latin America's
CL equivalent - which KO in 10 minutes.

All Brazilian affair which features the two teams that have won the trophy in the last two seasons, Flamengo and defending champions Palmeiras.

BBC iPlayer is broadcasting it live in the UK.

Alan McGuffog
5 Posted 27/11/2021 at 22:13:51
Damn right, Paul. We'd never go for him. Not whilst Steve Bruce is out there.
Danny O’Neill
6 Posted 27/11/2021 at 23:30:12
Its only off highlights, but another product of the Chelsea academy looking good for Brighton today.

Talk of right back replacement – Lampty? And he's a right-back-cum-wing-back as well.

Tony Everan
7 Posted 27/11/2021 at 23:34:06
Impressed by Conor Gallagher again, young player on loan at Palace at the moment but will be starting games for Chelsea next season, I expect. Any chance they will accept a cheeky offer for him if we ask nicely?

Interesting that he is 21 and this is his fourth loan club after spells at Charlton, Swansea and West Brom. The lower league experiences have worked well for him.

Michael Kenrick
8 Posted 28/11/2021 at 10:40:35
Broadhead scores a stunning winner for Sunderland at Cambridge.

He looks to have sliced it but it flies perfectly into the top corner.

Brian Harrison
9 Posted 28/11/2021 at 10:50:15
Watching MOTD last night and they interviewed Klopp after their game as normal, and they asked him about their game on Wednesday. Klopp said that "he didn't like these games, as people placed to much importance on them".
He went on to say " we will go there and play football and we will see what the opposition want to do".
Strange that he thinks to much importance is put on this game, as he spends more time than any other manager in the Premier league trying to fire up his own supporters and whenever they play Chelsea or City or Man Utd he always mentions how important their fans are in these games in his pre match interviews. I thought they were very strange comments coming from him.
Barry Hesketh
11 Posted 29/11/2021 at 20:36:00
Reading a few tweets about Everton's resale platform, and there is an ongoing debate with one person saying they have been told by the club that the refund for his unused ticket can only be used for away tickets, stadium tours, or as a credit towards next year's season ticket.

Others are stating that this isn't the case as they have sold their seats this season and received the appropriate refunds in their accounts.

Does anybody have any experience of the way the Everton resale platform is actually working?

Tony Abrahams
12 Posted 29/11/2021 at 20:48:16
Nobody changes the narrative to suit themselves better a Liverpudlian, Brian, it's why Klopp was the perfect manager for them, unfortunately.

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