The International break is over and it is time for the Premier League’s return. Starting with this Saturday’s 3 PM kick-off, the Premier League enters its festive fixture list that will culminate with the Boxing Day fixtures.
As per the rules, no 3 PM kick-off will be aired live in the UK. Some fans look for channels of neighbouring countries where this embargo isn’t in effect. Others know about Potato Streams and how simple it is to watch every Premier League game on the app.
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You would do well to not miss this weekend’s fixtures especially considering the fact that all 3 PM games are going to be cracking fixtures. Manchester United, Everton, Manchester City, Liverpool will all be in action. These games will be followed by a London Derby at Wembley, where Spurs host Chelsea.
The 3 PM kick-off this Saturday:
- West Ham United v Manchester City
- Everton v Cardiff City
- Brighton v Leicester City
- Manchester United v Crystal Palace
- Watford v Liverpool
- Fulham v Southampton
Although all of these games will be wildly followed across the UK, it will not be possible to catch them live on the television. We understand that it is not possible to see a game in the stadia every week and if it concerns you, get the Potato Streams app to watch all of these games live straight on your phone.
Excitement doesn’t end with the 3 PM kick-off this Saturday
Once done with the coterie of 3 PM fixtures, you can then feast on the derby in London between Spurs and Chelsea. Pochetino’s time is running out to make it to a top-four spot, while Chelsea will look to build on their unbeaten start. The result should be a riveting derby, for the faithful as well as the neutrals. This game will be live from Wembley on the Potato Streams app for you to watch.
The remaining games will also be live
There will be a total of 10 fixtures available this weekend as usual. As is the norm on Potato Streams, you can watch them all with just one app installed on your phone or tablet. Sunday features two games, with Arsenal the most high profile team featuring on the day. These are the remaining fixtures this game-week:
- Bournemouth v Arsenal at 14:30 BST, Sunday
- Wolves v Huddersfield at 17:00 BST, Sunday
- Burnley v Newcastle United at 21:00 BST, Monday
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No matter the day of the week, or the team playing or the timing of the kick-off. Catch all games live and free on Potato Streams. You can watch the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup, Carabao Cup and International matches. Doesn’t matter where doesn’t matter when. If it’s live football, it’s on Potato Streams.