Wolves-Manchester City game online, on TVThe Wolverhampton Wanderers begin arguably the toughest possible set of back-to-back opponents in the Premier League when they host Manchester City at Molineux Stadium on Friday. Following their meeting with Man City, Wolves will travel to Anfield to face Liverpool on Sunday.
While the Reds appear to be running away with the Prem, the Cityzens are in a tight battle with Leicester City for second place in the table. With 38 points, City currently sits one point behind the Foxes, but atop many statistical categories in the league, including goals for, shots and time of possession.
Wolverhampton hasn’t been nearly as dominant and doesn’t have the same sheer firepower as City, but remains on pace for a successful season. With 27 points, Wolves currently sit in eighth place in the league table, but a win Friday would have them leapfrog three other clubs into fifth.
Here’s how to watch Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester City live online and on TV:When: Friday. Dec. 27 at 2:45 p.m. ET/11:45 a.m. PTTV: NBC SportsLive Stream: NBC Sports Liverpool are running away with the Premier League title.
The Reds enter Sunday 10 points clear of second-place Leicester City with two matches in hand, meaning Liverpool can pretty much start planning a double-decker parade for the spring. Jurgen Klopp’s men are unbeaten in their last 35 league games, but the German manager doesn’t think it’s possible to break Arsenal’s historic streak of 49 matches without a loss.
Sunday’s match could be why. Seventh-place Wolverhampton Wanderers are coming off a win against Manchester City, and Wolves are 2-2-2 against the Premier League’s “Big Six” this season. Liverpool lost to Wolves in last year’s FA Cup, so Nuno Espirito Santo’s side won’t be intimidated by Klopp’s.[RELATED: Spurs scrape draw after VAR rules out Pukki goal]Here’s how to watch Sunday’s Liverpool-Wolves match online and on TV.
When: Sunday, Dec. 29 at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT
TV: NBCSNStream: NBC SportsMikel Arteta will manage his first home match for Arsenal on Sunday, and he’ll have to do so in a London Derby.
Arsenal host fourth-place Chelsea on Sunday, with the two sides squaring off for the first time since May’s Europa League Final.
Much has changed in the dugouts since then — Frank Lampard took over as Chelsea’s manager this summer — but even more has changed in the Premier League table. The Blues have a tenuous hold on the final UEFA Champions League qualification spot, while 12th-place Arsenal enter Sunday’s match closer to relegation (six points clear) than Champions League qualification (eight points back).