Week 38 of the EPL what games are on?

Discussion in 'TV, Satellite & Radio' started by simont, May 16, 2011.

  1. simont

    simont Member

    Nov 15, 2005
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Dose any one no what games will be shown on FOX and Espn any info.
     
  2. jgoal5

    jgoal5 Member

    Apr 4, 2001
    LV-PA
    Club:
    Aston Villa FC
    They mentioned over the weekend that the games had to be selected. I would not be surprised if the match selection looks like this:

    ESPN - Manchester United v Blackpool (Champions v club fighting for survival)
    FSC - Tottenham v Birmingham (Spurs looking to get to Europe, Birmingham hoping to beat the drop)
    FS+ - Wolves v Blackburn (relegation battle, and both could go down if they draw and results go against them in other matches)

    Stoke v Wigan is the only match with relegation on the line that will not be shown live.

    Again, none of this is confirmed. I hope they release the info soon.
     
  3. BocaFan

    BocaFan Member+

    Aug 18, 2003
    Brooklyn, NY
    For once most of the relegation battle will be televised live. Although I have a feeling its only because these teams happen to be playing Man Utd and Spurs. Still, good that they're showing the Wolves match.

    Can't believe the Wigan - West Ham match was bypassed in favour of some pointless game yesterday. Two pointless games, actually.

    Edit: Oops, I skipped through your post too quickly and now see those games aren't confirmed. Maybe they'll still show the Chelsea v Everton yawner instead.
     
  4. Rivaldinho

    Rivaldinho Member

    Jan 26, 2003
    It looks like there will be four live matches on Canadian TV: Setanta, Sportsnet, Sportnet One and TSN2.
     
  5. JayRockers!

    JayRockers! Member+

    Aug 4, 2001
    My program guide has ManU v Blackpool on ESPN2. Fox/+ still have TBA.

    Thx,

    Jay!
     
  6. unoriginal_name

    May 29, 2008
    Announced during halftime of today's Manchester City vs Stoke City game, these will be the final day games on the Fox channels Sunday-

    FSC: Tottenham Hotspur vs Birmingham City
    Fox Soccer Plus: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Blackburn Rovers.
     
  7. JayRockers!

    JayRockers! Member+

    Aug 4, 2001
    FSC:
    11:00 AM Barclays Premier League Tottenham v Birmingham City
    5:00 PM Barclays Premier League Fulham v Arsenal

    FSC+:
    11:00 AM Barclays Premier League Wolverhampton v Blackburn (10:55am ET)
    1:00 PM Barclays Premier League Stoke City v Wigan

    My guess is the announcers will break from "tradition" and provide updates to the other games during the broadcast. ESPN will definitely chat up the results of other games. So if you are a desperate Wigan fan who wants to suffer the relegation battle without knowing the results, you should probably stay away from the TV until the 1pm showing of your game.

    Thx,

    Jay!
     
  8. huhe888

    huhe888 Red Card

    Oct 3, 2007
    English Premier League

    Sunday May 22

    10:55am ET - Manchester United vs Blackpool - ESPN2 HD, ESPN3.com (live only) & ESPN Deportes HD
    10:55am ET - Tottenham vs Birmingham - FSC HD (SDD 1pm ET on FOX Deportes HD)
    10:55am ET - Wolverhampton vs Blackburn - FS+ HD & FOXsoccer.tv
    10:55am ET - Fulham vs Arsenal - FOX Deportes HD & FOXsoccer.tv (SDD 5pm ET on FSC HD)
    10:55am ET - Stoke vs Wigan - FOXsoccer.tv (SDD 1pm ET on FS+ HD)

    9pm ET - Premier League Review Show - FSC HD

    (Not available in the U.S.: Newcastle vs West Brom, West Ham vs Sunderland, Everton vs Chelsea, Bolton vs Manchester City, Aston Villa vs Liverpool)

    ==

    If you have Time Warner Cable in the New York market, you will have access to 4 matches live in HD.

    (FOX Deportes HD has launched on Time Warner Cable New York: Channel 486.)
     
  9. Rivaldinho

    Rivaldinho Member

    Jan 26, 2003
    Those first three are being shown in Canada, but Sportsnet One is showing Aston Villa vs Liverpool.
     
  10. huhe888

    huhe888 Red Card

    Oct 3, 2007
    English Premier League (updated)

    Sunday May 22

    10:55am ET - Manchester United vs Blackpool - ESPN2 HD, ESPN3.com (live only) & ESPN Deportes HD
    10:55am ET - Tottenham vs Birmingham - FSC HD (SDD 1pm ET on FOX Deportes HD)
    10:55am ET - Wolverhampton vs Blackburn - FS+ HD & FOXsoccer.tv
    10:55am ET - Fulham vs Arsenal - FOX Deportes HD & FOXsoccer.tv (SDD 5pm ET on FSC HD)
    10:55am ET - Stoke vs Wigan - FOXsoccer.tv (SDD 1pm ET on FS+ HD)
    10:55am ET - Bolton vs Manchester City - ESPN3.com
    10:55am ET - Aston Villa vs Liverpool - ESPN3.com
    10:55am ET - Everton vs Chelsea - ESPN3.com
    10:55am ET - West Ham vs Sunderland - ESPN3.com
    10:55am ET - Newcastle vs West Brom - ESPN3.com

    9pm ET - Premier League Review Show - FSC HD
     
  11. simont

    simont Member

    Nov 15, 2005
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Are the Espn 3 games shown live and thats it or will i be abel to watch them on replay latter in the day.
     
  12. blackhornet

    blackhornet Member

    Jun 26, 2008
    Club:
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Yes!!

     
  13. Cpt_K

    Cpt_K Member

    Jan 20, 2005
    Club:
    Manchester United FC
    Ian Darke said on his twitter that the trophy celebrations from Old Trafford will air in full on ESPN3. My guess is that after ESPN2 wraps up the game coverage between United and Blackpool they will throw it to the studio on TV to wrap up the relegation race on Survival Sunday while ESPN3 will continue to have the pictures and sounds from the Theater of Dreams. ESPN2 has French Open Tennis coverage at 1pm to get to.
     
  14. Cpt_K

    Cpt_K Member

    Jan 20, 2005
    Club:
    Manchester United FC
    Darke just sent out another tweet this morning saying ESPN2 will have the trophy celebration on ESPN2. Sorry for the bad info from his previous tweet!
     
  15. QPR Kevin H

    QPR Kevin H BigSoccer Supporter

    May 23, 2001
    Silver Spring, MD
    Club:
    Queens Park Rangers FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Ireland Republic
    Have to say, the ESPN (and FSC/+/FoxSoccer.com) coverage yesterday was superb. Kept up perfectly with the gripping developments.

    Having Ian Darke call all the relegation action, with HD production, from Old Trafford was a real treat and shows how far US coverage of the Premier League has come.
     
  16. blackhornet

    blackhornet Member

    Jun 26, 2008
    Club:
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    FSC also had the trophy presentation on Super Sunday+
     
  17. blackhornet

    blackhornet Member

    Jun 26, 2008
    Club:
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    It looked kind of like the Premiere League Productions people had the commentators announcing when relevant goals went in at other matches and they had the updated table graphic pop up every so often.

    However I was very upset with Fox Deportes. They were showing the Fulham-Arsenal game live and decided twice to cut to a replay of a goal from one of the relegation games. The first time obscuring the Robin van Persie goal. If they wanted to make this a 3-channel relegation block, they should have aired the Wigan match instead. People who wanted to watch relegation matches would have done so on one of the other 3 channels showing those games.

    If Fox Deportes were going to cut in with any game's goals, they should have shown those from the Man City games.
     

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