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SuperSport in record EPL games broadcast


DZEKO-LIVERPOOLNAIROBI, March 2- SuperSport will be the only broadcaster in the world to air all nine English Premiership matches on Tuesday and Wednesday, with some tantalising clashes that include a fierce local derby and a tough away trip for leaders Chelsea.

The Blues must make the journey across London to West Ham United on Wednesday.

The Hammers have hit a wobble since manager Sam Allardyce claimed he was the most sophisticated boss in the Premiership, a comment that will not have gone unnoticed by the most successful – Jose Mourinho.

West Ham have the ability to surprise at Upton Park and will be able to unleash new Brazilian winger Nene.

Manchester United visit Newcastle United Wednesday with their top four hopes under the spotlight.

With only three league wins all season on the road, the Red Devils have not been happy travellers and St James’ Park is no place for the faint-hearted under lights and with the home faithful in full voice.

This will be another test of Louis van Gaal’s ability to fire up his troops.

The West Midlands derby on Tuesday that is about a lot more than bragging rights will precede the scramble at the top when Aston Villa entertain West Bromwich Albion.

Villa have slipped to the relegation zone in recent weeks, but are hopeful new boss Tim Sherwood will help spark a revival to pull them to safety.

West Brom have enjoyed better times under their new manager Tony Pulis, but will be wary of being sucked back into the relegation mix.

On Wednesday, Manchester City host bottom side Leicester City, while Arsenal head across London to Queen’s Park Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur entertain Swansea City.

Burnley will seek to ease their relegation woes when they travel to Anfield to face Liverpool.



Aston Villa v West Brom, SS3 & SSMaximo, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

Southampton v Crystal Palace, SS5, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

Hull v Sunderland, SS7, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)


West Ham v Chelsea, SS3, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

Liverpool v Burnley, SS4, Kickoff at 23:00 (EAT)

Newcastle United v Manchester United, SS5 & SSMaximo, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

QPR v Arsenal, SS6, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

Manchester City v Leicester, SS7, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)

Spurs v Swansea, SS9, Kickoff at 22:45 (EAT)