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Man City potential title clincher on NBC as all 10 Premier League games broadcast in US Sunday

STAMFORD, Conn. - Manchester City's attempt to clinch its second Premier League title in three years will be broadcast on the main NBC network Sunday as NBCUniversal caps its first year of U.S. coverage by televising all 10 games on the season's final day.

All matches begin at 10 a.m. EDT. Manchester City would win the title with a victory or tie at home against West Ham. The game will be televised with Spanish commentary on Telemundo.

Second-place Liverpool's game against visiting Newcastle will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network and mun2.

The rest of the schedule has Cardiff-Chelsea on CNBC, Norwich-Arsenal on MSNBC, Hull-Everton on Bravo, Tottenham-Aston Villa on USA, Southampton-Manchester United on Syfy, Sunderland-Swansea on Esquire Network. Fulham-Crystal Palace on E! and West Bromwich Albion-Stoke on Oxygen.

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