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The 2023 Premier League season continues today with Manchester City facing off against Chelsea. If you’re interested in keeping up with the most popular soccer league in the world, including today’s highly anticipated match, then this guide is for you. 
Keep reading for everything you need to know about how to watch today’s Premier League game. 
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Premier League on Peacock Premium, $5 and up per month
Chelsea and Man City kick off today at 3 p.m. EST/12 p.m. PST. 
For the full Premier League game schedule, check out our sister site CBS Sports
The Man City vs. Chelsea game will stream live at 3 p.m. EST on Peacock. 
The EPL’s season runs for nine months, typically from August to May. In that time, England’s top 20 football teams each play 38 matches in a battle for the title of English champions. Following a six-week break for the World Cup, Premier League matches resumed for the 22/23 season on Dec. 26. 
Between the current NFL season and Premier League soccer, there’s a ton of sports to tune into in the next few months. So, be sure to keep reading until the end to check out our recommendations for the best streaming sales at retailers such as Walmart and Amazon.
While today’s game is streaming on Peacock, watching every Premier League game isn’t as simple. To catch every Premier League game live, you’ll need to have some combination of Peacock plus a live TV streaming service. Here are some of the best ways to watch Premier League soccer games, including cable, antennas and paid streaming subscriptions. 
NBC Sports Group currently has exclusive rights to the Premier League in the US and will air all 380 games of the season across its suite of channels — games are broken up between NBC, CNBC, USA and Peacock. Confused? Don’t sweat it. Check out all the ways you can watch Premier League games below.
Starting at just $5 per month, there’s no denying that Peacock is definitely the least-complicated, most budget-friendly way to keep up with the Premier League. Unfortunately, not every Premier League game streams live on Peacock. But you can watch every game on-demand after it airs. 
To see the full schedule of when (and where) every EPL match is streaming, check out our sister site CBS Sports
While Peacock offers some of its content entirely free, to stream Premier League games, you’ll need a premium subscription. There are two tiers of Peacock Premium: the $5 per month ad-supported tier, and the $10 per month ad-free option.  
Premier League on Peacock Premium, $5 and up per month
Sling TV is essentially a low-priced collection of local and cable TV channels offered over streaming. For the Premier League, Sling’s Blue tier will get you both NBC and USA at a relative bargain of $40 a month. 
Plus, Sling offers new users half off their first month of any package, including the Blue tier. There’s no long-term contract, so you can cancel at any time.
Sling TV (Blue tier), $40 per month
FuboTV is a sports-centric streaming service that offers access to almost every channel fans could need — including NBC, CNBC, USA and Telemundo. Packages also include CBS, ESPN, NFL RedZone and more. In addition to soccer, FuboTV offers NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and MLS. 
FuboTV, starting at $70 per month
DirecTV Stream isn’t cheap, but it streams all the networks a Premier League fan could want, including NBC, CNBC, USA, Telemundo and Universo. 
Plus, if you’re an American football fan as well, DirecTV Stream has almost everything you’d need to watch every game of the NFL season. DirecTV Stream’s Entertainment tier (the least expensive one) also offers Fox, FS1, ESPN and more for $70 a month. 
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DirecTV Stream (Entertainment) tier, $70 per month
A $70 monthly subscription to Hulu + Live TV offers access to NBC, USA and Telemundo, making it super easy for regular Hulu users to tune into Premier League action.
Hulu + Live TV, $70 and up per month
If you want to catch games without paying for a cable or streaming subscription, an indoor HD digital TV antenna is the way to go. For just $29, it’ll deliver any live-aired, free TV coverage in your area. That means you’ll be able to tune in to Premier League games shown on NBC or Telemundo. Just connect the antenna to your set, and watch. It’s the 20th-century TV-viewing experience with 21st-century technology.
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Looking to upgrade your home theater set-up for your next Premier League watch party? We’ve got you covered. 
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75″ Samsung “The Frame” QLED 4K TV 2022, $1,999 (reduced from $3,000) 
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Here’s a list of the best Roku TV deals at Walmart. As of publication, all these deals are still available.
This 4.6-star-rated television features 4K upscaling with Dolby Vision HDR, 32 active dimming zones, pixel-level brightness adjustment, and a gaming mode designed to reduce lag. Includes a voice remote.
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75″ Vizio 4K QLED, $798 (reduced from $998)
According to the brand, this LG TV designed to compete with Samsung’s “The Frame,” features a gallery design that “hugs the wall.” This smart TV is meant to blend in seamlessly with any other wall art you might have. 
The OLED TV features 4K-upscaling, a Filmmaker Mode to enhance your viewing experience with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, plus built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV plus, Disney plus and LG channels.
An Amazon customer called the TV “the best 4K panel I’ve ever owned.” “The panel actually does look like wall art hanging in my viewing room,” they commented.
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The Amazon Fire TV offers a 4K experience with support for Dolby Vision, HDR 10 and HLG. This smart TV is a must-have for Alexa owners. You can go entirely remote free and ask Alexa to play live TV, stream your favorite TV shows and movies, check sports scores, set timers and reminders, start video calls and more.
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