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EPL doubleheader sets viewing record
March 18th, 2014 8:03PM
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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Sunday's English Premier League doubleheader of Manchester United-Liverpool and Tottenham-Arsenal averaged 725,000 viewers on NBCSN to rank as the most-watched Premier League Sunday doubleheader on cable ever.

NBCSN’s telecast of Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Manchester United averaged 779,000 viewers to rank as the most-watched early-morning Sunday match this season, the fourth most-watched Premier League game on NBCSN this season, and fifth most-watched ever on cable.

Since the start of the 2013-2014 Premier League season, NBCSN has posted four of the five most-watched Premier League cable telecasts on record.

Most-Viewed EPL games on cable:
1,033,000 Manchester United v. Manchester City (ESPN, 2012)
1,019,000 Chelsea v. Manchester United (NBCSN, 2014)
852,000 Manchester United v. Manchester City (NBCSN, 2013)
803,000 Arsenal v. Manchester United (NBCSN, 2013)
779,000 Manchester United v. Liverpool (NBCSN, 2013)

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