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Chelsea-Liverpool game breaks morning viewing record
April 30th, 2014 9:20PM

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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Liverpool on Sunday averaged 940,000 viewers on NBCSN, ranking as the most-watched early morning EPL match on U.S. television.

The match at Anfield was the most-watched game on U.S. cable not involving Manchester United and third most-watched game ever on U.S. cable.

Most-Viewed EPL games on cable:
AVG. MATCH (NETWORK, YEAR)
1,033,000 Man. United vs. Man. City (ESPN, 2012)
1,019,000 Chelsea vs. Man. United (NBCSN, 2014)
940,000 Liverpool-Chelsea (NBCSN, 2014)
852,000 Man. United v. Man. City (NBCSN, 2013)
803,000 Arsenal v. Man. United (NBCSN, 2013)


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