Whether one team is dominating or champions Manchester City are being pushed all the way by the chasing pack, the Premier League remains as the most exciting and popular division in football. It means that their viewing figures are sky-high during every given matchday, from the early kickoffs to the night games under the light, wherever in the world supporters are viewing from. Such is the advance in technology that there has never been as many different ways to watch any fixture, and one of the highest figures of the season is expected when Manchester City play host to Liverpool on November 25.
All football fans should be assessing their streaming options ahead of that fixture, but the most obvious go-to is to view the clash at the Etihad Stadium via Sky Sports. In a change to the norm on a Saturday lunchtime, that broadcaster will be showing the contest between the Premier League's top two rather than TNT Sports, who usually have the rights to the 12.30pm kickoffs (GMT) on a Saturday. With both companies, you can watch via their app - either SkyGo or on Discovery for TNT Sports subscribers - but it is the first option that you may look to access on this particular matchday.
Of course, though, the Premier League has fanatical, loyal supporters all around the world, even though kickoff times can be early in the morning or late at night. In the United States, for example, the match between Pep Guardiola's and Jurgen Klopp's teams will start between 4.30am and 7.30am, depending on what part of the country you are based, and NBC is the most obvious way to watch the fixture. However, Peacock is also available for a monthly fee if your preference is to stream the games via a different device through a subscription channel.
There are very few countries in the world that will not provide easy access to a Premier League fixture. Fellow North American soccer fans in Canada will be looking to use Fubo to keep up-to-date with the action, while Optus Sport provides access of every English top-flight fixture throughout a given season in Australia. The 3pm kickoff television blackout in England means that fans outside of the United Kingdom are far more blessed when it comes to live Premier League football through a television or device than fans in that particular region. That may change in the future, per recent reports, and it is known that attempting to find a stream of a sporting event is a regular occurrence.
Social media is a handy tool if you just want to keep up to date with goals and incidents, but if you want to follow the whole match, supporters and punters have a wide array of options at their disposal.