Kenyan Mediamax Television K24 has confirmed the game they will air this weekend.
The premier league matchday has a lot of entertaining fixtures this weekend but the famous kenyan tv has confirmed that the West Brom VS Brighton game which starts at 6:00pm on Saturday will the one being aired live.
K24 has kept its promise by airing the previous 25 premier league games and is expected to to the same this weekend.
There are a lot of fixtures this weekend with premier league leaders Manchester City taking on 4th placed West Ham on early kick off on Saturday.
Other games on Saturday will be Leeds United vs Aston Villa and Newcastle United vs Wolverhampton Wonderers.
On Sunday, Crystal Palace will host Fulham, Leicester City vs Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs vs Burnley, Chelsea Vs Manchester United and Sheffield United vs Liverpool. On Monday Everton will host Southampton.
Having played the first leg to a 0-0 draw, Chelsea vs Manchester United will be the biggest clash this weekend and will be played on Sunday 28 February starting from 7:30pm.
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