Leicester City vs Everton

Leicester City vs Everton: The Premier League, often referred to as the English Premier League or the EPL outside England, is the top level of the English football league system. Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the English Football League. The Premier League is a corporation in which the member clubs act as shareholders. Seasons run from August to May with each team playing 38 matches. Most games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

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MATCH INFO..
Event : 2019-20 Premier League
Team : Leicester City vs Everton
Date : Saturday, December 1, 2019
Time : 11:30 PM ET

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As Premier League football now starts its jam-packed run into Christmas, the table is starting now to take shape. Can anybody derail Liverpool’s incredible start to the season? You’ve come through the right turnstile to discover how to get a Premier League live stream – from wherever you are – and find out.

The 19-20 Premier League season has so far treated us to the usual array of shock results, Jurgen Klopp soundbites and Manchester City goals. Yep, football has returned to grounds across England and, in turn, to your screen – and this time with added VAR controversies! Man City are hoping to clinch their third Premier League title on the trot, with Liverpool out for revenge following their final day heartbreak last season.

Arsenal and Frank Lampard’s Chelsea are near the top of the table in the first few weeks, while Man United and Tottenham Hotspur have so far flopped. The likes of Leicester City and Crystal Palace are the surprise packages, with Brendan Rodgers and Roy Hodgson showing what domestic managers can achieve at the highest level.

Elsewhere, Norwich and Sheffield United join in the top tier fun, having been promoted from the Championship, along with an Aston Villa side that has been almost completely overhauled since their play-off triumph in May.

Football, soccer, whatever you call it in your corner of the world…you can watch every minute of the action broadcast in your region by following our guide below to getting a Premier League live stream – no matter where you are on Earth

Advice for fans on how to report websites showing Premier League matches illegally or suppliers of illicit streaming devices.
People located in the UK can watch Premier League matches at home through a legitimate subscription to one or both of the Premier League’s authorised UK broadcasters, Sky Sports and BT Sport.

168 Premier League matches will be made available on these broadcasters during the 2017/18 season. These do not, however, include matches with a 3pm kick-off on a Saturday. This is because the period between 2:45pm and 5:15pm on a Saturday is designated by the Football Association as a closed period (the ‘Closed Period’) under UEFA Article 48, during which no football matches can be broadcast in the UK. The Closed Period is designed to protect match attendances at a professional and amateur level and promote grass-roots participation.

The Premier League is of course aware that some people attempt to avoid paying for subscriptions and/or watch matches during the Closed Period by accessing unauthorised live streams of Premier League matches via websites or illicit streaming devices.

We take the protection of copyright very seriously and have recently secured prosecutions and civil injunctions against a number of suppliers of illicit streaming devices, one of whom was jailed for four years, as well as a ground-breaking High Court Order that requires UK internet service providers (ISPs) to block servers that are hosting illegal streams of our matches.

Protecting the Premier League’s copyright and the investment made by our broadcast partners, is hugely important to us and the future health of English football. The ability that clubs have to develop and acquire talented players, to build and improve stadiums, and to support communities and schools is all predicated on being able to market, sell and protect commercial rights.

We appreciate members of the public contacting us to assist in our efforts in this area. If you know or suspect a website is showing Premier League matches illegally or someone that is supplying illicit streaming devices then you can report this directly to skysports@gmail.com
To find out more about how you can legitimately access Premier League content and live streaming in the UK, please visit either the Sky Sports or BT Sport websites.

If you are not based in the UK, but would like to find out how to legitimately access Premier League content where you live, please see here for a list of our official licensees across the world.

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