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The Premier League’s top flight is set to be the next big thing for the search engine and Google is giving fans the chance to tune in to the action from the comfort of their own home.

Google is making a major push for English Premier League fans, and with the league’s new season set to kick off on Sunday, the search giant is looking to boost its audience.

Google has announced a new live stream for the match between Manchester City and Chelsea on June 6th, and the first few hours of the stream are set to bring up an all-new app called Google Sports Live.

The Google Sports app, which has been available in beta for several months now, will provide viewers with live streaming of the match, and as of right now, it is available only in English.

The live stream will start at 11:30pm ET and will be available to watch online for a few hours.

While Google SportsLive is only available in English, you can watch the live stream on the Google app for Android devices.

Google’s live streaming app for iOS has been added as well, and users can sign up for an account with Google to access the stream.

Google says that the live streams will be delivered on the latest Android devices, which will be able to watch live streams of all matches and matches in progress, but Google has also said that there are no plans for the app to be ported to Apple devices.

Google’s live streams are part of Google’s push to make the Premier Leagues more accessible for fans and it’s not just Google’s app that is being updated.

It is also rolling out a new mobile app called Premier League Live, which offers a live feed of every Premier League game, match and match-up as well as other sports, such as golf.

The Premier League is one of the most watched sports in the world, and Google has made a concerted effort to make sure fans have access to it live, even as other major sports leagues have moved to simulcasting their events on digital platforms.

The new Premier League app is being offered for free on Android and Apple devices, but it will cost $9.99 on Google Play and $10.99 for Apple iOS devices.

It will be made available to those who have signed up for a Google Sports account.