The running order for tonight’s Match of the Day is as follows:
1: Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion; 2: Leicester City v Manchester; 3: Arsenal v Liverpool; 4: Leeds United v Sheffield United.
The programme will be repeated on the same channel from 7.55am on Sunday morning, and will be made available on the BBC iPlayer from 7.00pm on Sunday Night.
Four games will take place on Sunday as Southampton host Burnely at 12.00pm; Tottenham travel to Newcastle at 2.05pm; and Aston Villa take on Fulham from 4.30pm – all live on Sky Sports.
BT Sport will air Brighton & Hove Albion’s trip to Manchester United from 7.30pm.
Highlights of all four game will be shown on BBC’s MOTD2 from 10.30pm, Sunday evening on BBC One.
The final two games of the weekend take place on Monday evening as Crystal Palace travel to Everton from 6.00pm and Wolves host West Ham United at 8.15pm – both live on Sky Sports.
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