Following a week off for the international break, the Premier League returns this weekend with a full calendar of games, including eight on what will be an action-packed Saturday afternoon.
Five of the nominal top six sides are in action on Saturday, with Tottenham set to travel to Aston Villa on Sunday before Crystal Palace host Fulham on Monday evening.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea will doubtless be casting half an eye to next week's European clashes, so it should be a thrilling week of thrills and spills once more.
|Newcastle vs. Liverpool||Saturday||12:45||BT Sport|
|Arsenal vs. Norwich||Saturday||15:00|
|Chelsea vs. Cardiff||Saturday||15:00|
|Everton vs. Hull||Saturday||15:00|
|Man Utd vs. Southampton||Saturday||15:00|
|Stoke vs. West Brom||Saturday||15:00|
|Swansea vs. Sunderland||Saturday||15:00|
|West Ham vs. Man City||Saturday||17:30||Sky Sports|
|Aston Villa vs. Tottenham||Sunday||16.00||Sky Sports|
|Crystal Palace vs. Fulham||Monday||20.00||Sky Sports|
Newcastle vs. Liverpool is the first televised game of the weekend and can be viewed online via the BT Sport app for those with a subscription to the channel, while a radio commentary will be provided by BBC Radio 5 Live.
At 3 p.m. BST on Saturday, there will be no live televised games. However, fans can listen to Manchester United vs. Southampton on BBC Radio 5 Live or watch Jeff Stelling bring all the scores from around the UK on Soccer Saturday, via Sky Sports 1 on the SkyGo website or app.
Saturday evening, Sunday and Monday's matches will all be live on the Skygo website or app, but a subscription is required to access the service.
A subscription-free guide to all the latest scores on Saturday can be found via the BBC's Final Score programme, or on Radio 5 Live—who will also cover Sunday and Monday's fixtures.
Some fixtures are available on local radio stations, with a full guide here on the BBC Sport website.
Highlights of every game are available without the need for subscription on Match of the Day (BBC1, Saturday) or Match of the Day 2 (BBC2, Sunday).
From midnight on Monday, both shows will be made available via the BBC iPlayer website or app.