BBC Match of the Day running order on 15th April 2017

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BBC Match of the Day MOTD

A total of 24 goals were scored in the Premier League today. Gary Lineker will have highlights from all seven games on this week’s edition of Match of the Day.

The running order is as follows: 1. Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth; 2. Southampton v Manchester City; 3. Stoke City v Hull City; 4. Watford v Swansea City.

  1. Everton v Burnley; 6. Crystal Palace v Leicester City; 7. Sunderland v West Ham United.

Alan Shearer and Frank Lampard will join Gary on BBC One from 10.20pm this evening.

The programme will be repeated on BBC One from 7.30am on Sunday morning and be made available via the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday (Tues morn).

Two games will take place on Sunday afternoon with highlight on BBC’s MOTD2 from 10.30pm on Sunday night.

West Bromwich Albion host Liverpool from 1.30pm and Chelsea travel to Manchester United at 4.00pm. Both matches will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 with build-up starting at 12.30pm.

The final game of the weekend sees Middlesbrough host Arsenal on the Monday Night Football. This match will also be screened live by Sky Sports from 7.00pm.

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