BBC Match of the Day running order on 24 September 2015

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The running order for this week’s edition of BBC Match of the Day is as follows:

  1. Manchester United v Leicester City; 2. Swansea City v Manchester City; 3. Arsenal v Chelsea; 4. Liverpool v Hull City.

  2. Sunderland v Crystal Palace; 6. Middlesbrough v Tottenham Hotspur; 7. Bournemouth v Everton; 8. Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion.

The programme is live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 10.30pm tonight, where Gary Lineker presents highlights of all eight games including the 29 goals scored.

The show will be repeated on the same channel at 7.30am on Sunday morning and will be made available via the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday (Tues morning).

West Ham United’s clash with Southampton takes place on Sunday afternoon with highlights on BBC MOTD2 from 10.30pm, BBC One on Sunday evening. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD from 3.30pm.

The final game of the weekend takes place on the Monday Night Football as Burnley host Watford. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 from 7.00pm.

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