BBC Match of the Day running order on 26th August 2017

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

  1. Bournemouth v Manchester City; 2. Manchester United v Leicester City; 3. Newcastle United v West Ham United.

  2. Crystal Palace v Swansea City; 5. Watford v Brighton & Hove Albion; 6. Huddlesfield Town v Southampton.

Gary Lineker will be live on BBC One from 10.25pm this evening, where he’ll have highlights of the 10 goals scored in the six Premier League games that have taken place so far this weekend.

The programme will be repeated on the same channel from 7.40pm on Sunday morning and be made available via the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday.

Four games will take place on Sunday afternoon with two games begin shown on Sky Sports Premier League. West Bromwich Albion host Stoke City at 1.30pm, while Arsenal travel to Liverpool at 4.00pm.

Chelsea take on Everton (1.30pm) and Burnley travel to Tottenham in the two non-televised games.

Highlights of all four games will be shown on BBC’s Match of the Day 2 programme from 10.35pm, Sunday evening on BBC One.

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