The Premier League returns this weekend following the international break, which saw Sam Allardyce’s England secure three points against Slovakia in a 2018 World Cup Group F qualifier.
Four matches will be shown live on TV over the weekend starting with the huge Manchester Derby at Old Trafford.
This fixture sees a renewal of the fierce rivalry between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, who clashed when they were managers of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Both men will hope their teams can come out on top in what is sure to be a white-hot atmosphere.
Coverage starts at 11.30am on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday. Kick-off 12.30pm.
BT Sport will air the second live match on Saturday as Liverpool host Leicester City at Anfield. It’s live on BT Sport 1 from 5pm. Kick-off 5.30pm.
Just one game will take place on Sunday afternoon and that’s in the form of Swansea City v Chelsea. The match is live on Sky Sports Super Sunday from 3.30pm. Kick-off 4.00pm.
The final game of the weekend comes on Monday evening as Sunderland host Everton on the Monday Night Football.
The match takes place at the Stadium of Light, as Black Cats boss David Moyes comes up against the club he managed for 11 years.
Moyes is still looking for his first league win since taking over from Sam Allardyce in the summer, with two losses and a draw his current record.
By contrast, new Toffees boss Ronald Koeman is still undefeated, having won two and drawn one of his three top-flight games in charge.
Coverage starts at 7pm on Sky Sports 1. Kick-off 8.00pm.
Premier League TV Schedule (Week 4)
Saturday 10 September 2016
Manchester United v Manchester City
LIVE – 11.30pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 12.30pm
LIVE – 12.00pm, BBC One
LIVE – 12.00pm, Sky Sports News HQ / 3pm, Sky Sports 1
BT Sport Score
Live – 2.30pm, BT Sport 1
Liverpool v Leicester City
LIVE – 5.00pm, BT Sport 1 – Kick-off 5.30pm
Game of the Day
Highlights – 8.30pm, Sky Sports 1
Match of the Day
Highlights – 10.50pm, BBC One
Highlights – 10.30pm
Sunday 11 September 2016
Match of the Day
Highlights – 7.00am, BBC One
Goals on Sunday
Highlights – 11.00am, Sky Sports 1
Swansea City v Chelsea
LIVE – 3.30pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 4.00pm
Match of the Day 2
Highlights – 10.30pm, BBC One
Monday 12 September 2016
Sunderland v Everton
LIVE – 7.00pm, Sky Sports 1 – Kick-off 8.00pm
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