Everton continue to sit atop of Premier League after a dramatic weekend featuring more twists and several derbies on top of the first goalless draw this season at The Hawthorns.
Last season’s losing finalists, PSG face a tough test as they host Manchester United in Group H in their 2020-21 Champions League opener at Parc Des Princes.
Chelsea welcome last season’s Europa League champions, Sevilla to Stamford Bridge in their Champions League Group E opener.
Championship leaders, Bristol City face a tough test as they welcome Neil Warnock’s Middlesbrough to Ashton Gate.
English Football Association have launched a new women’s football strategy branded ‘Inspiring Positive Change, which pledges to create a sustainable future for the sport by 2024.
Leeds United welcome Wolves to Elland Road in a tasty Monday Night Football clash as both teams look to bolster their top seven hopes.
West Bromwich Albion welcome Burnley to The Hawthorns in the first part of a Monday Night Football double bill as both teams look for their first league wins of the campaign.
Leicester City brings Super Sunday to a conclusion as they welcome Midlands rivals, Aston Villa to the King Power Stadium in Sunday Night Football.
Tottenham Hotspur welcome West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a blockbuster Super Sunday showdown in the capital.
Preston North End welcome Cardiff City to Deepdale in a huge Sunday lunchtime clash from the Sky Bet Championship.
Crystal Palace welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Selhurst Park in a mouth-watering A23 derby on Super Sunday.
Sheffield United and Fulham look to end their losing streaks as they go head-to-head at Bramall Lane in a high-noon Super Sunday clash.
Middlesbrough welcome joint Championship leaders, Reading to the Riverside Stadium in Saturday’s big Sky Bet Championship clash.