Tottenham Hotspur climbed to the Premier League summit as England’s top flight returned from the last international break of 2020.
Premier League and English Football League have both welcomed the UK Government’s decision to allow supporters to return to stadiums next month.
The UK Government have announced that outdoor sporting events can welcome fans back and grassroots sports will resume next month.
Wolves take on Southampton in a mouth-watering Premier League clash at Molineux in the second of a Monday Night Football double bill.
Burnley welcome Crystal Palace to Turf Moor in the first of a Monday Night Football double bill from the Premier League.
Liverpool welcome Leicester City to Anfield in a blockbuster Super Sunday Night Football clash at the Premier League summit.
Leeds United welcome Arsenal to Elland Road in a huge Super Sunday clash in the Premier League.
Sheffield United welcome West Ham United to Bramall Lane in the second of a Super Sunday quadruple header.
Fulham kick off Super Sunday as they welcome Everton to Craven Cottage live on BBC One in a lunchtime kick-off.
Manchester United look to begin their Xmas run-in on a high as they welcome West Bromwich Albion to Old Trafford in Saturday Night Football.
Tottenham Hotspur face a blockbuster Premier League test as they welcome Manchester City to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Aston Villa welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Villa Park in a huge Premier League clash at both ends of the table.
Newcastle United welcome Chelsea to St James Park as the Premier League returns from November’s international break as both teams look to commence their Xmas run-in with a bang.
Pep Guardiola has signed a two-year extension which will see him remain in charge of Manchester City until summer 2023.
Premier League have scrapped the Pay-Per-View (PPV) model with all TV fixtures for rest of November now confirmed.