Aston Villa are still looking for their first league win of the season as they welcome an unbeaten Everton to Villa Park in Friday Night Football.
Liverpool moved top after a thrilling weekend of action saw various shifts in the table, after early pacesetters, Manchester City and Manchester United both slipped up.
Having avoided defeat at Bournemouth last weekend, Sheffield United kick off Super Sunday with their first home match of the season against Crystal Palace at Bramall Lane.
After losing at Tottenham last weekend, Aston Villa welcome Bournemouth to Villa Park in their first home game of this season.
This weekend saw the 2019-20 Premier League season get underway as last season’s top two returned with a bang.
With this summer’s Transfer Window now shut and over £1.4bn spent, clubs must now make do with their current first team squads until January so who has spent well and who has work to do in preparation for the Winter transfer window?
After spending heavily in the summer transfer window, Tottenham Hotspur welcome newly promoted Aston Villa to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as they look to kick-start their title challenge.
After a 12 year absence, Sheffield United finally make their Premier League return as they head to the Vitaly Stadium to face Bournemouth.
This season’s Carabao Cup kicks off at Fratton Park as Portsmouth meet Birmingham City in the opening game of the first round.
It’s that time again where every Premier League club discover how their new seasons are set to play out over the coming months.