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.
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.
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.
Premier League have announced that 15 untelevised matches until end of October will be made available on a Pay-Per-View (PPV) basis.
Everton moved to the Premier League summit for the first time since August 2015 on a weekend which featured 41 goals and two maulings ahead of the international break.
Newcastle United look to continue a strong start to the season as they welcome Burnley to St James’ Park in Saturday Night Football.
Leeds United face a difficult test as they welcome Manchester City to Elland Road in a huge Premier League clash.
Reigning Carabao Cup champions, Manchester City have been drawn away to Arsenal in 2020-21 Carabao Cup Quarter-Finals.
Harry Maguire has been recalled to the England squad for matches against Wales, Belgium and Denmark at Wembley later this month.
Last season’s finalists, Aston Villa look to avoid a cupset as they face Midlands rivals, Stoke City at Villa Park in a huge Fourth Round clash in 2020-21 Carabao Cup.
Burnley welcome reigning champions and fellow top flight opposition, Manchester City to Turf Moor in a tough Fourth Round tie of this season’s Carabao Cup.
Leicester City continue to sit atop of Premier League summit on another high scoring yet controversial weekend, which featured 36 goals, including a seven goal thriller at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City welcome Leicester City to the Etihad Stadium in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash between two teams expected to challenge for Europe.
Millwall welcome Brentford to The Den in the first local derby of the 2020-21 Championship season.