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.
Chelsea welcome last season’s Europa League champions, Sevilla to Stamford Bridge in their Champions League Group E opener.
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.
Crystal Palace welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Selhurst Park in a mouth-watering A23 derby on Super Sunday.
Newcastle United welcome Manchester United to St James’ Park in Saturday Night Football.
Chelsea welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge in a huge clash as both teams look to kick-on after clinching wins just before the international break.
England face a huge test of their table topping credentials as they welcome Denmark to Wembley in the UEFA Nations League.
Premier League have announced that 15 untelevised matches until end of October will be made available on a Pay-Per-View (PPV) basis.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Conor Coady and Danny Ings all netted maiden senior goals as England delivered a three goal thrashing of Wales at Wembley Stadium in a friendly.
Barnsley manager, Gerhard Struber has departed the Championship Club to take the vacant managerial position at MLS’ New York Red Bulls.
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.
Southampton look to follow up their first win of the season with another victory as they welcome West Bromwich Albion to St Mary’s Stadium in one of two opening Super Sunday matches.
Chelsea welcome Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge for a huge London derby as both teams look to bounce back from disappointing performances last weekend.