After suffering shock midweek European defeats, Chelsea and Liverpool will be keen to bounce back as they meet at Stamford Bridge in this weekend’s closing Super Sunday clash.
After scraping two wins together in the past week, Manchester United visit West Ham in the opening Super Sunday clash at the London Stadium.
Watford continue their search for that first win of the season under fresh management of Quique Sanchez Flores as they welcome Arsenal to Vicarage Road in this weekend’s second Super Sunday match.
Bournemouth welcome Everton to the Vitaly Stadium in this weekend’s opening Super Sunday Premier League clash.
This weekend’s final match before the international break sees Arsenal meet Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium in the North London derby to bring Super Sunday to its close.
Winless Newcastle are still searching for their first Premier League win under Steve Bruce as they visit Tottenham Hotspur at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Bournemouth kick off this weekend’s Super Sunday by welcoming Manchester City to the Vitaly Stadium.
Frank Lampard makes his home bow as Chelsea manager as the Blues take on Leicester City at Stamford Bridge in the second Super Sunday fixture.
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.
Huddersfield Town welcome Manchester United to the John Smith Stadium in the penultimate Super Sunday of this Premier League season.