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.
Leeds United welcome Wolves to Elland Road in a tasty Monday Night Football clash as both teams look to bolster their top seven hopes.
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.
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.
Wolves look to end a two match losing run as they welcome Fulham to Molineux in one of two matches in a mid-afternoon Super Sunday double header.
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.
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.
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.
West Ham look to record their first league win of the season as they welcome Wolves to the London Stadium in the final Super Sunday clash.
Manchester City welcome Leicester City to the Etihad Stadium in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash between two teams expected to challenge for Europe.
Leicester City climbed to the Premier League summit on an eventful weekend which featured 44 goals across ten matches, as Aston Villa, Burnley, Manchester City and Manchester United finally began their league campaigns.
After suffering a shock Carabao Cup exit in midweek, Wolves look to bounce back as they welcome Manchester City to Molineux in primetime Monday Night Football.
Burnley welcome Sheffield United to Turf Moor in the only all Premier League tie in Second Round of this season’s Carabao Cup.