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A round-up of the weekend's football action.
Manish Bhasin presents highlights of today's Premier League games between Bournemouth and Manchester United and Arsenal versus Liverpool.
The former match sees new United manager Jose Mourinho take charge of his first league game since succeeding Louis van Gaal. The former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss has wasted little time overhauling his squad, and could hand Premier League debuts to summer signings such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly.
Meanwhile at the Emirates, last season's runners-up Arsenal take on Liverpool. It is 12 years since the Gunners last won the league – and 26 years since the Merseysiders' last title triumph. Arsenal fans will hope the signing of Swiss international Granit Xhaka will give their midfield more bite this season – while Liverpool supporters will be expecting much from Senegalese forward Sadio Mane, who joined from Southampton this summer.
There's also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's games.
Manish Bhasin presents highlights of today's Premier League games, in which West Ham take on Bournemouth and Sunderland play Middlesbrough. It is West Ham's first league game at their new home, the former Olympic Stadium in Stratford, which boasts a capacity of 60,000 seats. The corresponding fixture last season produced a thrilling match, with Bournemouth winning 4-3 thanks to a Callum Wilson hat-trick. Newly promoted Middlesbrough make the trip to the Stadium of Light to face their north east rivals and are hoping to claim a first Premier League away win since 2008. Sunderland narrowly avoided relegation last season, and new boss David Moyes will be keen for his side to get points on the board early in the current campaign. There is also a look at all the goals and major incidents from the games which took place on Friday night and Saturday.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights from today's two Premier League fixtures, along with all the goals from the rest of the weekend's games. Manchester City take on West Ham at the Etihad Stadium. Slaven Bilic's Hammers were 2-1 winners in last year's corresponding fixture, as Victor Moses and Diafra Sakho both scored for the visitors with Kevin de Bruyne supplying City's consolation. The day's other game sees West Brom take on Middlesbrough at the Hawthorns in the first top-flight meeting between the sides since January 2009. West Brom ran out 3-0 winners that day with their long-serving midfielder Chris Brunt amongst the goalscorers, against the club where his career began.
Mark Chapman presents highlights of today's Premier League game between Swansea and Chelsea. This match pits Swansea's Italian manager Francesco Guidolin against compatriot Antonio Conte, who took over as Chelsea boss after guiding Italy to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016. Conte has recruited players such as N'Golo Kante and Michy Batshuayi as he looks to strengthen a Chelsea side which finished a lowly 10th last season. The Swans won this fixture 1-0 last term thanks to a volley from Gylfi Sigurdsson, the Icelandic midfielder, earning the Welsh side their first league win against the Blues since 1981. There's also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's eight games.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights and reaction from Sunday's four Premier League matches. The fixture between Watford and Manchester United saw the resumption of one of the most talked-about rivalries in Italy - between managers Walter Mazzarri and Jose Mourinho. In the other games, Tottenham hosted Sunderland, Southampton were vying to beat Swansea for the sixth time in seven attempts, and Stoke visited Crystal Palace.
Mark Chapman presents highlights of the day's Premier League game between West Ham United and Southampton. The Hammers won this match 2-1 at Upton Park last season thanks to goals from Michail Antonio and Andy Carroll, but Saints exacted revenge in the return fixture, winning 1-0 through a strike from Maya Yoshida. Both sides will be looking to build on impressive 2015-16 campaigns - West Ham ended the season seventh, one place behind Southampton.
There's also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's eight games.
Mark Chapman presents highlights of the day's four Premier League matches which include champions Leicester taking on Southampton. The Foxes won the corresponding fixture 1-0 in April, a victory which moved them seven points clear at the top of the Premier League with six games remaining. Meanwhile, Stoke take on Manchester United at Old Trafford, Burnley host Arsenal, and Tottenham take on Manchester City in a mouthwatering contest at White Hart Lane. There is also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's five games.
Mark Chapman presents highlights from the day's clash between Liverpool and Manchester United, as well as the two Premier League games that took place on Sunday. Jose Mourinho visited Anfield for the first time as Manchester United manager.
Sunday's games saw newly promoted Middlesbrough meet Watford and Southampton host Burnley. The Clarets have been relegated on their only previous two forays into the Premier League but are hoping it will be a different story in 2016-17.
There will also be a chance to see all the goals from Saturday's Premier League fixtures.
Mark Chapman presents highlights from Arsenal v Tottenham, Liverpool v Watford, Hull v Southampton, Swansea v Manchester United and Leicester v West Brom.
Mark Chapman presents highlights from Sunday's Premier League game between Middlesbrough and Chelsea, as well as highlights from Saturday's eight fixtures.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the day's four Premier League matches: Arsenal v Bournemouth, Manchester United v West Ham, Southampton v Everton and Watford v Stoke.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights of Bournemouth v Liverpool and Everton v Manchester United, as well as all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's games.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the day's four Premier League matches, including Manchester United v Tottenham, West Ham v Liverpool, Chelsea v West Brom and Southampton v Middlesbrough.
Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the day's Premier League Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool, as well as action from other recent games.
Mark Chapman presents highlights of the day's two Premier League matches. In the first match of 2017, Spurs face the short trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford. Tottenham have never lost to Watford in the Premier League and were 2-1 victors in the corresponding fixture last season - a game which also took place over the festive period. In the later kick-off, Arsenal take on Crystal Palace at the Emirates. Dauntingly, the Eagles have only won two of 32 all-time league meetings home and away against the Gunners.
Mark Chapman presents highlights of Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford where the Reds title credentials will be tested by Manchester United. City rivals Everton host Manchester City in the other Premier League clash with City manager Pep Guardiola hoping his side can sustain a title challenge.
Gabby Logan presents highlights of the day's two Premier League games, with Manchester City hosting Swansea City and Leicester City at home to Manchester United. There is also a chance to see all the goals and major incidents from Saturday's eight games.
Jason Mohammad presents highlights from Sunday's two Premier League matches, along with all the goals from Saturday's games.
Highlights from Liverpool v Burnley in the Premier League, as well as all the goals from Saturday's games.
Mark Chapman introduces the best action and reaction from Sunday's three Premier League matches. The pick of the day's games is Liverpool's clash with Manchester City as the Reds look to complete the league double over their top-four rivals for a second successive campaign.
In the day's early kick-off, Middlesbrough host Manchester United, who scored two late goals to snatch a 2-1 victory when the teams met at Old Trafford on New Year's Eve. Elsewhere, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino faces his old side Southampton at White Hart Lane.
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