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Season 2017 / Episode 18 and airs on 05 December 2016 19:00
Highlights and key analysis from all the day's games in the Barclays Premier League.
Highlights of the annual football season curtain-raiser as 2015-16 surprise Premier League champions Leicester City play FA Cup winners Manchester United at Wembley.
Claudio Ranieri's Leicester side claimed a historic first top flight league title last campaign, doing so by an impressive 10 points. Opponents United, now managed by Jose Mourinho, are much-changed from their 2-1 FA Cup final win over Crystal Palace, after extra-time.
Mourinho has brought in a raft of new signings, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Manchester United have won the Community Shield a record 20 times and contested the fixture on 29 occasions. Leicester won the trophy on their only previous appearance in 1971.
Highlights of Saturday's seven Premier League matches as the 2016-17 season gets underway. Last season, host Gary Lineker promised to present the show in his underwear if Leicester won the title - and with the Foxes going on to claim a shock win, Gary will be donning his pants in the studio. Leicester begin their campaign away to newly promoted Hull City, while all eyes will be on new Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, whose first league game in English football comes against Sunderland. Ronald Koeman makes his debut as Everton boss, as Tottenham travel to Goodison Park, while Burnley take on Swansea City, Crystal Palace meet West Brom, Middlesbrough host Stoke and Southampton face Watford.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of the second round of Premier League matches, including Leicester City against Arsenal - a game which pits last season's champions against the runners-up.
Watford entertain Chelsea at Vicarage Road, with both teams boasting new Italian managers. Former Napoli and Inter boss Walter Mazzarri took charge of the Hornets this summer, while ex-Juventus and Italy coach Antonio Conte was appointed manager of the Blues.
Elsewhere, Stoke City play Manchester City, Burnley host Liverpool, Tottenham meet Crystal Palace and West Brom face Everton.
There is also a chance to see the best of the action from the Friday night game between Manchester United and Southampton.
Gary Lineker presents highlights from today's eight Premier League matches, which include Tottenham's meeting with Liverpool. Spurs went into the game looking to end a seven-match winless run against the Reds, with last season's games both ending in draws. Elsewhere, Antonio Conte's Chelsea host Burnley, Watford play Arsenal, Hull entertain Manchester United, Leicester take on Swansea, Everton face Stoke, Crystal Palace meet Bournemouth and Sunderland visit Southampton.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of today's eight Premier League games, including the eagerly anticipated derby between Manchester United and Manchester City. This will be the first Premier League match between United boss Jose Mourinho and City manager Pep Guardiola. The pair were bitter rivals during their time together in Spanish football as coaches of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. And with both United and City expected to be amongst the title challengers this season, there's plenty at stake as the sides meet at Old Trafford. Champions Leicester face a testing trip to Liverpool, while last season's runners-up Arsenal take on a Southampton side that finished sixth in May. Elsewhere, Bournemouth host West Brom, Burnley meet Hull, Middlesbrough play Crystal Palace, Stoke clash with Tottenham and West Ham face Watford.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from Saturday's five Premier League fixtures, as well as Friday night's encounter between Chelsea and Liverpool. Saturday's games included champions Leicester at home to Burnley, Hull against Arsenal, Manchester City facing Bournemouth West Ham away to West Brom and Middlesbrough travelling to Everton.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from Saturday's eight Premier League games, including the clash between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Emirates. The Blues won both of their Premier League games against the Gunners last season and are unbeaten against Arsene Wenger's side in the top flight since 2011.
For the lunchtime kick-off, champions Leicester City travel to Manchester United in a repeat of this season's Community Shield, which United won 2-1. Elsewhere, Liverpool host Hull, Bournemouth meet Everton, Middlesbrough play Tottenham, Stoke take on West Brom, Crystal Palace visit Sunderland and Manchester City make the trip to Swansea.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of the day's five Premier League games, including the clash between Hull and Chelsea. The Blues have started well under new manager Antonio Conte and will be keen to see off a Tigers side who have never beaten Chelsea in the Premier League. The day's lunchtime kick-off sees Swansea welcome Liverpool to South Wales while Middlesbrough travel to the London Stadium to take on West Ham. Elsewhere, Sunderland entertain West Brom and Bournemouth travel to Watford.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from Saturday's Premier League matches. Manchester City faced Everton with both teams looking to build on positive starts to the season. Stamford Bridge saw a clash between Chelsea and Leicester City, the last two teams to win the Premier League title.
Stoke and Sunderland have both made sluggish starts to the season, which made their fixture at the Britannia Stadium even more important. Tottenham travelled to West Brom, while Swansea made the journey down the M4 to Arsenal. Plus an east London derby between Crystal Palace and West Ham, while Bournemouth hosted Hull.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from a busy day of Premier League action. Tottenham are looking to build on their positive start to the season as they make the trip to Bournemouth in the day's early kick-off. Title hopefuls Arsenal host newly promoted Middlesbrough, while Liverpool are at home to West Brom in the day's late game. West Ham host fellow strugglers Sunderland and champions Leicester take on Crystal Palace. There is also a meeting between Burnley and Everton at Turf Moor, while Hull face Stoke and Swansea take on Watford.
Danny Murphy and Mark Schwarzer join Gary in the studio.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the Premier League, including Tottenham v Leicester City, West Brom v Manchester City, Crystal Palace v Liverpool, Manchester United v Burnley and, in the early kick-off, Sunderland v Arsenal.
Gary Lineker introduces football highlights, including Manchester City v Middlesbrough.
Gary Lineker presents highlights from Saturday's eight Premier League games, including Manchester United v Arsenal, Sunderland v Hull, Crystal Palace v Manchester City, Everton v Swansea, Southampton v Liverpool, Stoke v Bournemouth, Watford v Leicester and Tottenham v West Ham.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the day's six Premier League fixtures, including Chelsea v Tottenham, Leicester v Middlesbrough, Liverpool v Sunderland, Burnley v Manchester City, Hull v West Brom and Swansea v Crystal Palace.
Dan Walker presents live coverage of one of the standout ties in the FA Cup second round.
The potential rewards for the winners are great, with the lure of a coveted third-round tie against a leading Premier League or Championship side.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of the day's seven Premier League matches, including the clash between title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium. City won both Premier League meetings last season, scoring a total of six unanswered goals. The other games include West Ham v Arsenal, Tottenham v Swansea, Crystal Palace v Southampton, Stoke v Burnley, Sunderland v Leicester and West Brom v Watford.
Manish Bhasin introduces highlights from the games taking place in the FA Cup second round this weekend, with the 40 remaining League One, League Two and non-league sides looking to secure a place against the big boys in Monday's draw for the third round. In 2015, ten non-league sides made in to the second round, but the only team to avoid elimination were Eastleigh, who defeated Stourbridge to earn a glamour tie against Bolton Wanderers.
Mark Chapman presents live coverage of the draw for the third round of the FA Cup. 20 lower-league and non-league clubs have battled through the early rounds and will be dreaming of being paired against one of the Premier League sides who enter the competition at this stage, as well as the 24 Championship teams. The third round has produced many famous giant killings over the years, including Hereford's 2-1 victory over Newcastle in 1972 and Wrexham's 2-1 win against Arsenal in 1992.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the day's six Premier League fixtures, including Leicester's meeting with Manchester City, who they haven't beaten at home in the top flight since 1987. Arsenal, meanwhile, will be looking to maintain their performance against Stoke having never dropped a Premier League point at home to the Potters. Elsewhere, Everton face a trip to Watford, Swansea are at home to Sunderland, Hull take on Crystal Palace and Burnley welcome Bournemouth to Turf Moor.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the day's Premier League matches. Crystal Palace will look to claim their first ever Premier League victory over Manchester United as they host Jose Mourinho's side at Selhurst Park. Other games include Middlesbrough v Liverpool, Manchester City v Watford, Tottenham v Hull, West Ham v Burnley, Stoke v Southampton and West Brom v Swansea. There is also a chance to see the best action from Tuesday's two games.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the day's six Premier League fixtures, including Crystal Palace v Chelsea, West Brom v Manchester United, Stoke v Leicester, Middlesbrough v Swansea, Sunderland v Watford and West Ham v Hull.
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of Boxing Day's eight Premier League matches, including the clash between Manchester United and Sunderland, which sees Sunderland boss David Moyes return to Old Trafford for the first time since being sacked as United manager in 2014. Other games include Chelsea v Bournemouth, Hull v Manchester City, Watford v Crystal Palace, Arsenal v West Brom, Burnley v Middlesbrough, Leicester v Everton and Swansea v West Ham.
Live coverage from one of the weekend's standout fixtures from the FA Cup third round, one of the most eagerly anticipated weekends in the football calendar.
The third round is the point at which the big guns of the Premier League and Championship enter the fray, in the oldest and greatest domestic cup competition in the world of football.
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