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Premier League matches on TV this weekend and how to watch

BRACE yourselves football lovers as the Premier League is heating up and there are some mouth-watering encounters taking place this weekend.

Goals from Bruno Fernandes and Fred inspired Manchester United to secure a 2-0 win against a woeful Tottenham on Wednesday.

Manchester United beat Tottenham 2-0 at Old Trafford
Liverpool’s summer signing Darwin Nunez inspired Liverpool to a win over West Ham

Darwin Nunez grabbed his first Anfield goal to help Liverpool snatch three points from West Ham.

The West London derby between Brentford and Chelsea ended in a 0-0 stalemate.

And the top two – Arsenal and Manchester City had a little break from Premier League action due to the postponement of their match.

But what exciting fixtures are taking place this week and which games will be broadcasted live on TV?

What are the next set of Premier League matches on TV?

There will be four matches broadcasted live across the weekend of Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23.

And fans will be treated to the final fixture of this match-day on Monday, October 24.

Saturday, October 22

  • Nottingham Forest vs Liverpool (12:30pm) – BT Sport 1.
  • Chelsea vs Manchester United (5:30pm) – Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Sunday, October 23

Monday, October 24

  • West Ham vs Bournemouth (8pm) – Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

BST time zone applies

What other fixtures are happening this weekend?

Saturday, October 22

  • Everton vs Crystal Palace – 3pm
  • Manchester City vs Brighton – 3pm

Sunday, October 23

  • Aston Villa vs Brentford – 2pm
  • Leeds vs Fulham – 2pm
  • Wolves vs Leicester – 2pm

Arsenal’s Premier League fixture against Manchester City has been postponed to accommodate the North London club’s previous called-off Europa League clash with PSV Eindhoven.

The Gunners were scheduled to play PSV on Thursday, September 15 but the match got postponed due to concerns over police resources following the sad death of Queen Elizabeth II.

And, Arsenal was told that they would have to complete their Europa League group games before Thursday, November 3, or face the risk of surrendering three points.

But Prem chiefs agreed with Arsenal to move one of their league games so that the PSV encounter could happen.

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