After a two-week break, the Premier League returns in all its glory. With a full programme on offer across the weekend, there’s eight games to get stuck in today.
The early game saw Liverpool fight from behind to see off an impressive Crystal Palace as Mohamed Salah continued his incredible goalscoring run this season, sealing a 2-1 victory that also saw Sadio Mane on target.
Manchester United, Newcastle and West Ham all take to the field at 3pm against Swansea, Huddersfield and Southampton respectively, while Brighton host Leicester and Watford entertain Bournemouth, and basement side West Brom will attempt to end their dismal form against Burnley at the Hawthorns.
Everton vs Manchester City is this evening’s 5.30pm game, with Pep Guardiola’s men looking to avoid the humiliation they suffered at Goodison Park in this fixture last season.
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Brighton 15:00 Leicester City
Manchester United 15:00 Swansea
Newcastle 15:00 Huddersfield
Watford 15:00 Bournemouth
West Brom 15:00 Burnley
West Ham 15:00 Southampton
Everton 17:30 Manchester City
Good afternoon and welcome to our coverage of this afternoon's Premier League football. We'll be bringing you all the goals and updates from across the country so make sure to stay tuned. Team news to follow shortly...
Brighton vs Leicester team news
Manchester United vs Swansea team news
Newcastle vs Huddersfield team news
Watford vs Bournemouth team news
West Brom vs Burnley team news
West Ham vs Southampton team news
Just under 20 minutes to go now until the action gets underway in the day's 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League!
Jose Mourinho explains team selection
The Manchester United boss has made five changes to the team that beat Brighton in the FA Cup quarter-finals before the international break.
"I try to know the way Swansea are coming and I try to choose players who are more adapted to this game.
"For example, Lindelof is probably our centre-back who comes into the midfield better with the ball and is a better passer of the ball. Paul [Pogba] has quality passes and can make the change in direction.
"Alexis is different to Marcus [Rashford] because Marcus needs more space. Alexis, in small spaces, can manipulate the ball better and is trying his best to be one against one. So the decisions are based on that."
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