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23 Aug 2019
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Don't miss a kick of the weekend's action by checking our guide on how and when to watch the latest fixtures

Nothing beats another Premier League weekend and Matchweek 3 has some mouthwatering matches in store.

We've already seen Manchester City's Raheem Sterling and Teemu Pukki of Norwich City score hat-tricks this season.

Will another goal-scoring hero emerge from this weekend's top fixtures? See for yourself with every match from Friday through to Sunday available to watch.

The matches

Two teams with a lot of American history meet in the weekend's opening fixture on Friday. In fact, US goalkeepers Tim Howard and Brad Guzan were on opposite sides, for Everton and Aston Villa respectively, when the teams last met at Goodison Park in November 2015.

Villa will have to do better this time if they want to get their first point of the season - they lost 4-0 on that occasion.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

If this doesn't get you out of bed early on Saturday, nothing will! Set your alarm and you could see Christian Pulisic in action for Chelsea as they take on promoted Norwich City, who are up and running after Pukki's hat-trick claimed victory last weekend.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Unbeaten Brighton & Hove Albion have made a great start to 2019/20. Graham Potter's side look to continue their impressive form with victory against south coast rivals Southampton, who have yet to register a Premier League point this season.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Manchester United missed an opportunity to go top, only able to draw at Molineux on Monday night. But former Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka and his United team-mates will be confident on home turf against an Eagles side looking for their first goal of the campaign.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

Sheffield United are flying high after an unbeaten start in the Premier League, including a 1-0 home win against Palace. Chris Wilder's team will look to take that momentum into their match against Leicester City, who themselves impressed in a 1-1 draw at Chelsea last Sunday. 

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

After a heavy opening weekend loss to the reigning champions, West Ham United responded positively and Chicharito's first goal of the season secured a draw at Brighton. The Hammers hope he finds his scoring touch again at bottom club Watford, who are yet to earn a point.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Liverpool and Arsenal are the only two teams to boast 100 per cent winning starts. They go head to head at Anfield during prime time on Saturday. Need we say more?

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports 

What a great match to start your Sunday. Reigning champions Manchester City visit AFC Bournemouth - they both sit on four points after strong starts. But Pep Guardiola's side have the best goal difference in the Premier League and will not want to lose further ground at the top of the table. On the other hand, the Cherries will want to continue their good form. Something has got to give!

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports Gold

Tottenham Hotspur are back at home after securing a dramatic 2-2 draw at Man City. Newcastle United are one of four clubs without a point and will be determined to put those losses to Arsenal and Norwich firmly behind them.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

This match is the second option to end your weekend, with two fantastic goal-scorers set to line up. Raul Jimenez scored 13 goals for Wolverhampton Wanderers last season, but has yet to open his account this term. Burnley's Ashley Barnes is aiming to add to the three goals he’s already scored.

Where to watch: Stream on NBC Sports

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