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26 Sep 2020
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Make sure you don't miss a minute of the action as the Premier League returns this weekend for Matchweek 3

The Premier League returns for Matchweek 3 this weekend and there is a feast of mouthwatering matches in store.

The action gets under way on Saturday when Brighton & Hove Albion host a Manchester United side looking for their first points of 2020/21.

And after a 19-year wait there will be a big Yorkshire derby on Sunday when Sheffield United and Leeds United battle it out for bragging rights at Bramall Lane.

The weekend finishes when Liverpool take on Arsenal looking to avoid a fourth straight loss as defending champions to the Gunners.

Here's when and how you can watch each fixture on TV or streaming through NBC Sports.

Jesse Lingard

Manchester United can get a fifth away Premier League win in a row without conceding, a feat not achieved by any club in the competition since they did so in 2011.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Everton

Everton are looking to win back-to-back Premier League trips to London for the first time since 2015.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

West Brom v Chelsea

Chelsea have won their last four league matches versus West Bromwich Albion without conceding a goal.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Southampton v Tottenham Hotspur

Danny Ings has scored 45 per cent of Southampton's league goals since August 2019, netting 24 times.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Mark Viduka, Leeds

This will be the first Yorkshire derby in the Premier League since May 2001, when Leeds United beat Bradford City 6-1.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Spurs v Newcastle

Of Premier League fixtures to have been played at least 50 times, only Aston Villa v Liverpool, with 40 per cent, has had a higher percentage of away wins than Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United, with 18 out of 50, or 36 per cent.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Leicester City v Manchester City

Jamie Vardy has scored five goals and assisted one more in his last eight appearances against Manchester City. He is the only player to score a top-flight hat-trick against a side managed by Pep Guardiola, doing so in a 4-2 Leicester City win in December 2016.

Where to watch: Watch on NBC

Raul Jimenez

Raul Jimenez has netted three goals in his last three Premier League matches for Wolverhampton Wanderers against West Ham United and is looking to score in three top-flight appearances in a row for the first time since November 2019.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Aston Villa

Aston Villa are aiming to open a Premier League campaign with back-to-back victories for just the third time, having done so in 1995/96 and 1999/00.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

Liverpool v Arsenal

Although Arsenal are winless in their last six matches against defending champions, they have won each of their last three against Liverpool when the Reds were title-holders. Only three top-flight fixtures have had more defeats for reigning champions than the 16 between Arsenal and Liverpool, with the Gunners enjoying 10 such victories against the Merseyside club.

Where to watch: Watch on Peacock

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