Manchester United moved top of the Premier League following an eventful first half of matchweek 18, which is spread across this and next midweek.
Arsenal welcome Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium in Thursday Night Football from the Premier League.
Wolves welcome Everton to Molineux in Tuesday Night Football from the Premier League.
Manchester City have announced that they will continue to support the battle against Coronavirus, following the launch of a new Coronavirus vaccination centre at the Etihad Campus.
Wolves welcome Crystal Palace to Molineux in a huge all Premier League clash in Friday Night Football, kicking off the Third Round of 2020-21 FA Cup.
2021 began with an action packed round of Premier League games which saw Liverpool cling onto top spot as the title fight continues to twist and turn.
Newcastle United welcome Leicester City to St James’ Park in the second of this weekend’s Super Sunday triple-header.
Crystal Palace welcome Sheffield United to Selhurst Park in a huge clash for both teams in their survival missions.
Manchester United welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford in New Year’s Day football from the Premier League.
Liverpool head into 2021 sat atop of the Premier League after a packed festive midweek round of fixtures to round off 2020.
Crystal Palace manager, Roy Hodgson has described 2020 as ‘complicated’ in his matchday programme address to fans ahead of their final game of the calendar year against Leicester.
Liverpool remain top of the Premier League after a packed round of festive action with implications throughout the table.
Chelsea welcome Aston Villa to Stamford Bridge in a huge Bank Holiday Monday clash in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace welcome high-flying Leicester City to Selhurst Park in the first of a festive Bank Holiday round of Premier League action.
Six months on from becoming one of the first Premier League teams to be broadcast live on BBC One, Crystal Palace features in the broadcaster’s first-ever Boxing Day clash as they visit Aston Villa at Villa Park.