Chelsea welcome Malmo to Stamford Bridge in a huge Group H clash as both teams look to get their automatic qualification dreams back on track.
Chelsea remain top of the Premier League as domestic club action resumed following this month’s international break.
Chelsea’s New Year clash with Liverpool headlines the latest round of selected TV broadcasts across the Premier League between December and early January.
Norwich City welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Carrow Road in a tasty clash as Daniel Farke’s Canaries look to move off the foot of the Premier League.
Manchester City look to go top of the Premier League as they welcome Burnley to Etihad Stadium.
Leicester City look to end a run of one win in seven matches in all competitions as Brendan Rogers’ Foxes welcome Manchester United to King Power Stadium.
Watford begin life under Claudio Ranieri as the Hornets welcome Liverpool to Vicarage Road.
Chelsea returned to the Premier League summit following the latest round of Premier League action which saw the first managerial sacking of the season.
Liverpool welcome Manchester City to Anfield in a blockbuster Super Sunday clash as two Premier League title contenders collide.
West Ham United welcome Brentford to London Stadium in a cross-London derby as both teams continue their push for a top ten finish.
Brighton look to continue their title challenge as they welcome Arsenal to the AMEX Stadium.
Liverpool returned to the Premier League summit for the first time since December 2020 following a dramatic round of fixtures, which sees the top five split by a single point.
Porto welcome Liverpool to Estadio do Dragao in their second Group B clash of 2021-22 UEFA Champions League Group Stage.
Crystal Palace welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Selhurst Park as the M23 derby brings this weekend’s Premier League action to a conclusion in Monday Night Football.