As usual, Sky Sports will be covering 3 of the weekend’s 9 games alongside the exclusive Monday Night Football game.
On Saturday, Sky Sports subscribers can catch Chelsea v Leicester at the 12:30 kick-off.
This looks to be one to watch as both teams have something to prove, with Chelsea once again not getting off to the best start and the Champions Leicester offering a mixed start to their first-ever title defence.
As ever, Sky Sports Super Sunday brings with it two tantalising games with Middlesbrough v Watford at 12:30 and Southampton v Burnley at 4pm.
Middlesbrough are one of this season’s newcomers and have found their latest stint in the Premier League a tough ride so far. With some experience under their belt, Watford have performed well enough to give this tie a competitive edge.
Burnley are another newly-promoted team that have a challenge to face with a Southampton side that looks to be gradually increasing in form.
Monday Night Football is another great reason to stay tuned to Sky Sports over the weekend and beyond, with Liverpool v Manchester United always proving to be one of the league’s great fixtures.
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