Gary Lineker announces Match of The Day running order – You might be interested…

    Tonight’s Match of The Day running order has now been announced.

    Kicking off at 10.20pm on BBC1 this Saturday night, there are five matches in total.

    This is the fifteenth round of Premier League matches and some big results at both ends of the Premier League table…

    Some interesting matches with thirteen goals featuring in the five Premier League fixtures this weekend so far.

    This Newcastle United match today at St James Park against Burnley sure to be generating a lot of  interest for NUFC fans in the running order this Saturday night.

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    Gary Lineker confirming that the Match of The Day running order of matches tonight is:

    West Ham v Chelsea

    Wolves v Liverpool

    Watford v Man City

    Newcastle United v Burnley

    Southampton v Brighton

    Gary Lineker explaining that the reasoning for the Match of The Day running order this time, is having the three title contenders on first.

    Those three in the order they happened with Chelsea the lunchtime kick-off, Liverpool at 3pm, then Man City the teatime one.

    Followed by the relegation six pointer involving Newcastle of course, then the south coast derby.

    Gary Lineker also mentioning that he interviewed Eddie Howe after the final whistle.

    One person who won’t be in the studio tonight is Alan Shearer, as he was at St James Park today with Rob Lee.

    Remaining weekend fixtures:

    Sunday 5 December:

    Leeds v Brentford (2pm)

    Man Utd v Crystal Palace (2pm)

    Tottenham v Norwich (2pm)

    Villa v Leicester (4.30pm)

    Monday 6 December:

    Leicester City v Aston Villa (8pm)

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