You want to be able to watch all premier league game next week? You’re lucky! Every Matchday 5 match will be shown live on BT Sport in a three-day festival of top-flight football.
As always at this time of year, the table looks distinctly odd.
Arsenal are the only team with a perfect record after three games and Leeds are third after a hugely impressive win over 12th-placed Chelsea at Elland Road.
Meanwhile, Brighton, Newcastle and newly promoted Fulham occupy the bottom three European places.
At the other end of the table, Liverpool are one of five teams yet to claim a win, having lost to Manchester United, meaning Erik ten Hag finally has three points to his name. An unknown bottom trio are populated by Wolves, Leicester and Europa Conference League hopefuls West Ham, the only side to have lost their opening three games.
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Read on for a full list of all the matches we’ll be showing, including information on how to watch every minute on BT Sport.
Our main game on Tuesday sees Jesse Marsch’s top-flight Leeds host Frank Lampard’s Everton with the Toffees struggling with just one point to their name so far.
Fulham and Brighton will look to continue their brilliant start to the campaign when they face off at Craven Cottage, while Crystal Palace will host Brentford in a London derby and Southampton will look to continue their improved form of late by beating Thomas’s inconsistency Chelsea Tuchel. side.
Our feature game on Wednesday sees Liverpool attempt to secure their first draw win at home to Newcastle, while Manchester City will hope to seize any mistake Arsenal make against Aston Villa when Pep Guardiola’s reigning champions host Nottingham Forest at the Etihad.
Bruno Lage is another boss looking for maximum points as he takes his side to Bournemouth, while West Ham are yet to hit the back of the net in the league this season and face the dynamic side from Antonio Conte’s Tottenham in what is sure to be a scorching atmosphere at the London Stadium.
All eyes will be on the King Power on Thursday as Leicester, who are at risk of losing centre-back Wesley Fofana and influential Youri Tielemans this transfer window, meet Manchester United, with the visitors’ outlook much more optimistic after the energetic display of their 2-1 win over Liverpool on Monday.
Following that encounter in the East Midlands, Jake Humphrey will host a special version of Premier League Deadline Day tonight, with a star-studded panel giving their take on the week’s action and chewing up the big transfer stories as the clock ticks on September 1.
You can watch all 10 matches on the BT Sport website and app, jumping back to key moments in each game using the interactive timeline on the enhanced player, while goal alerts will appear for other matches you’re not looking at, allowing you to see those goals without switching tabs.
The Match Switcher feature, accessible on smartphones and iPads, allows viewers, as the name suggests, to switch between matches effortlessly, while the smartphone and iPad can also enjoy Watch Together, allowing you to watch with your friends. For an example of how these features work in practice, check out the videos above and below.
What if I can’t watch live?
No problem. A highlights package from each clash will be made available to all shortly after the match on the BT Sport app and at bt.com/sport. We’ll also be posting in-game clips throughout the 90 minutes.
There will also be multiple opportunities to watch the full game on TV and online after the event. For more information on the latest announcements, see our tv guide.
What other live football matches does BT Sport show?
As always, BT Sport is the only place in the UK where you can watch every game since the Round of 16 Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League.
We also broadcast the best of A-series, League 1the Vanarama National League and Portuguese League.
For full details of BT Sport’s upcoming live football schedule, see our What’s new on BT Sport page.