What time is Match of the Day on tonight? Running order and Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham live stream

Tom Doyle
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Match of the Day returns tonight with Premier League football back following the international break.

With 10 games spread across four days, there are four matches to pore over on tonight’s edition of MOTD.

We won’t be giving away any results here in can you’re waiting to be surprised tonight, but Saturday’s action kicked off with Chelsea facing an early trip to Newcastle United.

Aston Villa then hosted Brighton, while the game of the day saw Tottenham host Manchester City as Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola resumed their famous rivalry.

Last but not least, Manchester United are in action at West Brom - and you can watch all the highlights this evening.

What time is Match of the Day on tonight?

MOTD will kick off at 10:20pm GMT on Saturday, 21 November 2020. Viewers with a valid TV licence can watch on BBC One for free or live stream online via the BBC iPlayer.

Match of the Day running order

Tonight’s running order will be revealed by Gary Lineker at around 10pm GMT via his Twitter account.

Match of the Day presenters

Gary Lineker will host the show tonight, with expert analysis from pundits Alan Shearer and Ian Wright.

This weekend get a £10 free bet with Betfair, when you bet £10 on a Same Game Multi on the Premier League.

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