Premier League fixtures on TV: Where to watch the matches this weekend

    GRAB your popcorn football lovers as the Premier League returns for another weekend of scintillating action – and they’ll be plenty to feast your eyes on at the click of a button.

    Manchester United were humiliated live for the world to see on the last Saturday evening showing.

    Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte let their emotions run wild at full time

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    Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte let their emotions run wild at full timeCredit: Rex

    Whilst Chelsea and Tottenham took part in arguably the feistiest match of the campaign so far.

    But what Premier League games will be broadcasted on television this weekend?

    What Premier League games are on TV this weekend?

    There will be a total of four games being shown live on television this weekend whilst the final fixture on match-day three is set to be played on Monday.

    Saturday, August 20

    Sunday, August 21

    Monday, August 22

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    Fans in the US can head to Peacock to stream all of the above matches.

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    What other fixtures are happening this weekend?

    Saturday, August 20

    • Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa – 3pm (UK)
    • Everton vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm (UK)
    • Fulham vs Brentford – 3pm (UK)
    • Leicester City vs Southampton – 3pm (UK)

    Sunday, August 21

    • West Ham United vs Brighton & Hove Albion – 2pm (UK)

    What the managers have said

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insists he will be on the touchline ahead of the match with Wolves.

    He said: “I hope so. It’s right to stay in my place. For sure, after this type of situation, you can learn a lot but, at the same time, in that situation, I was good to keep calm and not have an excessive reaction.”

    Dean Henderson celebrates saving a penalty taken by West Ham's Declan Rice

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    Dean Henderson celebrates saving a penalty taken by West Ham’s Declan RiceCredit: Getty

    Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper faced the media ahead of his side’s clash with Everton and praised goalkeeper Dean Henderson after his heroics last weekend.

    He explained: “A goalkeeper obviously is always going to have games where they can be one of the standout players and Dean’s obviously shown that last Sunday.

    “It was an important role that he ended up playing and a massive contribution in us getting the result that we got. Sometimes you need your keeper to be called upon more than what you’d like but when they do if they can play at the level he did last week then that is an asset to the team.

    “I don’t want him to be saving penalties every week and making world-class saves, but he’s shown that if he is needed then he can perform at a really high level. I’m really pleased with not only how he played last week, but his contribution to being part of what we are trying to do.”

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