Liverpool ended their barren run of form with a return to winning ways at home in the early kick-off on Saturday against Saturday. An upset looked on the cards when Callum Wilson poked home from six yards in the early stages.
But goals from Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane secured all three points for the Reds and they’re first up on Match of the Day.
Gary Lineker revealed the running order for Match of the Day following the late Premier League game between Tottenham and Burnley on a day short of goals in the league.
Liverpool were the only side to score more than once out of seven matches but there were still some critical results affecting the table up and down the league.
One particular result was Arsenal’s 1-0 win over West Ham where Bernd Leno put in a stellar performance to keep the Hammers at bay before Alexandre Lacazette fired the winner late on.
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That game will be followed by Newcastle’s win away at Southampton, where Moussa Djenepo was sent off for the hosts.
The 1-0 win will be followed by a much needed win for Crystal Palace over relegation-threatened Watford.
Meanwhile Sheffield United stretched their unbeaten run to six games as they moved within just two points of the top four.
Tottenham came from a goal down to rescue a point away at Burnley but there was no surprise to see Wolves’ stalemate with Brighton selected to be last on Match of the Day.
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Match of the Day running order
Liverpool vs Bournemouth
Arsenal vs West Ham
Southampton vs Newcastle
Crystal Palace vs Watford
Sheffield United vs Norwich
Burnley vs Tottenham
Wolves vs Brighton
Match of the Day will be shown on BBC One at 10.30pm.
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