Premier League Matchday 6: Highlights, previews, TV channels, live streams and how to watch every game on BT TV
With every match available to watch on BT TV, here is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know ahead of another jam-packed Premier League weekend.
A remarkable Premier League season continues this weekend, with every game available to watch on BT TV.
Read on, or jump to a specific game using the links below, for everything you need to know including broadcast information, match previews and highlights.
Friday 23 October
Saturday 24 October
Sunday 25 October
Monday 26 October
Patrick Bamford scores a scintillating second-half hat-trick to give Leeds a sensational victory, in the process leaving Villa's perfect start to the new season in tatters.
Manchester City were held by West Ham as David Moyes' men continued their impressive run of form by taking a point off Pep Guardiola's side.
City started on the front foot without creating much in the way of clear-cut chances and Michail Antonio punished the visitors with a wonderful bicycle kick. The in-form forward held off Ruben Dias and arrowed his effort past Ederson and into the City net.
Guardiola's side dominated the ball but only found a way through a resolute West Ham side after Phil Foden entered the fray. The midfielder finished neatly to level and while City pushed for a winner they were hit by an injury to star striker Sergio Aguero.
Fulham 1-2 Crystal Palace
That familiar sinking feeling will be returning to Fulham fans after yet another disappointing defeat in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace surrendered most of the possession on their trip to Craven Cottage but made their moments in attack count largely thanks to the contributions of Wilfried Zaha.
The Ivorian laid Jairo Riedewald's opener on a plate before scoring one of his own shortly after the hour mark.
Fulham skipper Tom Cairney pulled one back late on but after substitute Aboubakar Kamara was shown red five minutes earlier, it was always a tough assignment for the home side to get back into it.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were held to a goalless draw by visiting Chelsea on a dreary evening at Old Trafford largely thanks to an in-form Eduoard Mendy in the Blues' goal.
The former Rennes stopper was called into action a number of times - including a great stop as Marcus Rashford raced through on goal late in the first half - to secure a second clean successive clean sheet for Chelsea.
Liverpool came from behind to beat an improved Sheffield United at Anfield on Saturday night despite falling victim to a controversial penalty.
Fabinho was penalised for a trip on the edge of the box that the video assistant referee adjudged to have occurred inside the penalty area but replays showed the Brazilian had made contact with the ball with the challenge happening outside the box.
In the end it did not matter as Roberto Firmino scored a rare home goal before Diogo Jota's back post header made sure of all three points for Jurgen Klopp's men.
Southampton 2-0 Everton
Everton’s unbeaten start to the season was ended by Southampton who claimed a 2-0 win at St Mary’s.
First-half goals from James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams were enough to see off an uncharacteristically lacklustre Everton side, who had defender Lucas Digne sent off for a reckless tackle.
The Toffees remain top of the table despite the defeat, while Southampton move up to fifth.
Jacob Murphy’s late free-kick snatched a point for Newcastle at Wolves.
The winger scored his first Premier League goal for the Magpies in almost three years to clinch a 1-1 draw at Molineux.
Raul Jimenez’s excellent half-volley with 10 minutes left looked to have given dominant Wolves the points.
But Murphy’s leveller denied Nuno Espirito Santo’s side the chance to climb into the top four, while the Magpies remain well clear of any early trouble in 14th.
Leicester secured a first away league win at Arsenal in 47 years as Jamie Vardy once again proved to be the scourge of the Gunners.
The Foxes travelled to the Emirates Stadium with a gameplan which they played out to perfection, soaking up plenty of Arsenal pressure before introducing fit-again Vardy from the bench to do the damage and secure a 1-0 win.
Vardy had missed the last two games with a calf injury but was the match-winner here – scoring his 11th Premier League goal against Arsenal, with only Wayne Rooney able to boast more.
Monday 26 October, 5.30pm KO
TV Channel: Sky Sports Box Office via BT TV
The evolution of Brighton’s playing style under Graham Potter has been stark, but the Seagulls have yet to translate their possession-based philosophy into results.
They are 16th in the table with only one win after five games. They’ve lost to Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton, beaten Newcastle and drawn with Crystal Palace in a sub-par start to the season.
Moreover, Brighton have won just one of their last 11 home league games (D4 L6), losing five of their last six since beating Arsenal 2-1 in June.
They rescued a point at Selhurst Park last time out courtesy of a last-gasp equaliser from Alexis Mac Allister and will be looking to kick on against Premier League new boys West Brom on Monday.
The Baggies are still searching for their first win of the season under Slavan Bilic and their only points have come as a result of draws against Chelsea and Burnley.
The away side have the lowest expected goals (xG) total in the Premier League this season (2.4) although they were boosted last week by the arrival of £15million forward Karlan Grant from Huddersfield.
With Matheus Pereira and Grady Diangana supplying their new marksman, Bilic will be hoping their new-look attacking unit will have the firepower to drag his side out of trouble.
Their defence could be more of a problem and Neil Maupay, who has already scored four times this season, will be looking to add to his tally and fire Brighton to their second win of the season at the Amex Stadium.
Monday 26 October, 8pm KO
TV Channel: Now TV via BT TV
A wounded Tottenham side return to Premier League action a week after squandering a three-goal lead against West Ham in one of the most dramatic finales in top-flight history.
The Hammers claimed an incredible draw with Manuel Lanzini’s late strike after Spurs scored three times in the first 16 minutes.
The stunning form of Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, as well as the returning Gareth Bale, has been offset somewhat by a leaky defence. Tottenham have kept just two clean sheets in their last 28 Premier League away games and need to urgently solve a mounting defensive crisis to compete at the top of the league.
They travel to Turf Moor on Monday night looking to banish memories of last weekend against an out-of-form Burnley side who have won just two of their 12 Premier League games against Spurs.
Sean Dyche’s side are 18th in the league with one point from their first four games and there are some suggestions that the Clarets could become embroiled in a relegation scrap this season.
They have lost each of their last two at Turf Moor and the last time lost three consecutive home league games was in December 2018.
Spurs’ stacked schedule continued with their Europa League return on Thursday night. Wins over LASK and then Burnley will go some way to assuaging the doubters after the West Ham aberration.