The drama continues this weekend with five matches being shown live across and .
The is hotting up with pulling clear at the ahead of defending champions .
, , and may all be looking to challenge the two frontrunners in the fight for the title but they will also be aware they are locked in a titanic tussle to secure football for next season.
At the bottom of the table, the likes of Nottingham Forest, Leicester, Wolves and Southampton will be desperate to put some distance between themselves and the Premier League relegation trapdoor.
But which Premier League matches are on TV this weekend and what channel are they on? Read on for your full football fixture list on the box.
What Premier League matches are on TV this weekend?
Five Premier League matches will be shown live on TV in the UK over the weekend.
The action begins with Liverpool making the trip to Nottingham for the Saturday lunchtime kick-off in front of the BT Sport cameras.
Viewers at home will be get their next TV fix later in the day at 5.30pm with hosting at Stamford Bridge.
Super Sunday action on Sky kicks-off with Premier League leaders Arsenal taking on Southampton on the south coast at 2pm, with Tottenham and Newcastle following the match at 4.30pm.
West Ham and Bournemouth conclude the long weekend of football in the Monday Night Football slot at 8pm.
Premier League fixtures this weekend
Saturday, October 22
- Nottingham Forest vs Liverpool (12.30pm, BT Sport 1 and Ultimate)
- Everton vs Crystal Palace (3pm)
- Manchester City vs Brighton (3pm)
- Chelsea vs Manchester United (5.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event)
Sunday, October 23
- Wolves vs Leicester (2pm)
- Aston Villa vs Brentford (2pm)
- Southampton vs Arsenal (2pm, Sky Sports Main Event)
- Leeds vs Fulham (2pm)
- Tottenham vs Newcastle (4.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event)
Monday, October 24
- West Ham vs Bournemouth (8pm, Sky Sports Main Event)
How to watch the Premier League on Sky Sports and BT Sport
Sky Q and Sky+ customers can add Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football to their existing deals for an .
Sky customers can stream matches live on the Sky Sports website and on the Sky Go app.
Premier League fans without Sky can from £46 a month.
Alternatively, football fans can watch the Premier League on Sky Sports by purchasing a .
Those wishing to watch the Premier League on BT can for £25, with BT broadband not required to watch the match on BT’s app and web player.
to BT Sport begins from £16 a month, with a package containing BT, Sky and Eurosport available for £41 a month.
BT customers can live stream Premier League matches online via the BT Sport website and app.
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