Gary Lineker and guests being you all the goals, drama and reaction from the day’s five matches in the Premier League. Tottenham are at Goodison Park to take on an Everton side they have historically enjoyed a lot of success against. Spurs’ 2-1 victory in December was their thirtieth in the Premier League over the Toffees, more than they have recorded against any other club. Sean Dyche’s Everton, however, will be desperate to record a rare win over the north Londoners in their battle to avoid the drop. Elsewhere, Crystal Palace visit arch-rivals Brighton, Burnley host Fulham, Newcastle take on Luton and Sheffield United face Aston Villa.
What is Match of the Day (MOTD)?
Match of the Day (MOTD) is a long-running BBC football highlights program that airs on Saturday nights during the Premier League season. It typically features highlights of all 10 Premier League matches played that day, along with analysis from pundits like Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, and Ian Wright.
When is Match of the Day (MOTD) on? MOTD typically airs on BBC One at 10:30pm on Saturday nights during the Premier League season. There is also a repeat showing on BBC Two on Sunday mornings at 7:30am.
Where can I watch it? You can watch MOTD live on BBC One or BBC Two, or avalable to stream Match of the Day (MOTD) afterwards on the BBC iPlayer.