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What Premier League fixtures are coming up this weekend as Merseyside derby headlines huge day on talkSPORT

The October international break is over and attentions can now turn to the next round of Premier League fixtures.

And there are some brilliant games coming up this weekend, including a bumper Saturday on the talkSPORT network.

The Merseyside derby is one of three games on the talkSPORT network this weekend


The Merseyside derby is one of three games on the talkSPORT network this weekendCredit: Getty

talkSPORT will bring you four games exclusively live in Gameweek 9 and plenty of drama awaits…

What Premier League games are on this weekend?

Liverpool vs Everton

It’s another early kick-off after the international break for Jurgen Klopp, which will almost certainly annoy him.

However, the Reds have lost just one of their last 25 Premier League meetings with their inner-city rivals.

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Everton have won two of their last three top-flight matches and are starting to look a bit better under Sean Dyche.

talkSPORT will have exclusive commentary live from Anfield, with Reshmin Chowdhury serving as a your presenter.

Commentary will then come from Sam Matterface, ex-Liverpool midfielder Ray Houghton and former Toffees striker Kevin Campbell.

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Premier League fixtures this weekend

Saturday, October 21

Sunday, October 22

Monday, October 23

Newcastle vs Crystal Palace

The Magpies put together an excellent run during the last month.

Since their 3-1 defeat to Brighton, Eddie Howe’s men are unbeaten in all competitions, scoring 18 goals and securing wins over Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

But Palace have the joint-second best defence in the league, conceding just seven goals, so it should be a tight affair at St James’ Park.

talkSPORT 2 will have exclusive commentary live from Tyneside, with Mark Wilson and ex-Sunderland defender Micky Gray taking you through the action.

Newcastle's last match at home saw them beat PSG 4-1 in the Champions League


Newcastle’s last match at home saw them beat PSG 4-1 in the Champions LeagueCredit: Getty

Sheffield United vs Manchester United

The Blades are yet to win a Premier League game since their promotion from the Championship and will hope to change that this weekend.

Paul Heckingbottom’s men are 20th with just one point from their opening eight games.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils are tenth, five points behind Liverpool in fourth and eight off Tottenham at the top of the league.

talkSPORT’s exclusive coverage from Bramall Lane will be presented by Faye Carruthers.

Commentary will then come from Ian Danter and former Leeds Women’s player Lucy Ward.

Scott McTominay was the hero for Man United last time out


Scott McTominay was the hero for Man United last time outCredit: Getty

Tottenham vs Fulham

The final game of our bumper weekend comes from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Monday evening.

Ange Postecoglou’s men are flying high at the top of the league and will look to continue their unbeaten run here.

However, Fulham did beat Spurs in the Carabao Cup earlier this year, so will have confidence.

talkSPORT’s exclusive coverage from north London will be presented by Adrian Durham.

Commentary will then come from Matterface and former Fulham and Spurs midfielder Danny Murphy.

Spurs are flying


Spurs are flyingCredit: Getty

Other games

Elsewhere this weekend, there are yet more games.

On Saturday, Manchester City welcome Brighton to the Etihad for what looks to be a mouthwatering clash.

Plus, Wolves visit Bournemouth as Gary O’Neil makes his return to the Vitality Stadium after being dumped by the Cherries.

You can catch all the goals with Durham, Dean Ashton and Ray Parlour on talkSPORT’s GameDay Live.

And then after that, Arsenal visit Chelsea looking to continue their great start to the season.

Sunday’s lone offering sees two of the league’s form sides go head-to-head as Aston Villa welcome West Ham.

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