The Premier League returns with a string of games this midweek as the season continues at a frantic pace ahead of November’s World Cup in Qatar.
The top two teams in the table, Arsenal and Manchester City, are not on domestic duty as the Gunners have to play their rearranged games with PSV in the Europa League on Thursday.
It means those of them can catch up and Tottenham will be particularly focused when they travel to Manchester United, knowing that a win at Old Trafford would take City and a point behind leaders Arsenal.
Chelsea will also seek a sixth straight win under Graham Potter at Brentford, while Liverpool hope to build on their 1-0 win over City when they host West Ham at Anfield.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the Premier League midweek games, including how to watch them all online.
Here’s how to watch the Premier League online this week
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What are the fortifications? (All times BST)
Brighton v Nottingham Forest – 7.30pm
Crystal Palace vs Wolves – 8:15 p.m
Bournemouth v Southampton – 7:30pm
Liverpool v West Ham – 7.30pm
Brentford v Chelsea – 7.30pm
Newcastle v Everton – 7.30pm
Manchester United v Tottenham – 8:15 p.m
Fulham v Aston Villa – 7:30pm
Leciester v Leeds United – 8:15 p.m
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