It’s Saturday again which means it’s time for GameDay once more.
The Premier League has been full of thrills and spills already this season and we are set for more this weekend.
We’ll be at Leicester vs Tottenham and Newcastle vs Brighton on Saturday and we’ll also bring you the day’s 3pm action plus a healthy dollop from the Championship too.
talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 will be bringing you more live top-flight games than ever before in 2019/20 with well over 100 games on our airwaves over the coming weeks and months.
And we’ll be the only place where you can listen to THREE live Premier League matches this weekend.
With plenty to come, here’s what we’ve got in store for you all.
Leicester vs Tottenham
Coverage starts from 11am on talkSPORT (kick-off 12:30pm)
GameDay kicks off this weekend at the King Power Stadium as the 2016 champions Leicester host the 2017 runners-up Tottenham.
The two sides have made decent starts to the season, both in the top five on eight points.
Leicester lost at Manchester United last weekend while Tottenham smashed Crystal Palace.
The Foxes will be eager to bounce back but have lost four of their last five against Spurs, conceding 17 goals in doing so.
Reshmin Chowdhury, Sam Matterface and Stuart Pearce will be on hand for all of talkSPORT’s live and exclusive coverage of the clash.
Leeds vs Derby
Coverage starts from 11am on talkSPORT 2 (kick-off 12:30pm)
We’ll be bringing you an extra slice of Championship action this weekend from Elland Road.
The clash was surrounding by the spy-gate scandal last season which saw Marcelo Bielsa send his staff to watch Derby’s training sessions in secret ahead of the league meeting.
The two faced each other four times last term with Leeds winning both league games and the first-leg of their play-off tie before Derby stunned them with a 4-2 win in the return leg.
This season, Leeds are sitting top of the table while Derby are down in 19th and have only won once in their opening seven games.
talkSPORT 2 will bring you live and exclusive commentary of the clash this weekend with Mark Wilson and Chris Iwelumo.
GameDay Live with Adrian Durham
Coverage starts from 2:30pm on talkSPORT
Adrian Durham will be your host as we go Around the Grounds for this weekend’s three 3pm kick-offs in the top-flight.
Champions Manchester City host Watford looking to hit back from their shock defeat at Norwich last time out.
Meanwhile, Everton host newly-promoted Sheffield United and Burnley take on the Canaries.
Once the full-time whistles go, Adrian will then lead our Full-Time Phone-In so you the fans can have your say on all the action.
Everton vs Sheffield United
Coverage starts from 2:30pm on talkSPORT 2 (kick-off 3pm)
In the 2019/20 season, we will be bringing you a live 3pm game every weekend over on talkSPORT 2.
We’ll be at Goodison Park on Saturday for Everton vs Sheffield United with Russ Williams bringing you all the build-up before handing over to Ian Danter and Perry Groves for the action.
The Toffees have been a mixed bag so far this season, following up their win over Wolves on September 1 with a woeful defeat at Bournemouth last time out.
The Blades, meanwhile, have impressed on their return to the top-flight but will be eager to get their second win of the campaign sooner rather than later.
These two sides have not meet in the league since a 1-1 draw at Bramall Lane in March 2007.
Newcastle vs Brighton
Coverage starts from 5:15pm on talkSPORT (kick-off 5:30pm)
Our sixth instalment of our GameDay special will conclude at St James’ Park this weekend as two of the league’s strugglers face off.
Newcastle and Brighton make up two of the league’s bottom five sides having both won just once so far this term.
The Toon lost 3-1 at Liverpool last weekend while the Seagulls drew with Burnley and both will be looking to claim a vital three points this Saturday.
Laura Woods will bring you all the build-up before handing over to Nigel Adderley and Trevor Sinclair for live and exclusive commentary to wrap up another GameDay special.
Saturday is GameDay on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 as we bring you LIVE commentary of Premier League games across all three time slots.