Match of the Day kicked off the 2016/17 English Premier League Season with host Gary Lineker keeping his promise to present the show in his pants on the back of Leicester City FC winning the title in 2015/16.
Will Manchester United bounce back under Jose Mourinho? How will Chelsea do with Antonia Conte at the helm? What about Manchester City under Pep Guardiola and can Jurgen Klopp inspire a reds revival at Liverpool? Match Of The Day will answer all these questions and more throughout the season.
Football fans can once again enjoy highlights and key analysis from all the day’s games in the Barclays Premier League throughout the English football season.
The show once again hosted by Gary Lineker will feature expert analysis from regular guests such as Alan Shearer, Ian Wright, Rudd Gullit and Martin Keown.
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