BBC Match of the Day running order on 18 March 2017

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BBC Match of the Day running order on 18 March 2017

The running order for this week’s Match of the Day is as follows..

1. West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal; 2. Stoke City v Chelsea; 3. West Ham United v Leicester City; 4. Everton v Hull City;

5. Bournemouth v Swansea City; 6. Crystal Palace v Watford; 7. Sunderland v Burnley;

Gary Lineker will be live on BBC One from 10.20pm this evening.

The programme will be repeated on the same channel at 7.30pm on Sunday morning, and will be made available on the BBC iPlayer from midnight on Monday (Tues morning).

The final three games from the Premier League this weekend take place on Sunday afternoon as Manchester United’s visit to Middlesbrough being shown live on BT Sport from 12.00pm.

Sky Sports’ double-header will feature Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton (2.15pm), and Liverpool’s visit to Manchester City from 4.30pm.

Highlights of all three matches will be shown on BBC’s MOTD2 from 10.30pm, BBC One on Sunday night.

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