BBC Match of the Day running order on 9 April 2016

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BBC Match of the Day running order on 9 April 2016

A total of 20 goals were scored in the Barclays Premier League today and highlights of all seven games will be shown on BBC’s Match of the Day.

The running order is as follows: 1. West Ham United v Arsenal; 2. Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion; 3. Southampton v Newcastle United; 4. Crystal Palace v Norwich City.

5. Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth; 6. Swansea City v Chelsea; 7. Watford v Everton.

Gary Lineker will be live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 10.20pm tonight, where he’ll be joined in the studio by Danny Murphy and Martin Keown.

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

Sunderland host Leicester City; Stoke City travel to Liverpool and Tottenham take on Manchester United on Sunday afternoon with highlights on BBC MOTD2 from 10.30pm, BBC One on Sunday evening.

Update on Saturday 9 April 2016
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