Premier League fixtures & results: TV schedule, live stream & guide to Week 7

Goal keeps you up to date with the latest results from England's top division, as well as the upcoming fixtures and the current standings

Manchester City turned in a superb performance to win 1-0 at Chelsea on the seventh matchday of the Premier League season.

Pep Guardiola's men outclassed the Blues and kept their unbeaten record intact at Stamford Bridge thanks to Kevin De Bruyne's second-half goal.

Before that, Manchester United put themselves in position to take advantage of either side dropping points by thrashing Crystal Palace.

Goal has your complete guide to the latest set of fixtures, including the updated table.


Date Match Time TV?
Sep 30 Huddersfield Town 0-4 Tottenham 12:30 Sky
Sep 30 Bournemouth 0-0 Leicester City 15:00 None
Sep 30 West Brom 2-2 Watford 15:00 None
Sep 30 West Ham 1-0 Swansea City 15:00 None
Sep 30 Stoke City 2-1 Southampton 15:00 None
Sep 30 Manchester United 4-0 Crystal Palace 15:00 None
Sep 30 Chelsea 0-1 Manchester City 17:30 BT
Oct 1 Arsenal 2-0 Brighton 12:00 BT
Oct 1 Everton 0-1 Burnley 14:15 Sky
Oct 1 Newcastle United 1-1 Liverpool 16:30 Sky

Harry Kane had his scoring boots on once again, finding the target twice, as Tottenham thrashed Huddersfield Town 4-0 at lunchtime on Saturday. Ben Davies and Moussa Sissoko also netted for Spurs.

Five 15:00 fixtures then followed, with Manchester United also winning 4-0 thanks to two Marouane Fellaini goals against Crystal Palace. Juan Mata and Romelu Lukaku were also on the scoresheet.

High-flying Watford held West Brom to a 2-2 draw away from home thanks to Richarlison's 95th-minute equaliser but there was less drama at Bournemouth, who drew 0-0 with Leicester City.

West Ham recorded a much-needed 1-0 win at home against Swansea City and Stoke City were 2-1 victors over Southampton.

In the evening kick-off, De Bruyne's precise strike from 20 yards ensured City's fine performance at Chelsea was rewarded with three points.

On Sunday, Arsenal climbed into the top five with a 2-0 home victory against Brighton to get things started.

Everton's early-season woes continued as they were downed by Burnley in a north-west match-up before the action closed with Rafa Benitez holding his former employers to a point, as Newcastle drew 1-1 with Liverpool.


Pos Team Pld W D L GD Pts
1 Manchester City 7 6 1 0 +20 19
2 Manchester United 7 6 1 0 +19 19
3 Tottenham 7 4 2 1 +9 14
4 Chelsea 7 4 1 2 +6 13
5 Arsenal 7 4 1 2 +3 13
6 Burnley 7 3 3 1 +2 12
7 Liverpool 7 3 3 1 +1 12
8 Watford 7 3 3 1 -1 12
9 Newcastle United 7 3 1 3 +1 10
10 West Brom 7 2 3 2 -2 9
11 Huddersfield Town 7 2 3 2 -2 9
12 Southampton 7 2 2 3 -2 8
13 Stoke City 7 2 2 3 -4 8
14 Brighton 7 2 1 4 -4 7
15 West Ham 7 2 1 4 -6 7
16 Everton 7 2 1 4 -8 7
17 Leicester City 7 1 2 4 -3 5
18 Swansea City 7 1 2 4 -5 5
19 Bournemouth 7 1 1 5 -9 4
20 Crystal Palace 7 0 0 7 -17 0


Alvaro Morata Chelsea

In the UK, Premier League games will be available to watch live on Sky Sports and BT Sport, with the BBC broadcasting highlights on Match of the Day. Viewers will also be able to stream games live online using Sky Go and the BT Sport app.

UK TV channel UK online stream
Sky Sports / BT Sport Sky Go / BT Sport app

In the U.S., up to 250 Premier League games will be available to watch live on television on NBC's various channels, including NBC, NBCSN and CNBC. These games can be streamed on NBC Sports Live.

The network also announced in June that a further 130 games would be exclusively available with the 'Premier League Pass' on NBC Sports Gold. The 'Premier League Pass' service will cost $50.

US TV channel US online stream
NBC Sports NBC Sports Live


Date Match Time TV?
Sep 23 West Ham 2-3 Tottenham 12:30 Sky
Sep 23 Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield Town 15:00 None
Sep 23 Everton 2-1 Bournemouth 15:00 None
Sep 23 Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace 15:00 None
Sep 23 Southampton 0-1 Manchester United 15:00 None
Sep 23 Swansea City 1-2 Watford 15:00 None
Sep 23 Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea 15:00 None
Sep 23 Leicester City 2-3 Liverpool 17:30 BT
Sep 24 Brighton 1-0 Newcastle 16:00 Sky
Sep 25 Arsenal 2-0 West Brom 20:00 Sky

The early kick-off last weekend was at the London Stadium, where Tottenham raced into a 3-0 lead in the second half.

West Ham pulled one back before Serge Aurier was sent off, though, and Cheikhou Kouyate's second made it a very nervy finish for Spurs, who just about held out for three points.

Later on, Manchester United earned a 1-0 victory at Southampton despite withstanding late pressure thanks to Romelu Lukaku's sixth league goal of the season.

Defending champions Chelsea were more convincing winners, with Alvaro Morata's hat-trick driving them to a 4-0 victory at Stoke City - as were Manchester City, who won 5-0 on the back of four second-half goals against Crystal Palace.

Surprise packages Burnley and Huddersfield Town played out a 0-0 draw at Turf Moor but there was more drama at Swansea City and Everton.

Watford emerged 2-1 winners in Wales thanks to Richarlison's late winner, while the Toffees earned three points by the same scoreline over Bournemouth after a two-goal second-half cameo from Oumar Niasse.

In the evening fixture, Liverpool's defence was imperfect once again but goals from Mohamed Salah, Philippe Coutinho and Jordan Henderson earned the Reds a 3-2 win over Leicester City.

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The busy Saturday schedule is a consequence of five clubs playing Champions League matches on Tuesday and Wednesday the following week.

The sole Sunday fixture was between newly promoted Brighton and Newcastle United, with Chris Hughton's Seagulls triumphing 1-0 thanks to a Tomer Hemed strike. That result sees them move ahead of Everton into 13th.

On Monday night, Arsenal moved themselves into the top half of the table with a 2-0 win over West Brom courtesy of a pair of Alexandre Lacazette goals.

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