How to watch the Premier League this weekend

Watch all the action on Sunday, December 2 when the Premier Leagues kicks off with a new round of fixtures and highlights.

The game is on BBC One at 10:30 BST on Saturday, December 1, with the game being shown live on BBC Two on Sunday at 20:30.

The match is also available on the BBC Sport app, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and on the new BBC Sport App on mobile devices.

Here’s how to watch: The game will be shown live at 10pm on Saturday night.

Here are some key points to keep an eye on in the Premier league this weekend: The games in the new round: There are a few games that are new this weekend, with Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion, Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke v Swansea City.

Here is a quick summary of the Premier leagues matches, plus a full preview.

Arsenal v Arsenal 2 – 1 Sunderland: The Gunners are hoping to bounce back after last weekend’s draw with Crystal Palace.

The Baggies have a record of just one win from 10 games and they will be hoping to get back on track against their top-of-the-table rivals, who have won their last three league games.

They are in good form at the moment and look to keep that going after a 4-0 thrashing at home to Sunderland.

Palace v Palace 1 – 0 Crystal Palace: The reigning Premier League champions will be without captain Jordan Pickford, who has been sidelined with a hamstring injury.

The defender has been the backbone of the side in recent weeks, with a clean sheet in each of their past three games.

The Gunns are hoping that pickford can make a return against a Palace side in the top six, who are still searching for their first win in six matches.

Stoke v Stoke 1 – 1 Everton: The Potters will look to build on their first victory of the season against Stoke.

The Pottinger sides last win in the Capital was in September 2014, when they defeated the Potters at the Britannia Stadium.

It will be a tough game for the Potts, who were beaten 4-2 at home by the Gunners last weekend.

Swansea City v Swansea 1 – 2 Crystal Palace and Arsenal: The two teams will be in action again in their next match, this time at the Liberty Stadium.

Swansea are unbeaten in their past six Premier League games and have won five of their last six matches at the Stadium.

The visitors will be looking to bounce right back after a 0-0 draw with West Brom on Saturday.

Arsenal vs Arsenal 3 – 2 Swansea City: The Swans have dropped points in each successive Premier League game against Crystal Palace, but this is their first game in the capital.

Swansea boss Garry Monk will be keen to get his side back on top and has been impressed by his team’s resilience.

He has been vocal in the past about wanting his side to bounce straight back and the home side will be desperate to prove he is right.

Everton v Everton 1 – 3 Crystal Palace vs Swansea: The Blues are back in action after being hammered 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium by West Ham last week.

Swansea have struggled against Palace and are looking to improve their record against the visitors.

Everton are unbeaten since September, while Palace are bottom of the table, two points adrift of safety.

Everton have won four of their six away games this season, but their next game is against a side who are yet to lose in the league.

Stoke vs Stoke 3 – 3 Swansea City vs Crystal Palace (2): Stoke are hoping their 1-0 victory over the Baggies on Saturday will help them keep their Premier League title hopes alive.

Stoke are still unbeaten in six league games this campaign, and have only lost once this season.

Palace vs Crystal Palace (1): The visitors are looking for their seventh victory in a row in the Palace colours.

Palace are currently bottom of their division and look set to fall back to the Championship.

Southampton v Southampton 1 – 4 Arsenal and Chelsea: Both teams are playing in the first Premier League match of the new season, with both sides looking to make up ground on the rest of the league and secure their Premier league survival.

The teams will play in the opening game of the second round of the FA Cup on Sunday and the Gunns will look for a third straight win to take their place in the fourth tier. 

Palace v Palace 2 – 3 Everton and Stoke: Both sides have started their campaigns with home wins, but both will look forward to facing each other in the next round of Premier League fixtures.

The two sides are both in the bottom half of the Championship table and the first game is the first time either side will play at the ground. 

Arsenal v Arsenal 3 1 – 5 Crystal Palace & Swansea City (4): Crystal Palace are hoping for their maiden league win of the campaign, while Swansea are looking forward to a third successive win.

The sides played out a 4 – 1 draw at