We don’t want to give away any of today’s results for you, but we do have the running order – and MOTD kicks off at 10:55pm GMT this evening on BBC One with the London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Emirates.
Mikel Arteta desperately needed a result given the huge pressure on his shoulders, while Frank Lampard could not afford to slip up either with an expectation to launch a title challenge this season.
Following that derby, second vs third is on with Leicester hosting Manchester United at the King Power Stadium.
Four more games follow, with Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace at Aston Villa, Manchester City hosting Newcastle, Everton travelling to Sheffield United before Fulham and Southampton round off the action.
Match of the Day running order: 10:55pm GMT
2) Leicester vs Manchester United
3) Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace
5) Sheffield United vs Everton
How to watch Match of the Day
TV channel: MOTD will be shown live on BBC One at 10:55pm GMT on Saturday, 26 December, with a repeat at 7:50am on Sunday, 27 December.
Live stream: Viewers with a valid TV licence can stream MOTD online on the BBC iPlayer.
Match of the Day presenters
Gary Lineker will lead the coverage with analysis from pundits Alan Shearer and Danny Murphy.