The 2022/23 Premier League season is well underway and BBC continues to be at the forefront of the action.
Footy mad fans wanting to keep up to date with all the goings on from the EPL can get their weekend fix on a Sunday night with Match of the Day 2.
Since 2004, MotD2 has followed the same format as the Saturday night staple Match of the Day in providing analysis and highlights of all the big games and talking points.
Here we take a look at everything you need to know and how to keep up to date with football throughout the season.
Who will be the presenter of Match of the Day 2 this season?
Mark Chapman will present highlights and analysis from all of the Sunday matches.
Chapman has been the main host of Match of the Day 2 since 2013 following the departure of Colin Murray. Chapman is also the main presenter on 5 live Sport and was the former presenter of The NFL Show.
Who will be the pundits for Match of the Day 2 this season?
On the opening day of the season Mark Chapman was accompanied by Jermaine Jenas and Fara Williams in the studio. Over the course of the season we can expect to see expert analysis from a number of former players and managers.
Here is a full list of pundits that we can expect to see during the 2022/23 Premier League campaign:
- Dion Dublin
- Michah Richards
- Danny Murphy
- Alan Shearer
- Ian Wright
- Kevin Kilbane
- Ashley Williams
- Joleon Lescott
- Martin Keown
- Rio Ferdinand
- Karen Carney
Who will be the commentators for Match of the Day 2 in the 2022/23 season?
Viewers can expect to hear from some of the most distinguished commentators in the game during another thrilling year of Premier League action. These will include:
- Guy Mowbray
- John Roder
- Jonathan Pearce
- Conor McNamara
- Robyn Cowen
- Martin Fisher
- Steve Wilson
- Steve Bower
- Simon Brotherton
What channel is Match of the Day 2 on TV?
Match of the Day 2 was originally broadcast on BBC Two but was moved to BBC One from the beginning of the 2012/13 season because of the increased number of games being played on a Sunday.
What time is Match of the Day 2 on TV?
Mark Chapman will present highlights of all the Sunday games on BBC One at 10.30pm. Fans will also be able to rewatch highlights on the BBC iPlayer shortly after the show is broadcast and it will be available to stream after midnight.
Match of the Day 2 will show coverage of five games on Sunday 16 October.
What to expect from this week’s Match of the Day 2
Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa have had a poor start to the campaign and will be desperate for a result against a Chelsea side who have enjoyed a strong start under new manager Graham Potter.
High flying Arsenal have enjoyed an exceptional start to the season under Mikel Arteta and a victory against Leeds United will cement their place at the top of the table for another week.
Newcastle United are high on confidence after an excellent 5-1 win against Brentford they will travel to Old Trafford with the aim of recording their first victory away at Manchester United since 2013.
Southampton sit narrowly above the relegation places in 17th and they will entertain 13th place West Ham at St Mary’s Stadium.
The final game of the day kicks off at 4.30pm and will see Liverpool host title favourites Manchester City at Anfield in a clash between last season’s top two sides.
This weekend’s Premier League fixtures
Here is a full list of all the fixtures taking place in the Premier League this weekend:
Saturday 15 October
Leicester City vs Crystal Palace
Fulham vs AFC Bournemouth
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Nottingham Forest
Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton
Sunday 16 October
Aston Villa vs Chelsea
Leeds United vs Arsenal
Manchester United vs Newcastle
Southampton vs West Ham United
Liverpool vs Manchester City