The Premier League season is 11 games in, and there have already been a number of talking points including Arsenal’s exceptional start to the season and a slow start for Leicester City.
Match of the Day is one of the BBC’s longest-running-shows and has been running since 1964.
Here we take a look at all the presenters, pundits and commentators you can expect to hear from during a thrilling season of football.
Who are the Match of the Day presenters for the 2022/23 Premier League season?
Gary Lineker is the main host of Match of the Day. Lineker has presented BBC’s flagship Premier League highlights show since 1999, and he has become synonymous with the programme.
Lineker signed an extension to his contract with the BBC in 2020 and will continue to present the show until 2025.
Mark Chapman will present Match of the Day 2 and will provide coverage of all the Sunday games.
Who will be the pundits for Match of the Day in the 2022/23 Premier League season?
Gary Lineker will be joined by some familiar faces in the studio during the 2022/23 Premier League season with the Premier League’s all time leading goalscorer Alan Shearer and former Arsenal and England striker Ian Wright both being in the line up for next year’s show.
Here is a full list of pundits we can expect to see over the course of the season:
- Dion Dublin
- Danny Murphy
- Michah Richards
- Kevin Kilbane
- Jermain Jenas
- Ashley Williams
- Fara Williams
- Joleon Lecott
- Martin Keown
- Rio Ferdiand
- Karen Carney
Who will be the commentators for Match of the Day in the 2022/23 Premier League season?
Viewers can expect to hear from some familiar names over the course of the season these include:
- Guy Mowbray
- John Roder
- Conor McNamara
- Jonathan Pearce
- Martin Fisher
- Robyn Cowen
- Simon Brotherton
- Steve Bower
- Steve Wilson
What time is Match of the Day on TV?
Gary Lineker will present highlights of the Premier League games at 10.30pm on Saturday 29 October 2022 on BBC One.
This week’s Match of the Day will include highlights from all eight of Saturday’s Premier League games.
Repeats of Saturday night’s show are broadcast on Sunday mornings - with the show’s repeated at 7.40am.
Match of the Day 2 will be shown on BBC One at 10.30pm on Sunday 16 October 2022.
Fans are also able to rewatch the highlights on the BBC iPlayer.
Here is a full list of fixtures taking place this weekend
Saturday 29 October
Leicester City vs Manchester City
AFC Bournemouth vs Tottenham Hotspur
Brentford vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea
Crystal Palace vs Southampton
Sunday 30 October
Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest
Manchester United vs West Ham United