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Match of the Day running order – 4th July

Match of the Day running order has been revealed by Gary Lineker for tonight’s episode after what has been an eventful weekend so far.

You can see the highlights of all of those played so far along with all the talking points, replays and analysis from 10:20pm on BBC One.

There were a total of 16 goals from 5 fixtures across the last 24 hours, which has made quite an impact on the Premier League table.

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So what is the running order of matches for Thursday night’s Match of the Day? Find out for yourself below…



Mason Greenwood scored twice in the Premier League for the first time as Manchester United came from behind to beat Bournemouth 5-2 and increase the Cherries’ relegation worries.

Player Ratings

Man Utd: De Gea (5), Wan-Bissaka (6), Lindelof (6), Maguire (6), Shaw (7), Matic (8), Pogba (7), Greenwood (9), Fernandes (8), Rashford (8), Martial (8).

Subs: Igahlo (6), Mata (6), James (7)

Bournemouth: Ramsdale (7), Rico (6), Kelly (6), Ake (6), Smith (5), Brooks (6), Lerma (6), L.Cook (6), Stanislas (7), Solanke (5), King (6).

Subs: H.Wilson (6), Stacey (6), Danjuma (7), Billing (6)

Man of the match: Mason Greenwood

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Kelechi Iheanacho got the opener, before Jamie Vardy netted his 100th Premier League goal, and then his second of the game as Leicester kept their hold on third place with a 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Player ratings

Leicester: Schmeichel (7), Justin (7), Soyuncu (7), Evans (6), Chilwell (6), Perez (7), Ndidi (7), Tielemans (7), Albrighton (6), Vardy (8), Iheanacho (7).

Subs: Bennett (6), Praet (6), Barnes (7), Fuchs (6), Choudhury (n/a).

Crystal Palace: Guaita (5), Ward (6), Cahill (6), Sakho (4), Van Aanholt (5), McArthur (6), Milivojevic (6), Riedewald (5), Ayew (5), Benteke (6), Zaha (6).

Subs: Kouyate (6), McCarthy (5), Townsend (n/a), Mitchell (n/a).

Man of the match: Jamie Vardy

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Chelsea boosted their Champions League qualification hopes with a comfortable win over strugglers Watford thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud mid-way through the first half, a penalty from Willian before the break, and Ross Barkley in injury time.

Player ratings

Chelsea: Arrizabalaga (7), James (7), Christensen (7), Zouma (7), Azpilicueta (7), Barkley (8), Kante (7), Mount (8), Willian (7), Giroud (7), Pulisic (8).

Subs: Abraham (n/a), Loftus-Cheek (n/a), Hudson-Odoi (n/a), Gilmour (n/a).

Watford: Foster (6), Mariappa (5), Kabasele (6), Dawson (6), Femenia (6), Chalobah (7), Capoue (5), Sarr (5), Doucoure (6), Hughes (6), Deeney (5).

Subs: Cleverley (6), Welbeck (6), Masina (5), Pereyra (n/a).

Man of the match: Mason Mount.

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Arsenal brought Wolves’ charge for the top four to a screeching halt with goals from Bukayo Saka and Alexandre Lacazette giving the Gunners a 2-0 win at Molineux.

Wolves had been unbeaten in eight Premier League games and had won all three of their matches since the restart.

Player ratings

Wolves: Patricio (6), Boly (7), Coady (6), Saiss (7), Doherty (7), Dendoncker (6), Neves (6), Moutinho (6), Jonny (7), Jimenez (7), Traore (7).

Subs used: Jota (7), Neto (6), Gibbs-White (n/a).

Arsenal: Martinez (7), Mustafi (7), Luiz (7), Kolasinac (6), Soares (7), Ceballos (6), Xhaka (7), Tierney (7), Saka (8), Nketiah (7), Aubameyang (7).

Subs used: Maitland-Niles (6), Bellerin (5), Willock (7), Torreira (5), Lacazette (7).

Man of the match: Bukayo Saka.

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Brighton strengthened their Premier League survival hopes while seriously denting Norwich’s as they earned a narrow 1-0 win at Carrow Road.

The Seagulls scored their opener on the counter as Norwich got caught high up the pitch, Leandro Trossard sweeping into the bottom-left corner from Aaron Mooy’s right-wing cross.

Player ratings

Norwich Krul (6), Aarons (5), Godfrey (5), Klose (5), Lewis (5), Buendia (5), Tettey (4), McLean (6), Duda (4), Drmic (4), Hernandez (5)

Subs: Idah (6), Cantwell (5), Pukki (5), Vrancic (NA)

Brighton: Ryan (6), Lamptey (7), Dunk (7), Webster (6), Burn (6), Bissouma (6), Mooy (7), Propper (6), Trossard (7), Maupay (6), Connolly (6)

Subs: Gross (6), Bernardo (6), Stephens (NA), Mac Allister (NA)

Man of the match: Lewis Dunk

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If you miss the show tonight, it will repeated at 7:50am on Sunday morning and it will be available on the BBC iPlayer.

A variety of supporters gave their feedback to the choices made, with many also stating which topic or controversial moment they wanted talked about…

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