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Match of the Day running order – 7 November

The Match of the Day running order has been revealed ahead of the programme, after what has certainly been an action packed afternoon.

You can see the highlights of all of those played so far along with all the talking points, replays and analysis from 11:05 pm on BBC One.

Presenter Gary Lineker will as always be joined by pundits, this time Jermaine Jenas and Tim Cahill. If you miss the show, you can view it over on the BBC iPlayer or Sunday morning from 7:40 am.

1) Everton v Man Utd

Manchester United came from behind to beat Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League; Bernard had given Everton lead early on; Edinson Cavani on target late on with his first goal for United.

Player ratings

Everton: Pickford (6), Digne (8), Holgate (6), Keane (7), Coleman (6), Bernard (6), Allan (6), Doucoure (6), James (6), Sigurdsson (5), Calvert-Lewin (6)

Subs: Tosun (6), Iwobi (6)

Man Utd: De Gea (6), Shaw (8), Lindelof (6), Maguire (9), Wan-Bissaka (6), Mata (6), Fred (8), McTominay (7), Fernandes (8), Martial (6), Rashford (6)

Subs: Pogba (6), Cavani (7), Tuanzebe (6)

Man of the match: Harry Maguire

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2) Crystal Palace v Leeds

Scott Dann scores his first Premier League goal since December 2017 in fine Crystal Palace win over Leeds; Patrick Bamford has goal disallowed by VAR for a marginal offside call at 1-0; Palace move up to sixth.

Player ratings

Crystal Palace: Guaita (7), Clyne (7), Kouyate (8), Dann (8), Van Aanholt (7), Townsend (7), Riedewald (7), McArthur (7), Eze (9), Ayew (7), Zaha (7).

Subs: Schlupp (6), Benteke (n/a), McCarthy (n/a).

Leeds: Meslier (6), Ayling (6), Koch (6), Cooper (6), Alioski (6), Struijk (5), Helder Costa (5), Klich (7), Dallas (6), Harrison (6), Bamford (7).

Subs: Roberts (6), Raphinha (6).

Man of the match: Eberechi Eze.

3) Chelsea v Sheff Utd

Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Timo Werner take Chelsea third in Premier League; Hakim Ziyech registers two assists in man-of-the-match performance; winless Sheffield United remain bottom.

Player ratings

Chelsea: Mendy (6), James (7), Thiago Silva (8), Zouma (7), Chilwell (7), Kante (7), Kovacic (8), Mount (7), Ziyech (9), Werner (7), Abraham (7)

Subs: Jorginho (6), Giroud (NA)

Sheff Utd: Ramsdale (4), Baldock (5), Basham (6), Egan (5), Stevens (5), Lowe (4), Berge (6), Norwood (5), Lundstram (5), McGoldrick (6), Brewster (4)

Subs: Osborn (5), McBurnie (5)

Man of the match: Hakim Ziyech

4) West Ham v Fulham

Fulham grew in confidence throughout the game after a bright start from the Hammers. However, Tomas Soucek, was there right at the end to snatch all three points. A VAR check awarded Fulham a penalty at the stroke of full time, only for Lookman to miss.

Player Ratings

West Ham: Fabianski (7), Coufal (6), Balbuena (6), Ogbonna (6), Cresswell (7), Masuaku (6), Rice (6), Soucek (6), Fornals (6), Bowen (6), Haller (6)

Subs: Benrahma (6), Lanzini (6), Diop (6)

Fulham: Areola (8), Aina (6), Adarabioyo (7), Andersen (7), Robinson (7), Reed (6), Anguissa (7), Cairney (7), Decordova-Reid (6), Mitrovic (6), Lookman (4)

Subs: Loftus-Cheek (6)

Man of the match: Alphonse Areola

5) Southampton v Newcastle

Che Adams and Stuart Armstrong score in routine home win; Saints move to top-flight summit for first time since September 1988; Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side lost 9-0 to Leicester just over a year ago.

Player ratings

Southampton: McCarthy (7), Walker-Peters (7), Vestergaard (7), Stephens (7), Bednarek (7), Romeu (7), Ward-Prowse (8), Walcott (7), Djenepo (7), Armstrong (8), Adams (8).

Subs: Long (n/a), Redmond (6).

Newcastle: Darlow (8), Lewis (6), Schar (6), Lascelles (5), Fernandez (6), S. Longstaff (5), Hendrick (4), Almiron (5), Murphy (5), Saint-Maximin (5), Wilson (5).

Subs: M. Longstaff (5), Carroll (5), Joelinton (6).

Man of the match: Stuart Armstrong.

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6)Brighton v Burnley

Danny Welbeck looked lively on first start for Brighton but lacked ruthlessness in front of goal; Burnley remain winless this season.

Player ratings

Brighton: Ryan (7), Webster (6), Veltman (6), Burn (5), Lamptey (7), White (6), Bissouma (6), Lallana (7), Gross (6), Welbeck (7), Maupay (5)

Subs used: Jahanbakhsh (6), Connolly (6)

Burnley: Pope (7), Lowton (7), Long (7), Tarkowski (7), Mee (7), Brady (6), Brownhill (6), Westwood (6), McNeil (6), Barnes (6), Wood (5)

Subs used: Vydra (6), Rodriguez (6)

Man of the match: Adam Lallana

What do you make of the running order, are you happy with it? Let us know in the comments below or via our Premier League social media page.

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