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 10:20pm on BBC One.
Presenter Gary Lineker will as always be joined by pundits, this time Danny Murphy and Micah Richards. If you miss the show, you can view it over on the BBC iPlayer or Sunday morning from 7:55am.
1) MAN CITY v BURNLEY
Riyad Mahrez becomes Manchester City’s second African Premier League hat-trick scorer after Yaya Toure in 2014; Burnley fall to fourth successive 5-0 defeat at the Etihad.
Manchester City: Ederson (7), Walker (7), Dias (6), Stones (6), Mendy (7), Gundogan (7), Rodri (6), Mahrez (9), De Bruyne (8), Torres (7), Jesus (6).
Subs: Fernandinho (6), Foden (7), Garcia (6).
Burnley: Peacock-Farrell (6), Lowton (5), Mee (5), Tarkowski (5), Taylor (4), Westwood (4), Benson (6), Rodriguez (6), Barnes (5), McNeil (5), Wood (5).
Subs: Pieters (5), Vydra (n/a).
Man of the match: Riyad Mahrez
2) BRIGHTON v LIVERPOOL
Liverpool drop two points but return to the top of the Premier League for 24 hours at least, one point ahead of Tottenham and three ahead of Chelsea before they face off on Super Sunday. Brighton sit 16th with 10 points from 10 games
Brighton: Ryan (6), Veltman (5), White (6), Dunk 6), Webster (6), Gross (6), Bissouma (6), March (6), Connolly (6), Welbeck (6), Maupay (5)
Subs: Trossard (6), Lallana (NA), Jahanbakhsh (5)
Liverpool: Alisson (6), Neco Williams (5), Fabinho (5), Phillips (6), Robertson (6), Milner (6), Wijnaldum (6), Minamino (5), Jota (7), Salah (6), Firmino (6)
Subs: Henderson (7), Mane (5), Jones (NA)
Man of the match: Diogo Jota
3) EVERTON v LEEDS
Raphinha settles frantic Merseyside contest in Leeds’ favour; Leeds end three-game winless Premier League run but Everton have now lost four of the last five.
Everton: Pickford (8), Godfrey (7), Holgate (6), Keane (6), Allan (6), Davies (5), Doucoure (5), Iwobi (5), James (6), Richarlison (6), Calvert-Lewin (5).
Subs: Delph (6), Gomes (5), Bernard (n/a).
Leeds: Meslier (8), Ayling (7), Koch (6), Cooper (6), Dallas (7), Phillips (8), Alioski (6), Raphinha (8), Klich (6), Harrison (7), Bamford (7).
Subs: Poveda (n/a), Costa (n/a), Rodrigo (n/a).
Man of the Match: Kalvin Phillips
4) WEST BROM v SHEFFIELD UTD
Sheffield United will be kicking themselves and wondering how they have left The Hawthorns with nothing on night when they should have had three points.
The only positive – and it’s a very small positive – is that they created enough chances to win a couple of games, offering a glimmer of hope their Premier League survival hopes may yet have life in them.
5) CRYSTAL PALACE v NEWCASTLE
Callum Wilson and Joelinton score twice in final two minutes to end Newcastle’s two-game losing streak; Joelinton ends 16-game wait for goal and assist as Newcastle leapfrog Palace into 10th
Crystal Palace: Guaita (6), Clyne (5), Dann (5), Cahill (6), Van Aanholt (5), Townsend (5), Kouyate (5), McArthur (6), Schlupp (6), Eze (6), Ayew (6).
Subs: Riedewald (6), Batshuayi (5), Benteke (6).
Newcastle: Darlow (8), Manquillo (6), Fernandez (8), Clark (6), Lewis (6), Shelvey (7), S Longstaff (7), Hendrick (6), Almiron (5), Joelinton (8), Wilson (8).
Subs: Ritchie (6), Schar (n/a).
Man of the Match: Joelinton.
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Fans reacted as the Match of the Day running order were revealed, see what they had to say on Twitter…
All VAR calls today were correct. pic.twitter.com/wyQC0F8YrI
— Oakley Doakley (@Gazoaks) November 28, 2020
The pool fans acting like they the only team to have a bad VAR decision go against them is hilarious!! EVERY team in the prem has had decisions go both for and against them…cry me a river ffs!! Always the victims!! Guaranteed to be more controversy tomorrow. Moving on 🙄
— Chasey (@chasey82) November 28, 2020
Looking forward to hearing another 7.5 minutes discussion about VAR. The thing that was supposed to clear up all the problems etc. Great. Can’t wait.
— Robert Wornum (@RobertWornum) November 28, 2020
Any chance of a discussion on the Brighton penalty that includes the lack of control Welbeck had of the ball and the chances of him scoring had Robertson not made contact?? Anywhere else on the pitch that’s not been given as a foul as he’s already lost possession of the ball
— dale kirkwood (@dalekirky) November 28, 2020