Premier League: Live score, team news and updates as Manchester United look to continue good run of form plus updates from Oliver Glasner’s first game in charge of Crystal Palace and the rest of Saturday’s fixtures

Four days is too long not to have Premier League football going on, so I’m glad it’s back.

We have another cracker of a day for you in store, with four 3pm kick-offs before Bournemouth v Manchester City at 5.30pm and an unusual 8pm match kick-off as Arsenal face off with Newcastle.

It does feel weird not having an early kick-off this week, I don’t really know what to do with myself, but I’m sure the rest of the day will be jam-packed full of great footie.

For starters, it will be interesting to see how Manchester United cope today without their goal machine Rasmus Hojlund, who misses their game with Fulham through injury.

I’m also excited to see how Crystal Palace get on in their first game under new manager Oliver Glasner – I bet it is going to be rocking.

With no 12.30pm kick-off, I have been excited for these matches all day.

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