Match of the Day running order!
We may well have a Super Sunday in store tomorrow, but the Premier League produced plenty of excitement on Saturday.
Two teams hit four goals at home: Liverpool and Brighton!
For Liverpool it means they leapfrogged rivals Manchester United into second and are looking good for a top four finish.
Meanwhile, Brighton eased their relegation worries with a 4-1 win over Swansea at the AMEX.
So, who is first on Match of the Day tonight: Liverpool!
Liverpool eased past West Ham thanks to four different scorers: Emre Can, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
For Brighton, it was the Glenn Murray show, with the former Crystal Palace striker notching twice in a big win for Chris Hughton’s side.
There were two other big winners in the Premier League on Saturday.
Wins for Huddersfield & Watford
Huddersfield beat West Brom 2-1, which means Alan Pardew can expect to be sacked and the Baggies look dead certs to go down.
It was a huge victory for David Wagner’s side. And, Huddersfield are third on Match of the Day.
Meanwhile, Watford won the late game of the day thanks to a late Troy Deeney strike against Everton, who continue to be terrible on the road.
Despite the win, Watford find themselves the second last side on Match of the Day.
Bournemouth 2 – Newcastle 2 fourth on Match of the Day
Bournemouth’s fine comeback over Newcastle, they were 2-0 down to a Dwight Gayle brace, makes it to fourth on MOTD.
Leicester 1 – Stoke 1 is fifth on Match of the Day. And, another draw – Burnley 1 – Southampton 1 – is the final game on Match of the Day.
Gary Lineker explains the Match of the Day running order below.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 24, 2018