Liverpool celebrate vs West Ham

Match of the Day running order: Gary Lineker reveals Liverpool & Brighton positions

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.

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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.

Jack Butland mistake

Jack Butland of Stoke City scores an own goal during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Stoke City at The King Power Stadium on February 24, 2018 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

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.

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