talkSPORT’s new GameDay special got off to a bang last weekend as we welcomed the return of Premier League football.
Here at talkSPORT HQ will be bringing you more live top-flight games than ever before this season with well over 100 games hitting the airwaves over the coming weeks and months.
Last weekend saw the Prem finally burst back into life after a long summer off.
And now we’re ready for more as GameDay returns with THREE live Premier League games on the radio this Saturday.
Arsenal vs Burnley begins our live coverage, while we round off the day with the huge clash between Manchester City and Tottenham.
We’ll also have Norwich vs Newcastle and our Around the Grounds show for MatchDay 2.
Here’s what talkSPORT has got in store for you all…
Arsenal vs Burnley – coverage starts from 11am on talkSPORT (kick-off 12:30pm)
GameDay will kick off this weekend in north London as Arsenal welcome Burnley to the Emirates.
The Gunners got their season off to a good start, claiming a dogged 1-0 win away to Newcastle last weekend.
Burnley, meanwhile, looked highly impressive as they breezed to an opening day 3-0 success over Southampton.
But the Clarets have a woeful record on their travels to Arsenal and Unai Emery is set to unleash £73m summer signing Nicolas Pepe.
Reshmin Chowdhury will bring you all the build-up from the Emirates before handing over to Sam Matterface and Trevor Sinclair for live and exclusive commentary.
The record books points towards a heavy Arsenal win but can Burnley upset the odds and make it two from two this term?
Sunderland vs Portsmouth – 11am on talkSPORT 2 (kick-off 12:30pm)
We’ll be bringing you an extra slice of action this weekend with talkSPORT 2 playing host to this League One encounter.
Promotion hopefuls Sunderland and Portsmouth have had mixed starts to the new term and will both be out for victory the EFL’s early kick-off.
Mark Wilson and Greg Abbott will be on hand at the Stadium of Light for all the action.
GameDay Live with Adrian Durham – 2:30pm on talkSPORT
It’s that time again, get ready of the non-stop action of the 3pm kick-offs.
Adrian Durham will be your host as we go Around the Grounds for all the goals as they go in up and down the country.
European champions Liverpool, fresh from their UEFA Super Cup win over Chelsea, make the trip to Southampton in the headline clash of the afternoon.
Elsewhere, Aston Villa face Bournemouth, in-form Brighton host West Ham, Watford are at Everton and Norwich entertain Newcastle.
Once the full-time whistles go, Adrian will then lead our Full-Time Phone-In so you the fans can have your say on all the action.
Norwich vs Newcastle – 2:30pm on talkSPORT 2 (kick-off 3pm)
In the 2019/20 season, we will be bringing you a live 3pm game every weekend over on talkSPORT 2.
Today we’ll be at Carrow Road to enjoy Norwich vs Newcastle.
Daniel Farke’s Canaries began their season back in the top-flight with a tricky trip to Anfield, losing 4-1 to a rampant Liverpool.
Newcastle, meanwhile, lost at home to Arsenal meaning both sides will be eager to get their campaigns up and running.
Both have plenty of talented players in the ranks this season so it should be an entertaining tie in Norfolk.
Russ Williams, Ian Danter and David Connolly will be at the ground for talkSPORT 2.
Man City vs Tottenham – 5:15pm on talkSPORT (kick-off 5:30pm)
GameDay has saved the best for last this weekend with an absolute belter to wrap up this Saturday.
It’s City vs Spurs, one of the key fixtures of recent years and a huge early-season test for these two title contenders.
They both got off to fine starts last weekend, beating West Ham and Aston Villa respectively.
City were superb at the London Stadium and look in ominous form following a 5-0 rout of the Hammers.
But Spurs also impressed as they came form behind to see off Villa and many are tipping them to challenge City for the title this term.
GameDay’s late kick-off should provide us with a truer view of both side’s credentials with questions aplenty.
Can City sustain their astonishing quality for another season? Will Tottenham finally come good on their promise from recent years? Will Raheem Sterling or Harry Kane have the last laugh at the Etihad?
Laura Woods, Nigel Adderley and Stuart Pearce will be at the home of the champions to find out in our live and exclusive coverage on talkSPORT.
Saturday is GameDay on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 as we become your go to destination for all the Premier League action. We’ll bring you LIVE commentary of Premier League games across all three time slots on Saturday – 12.30pm, 3pm and 5.30pm – delivering award-winning coverage to more GameDay listeners than ever.