TalkSPORT's GameDay gives you another Premier League opening day on Saturday before the premier class takes another international break.

The 2019/20 season is taking a good form with the teams who now have 11 games in their campaigns.

Frank Lampard's Chelsea meets at Crystal Palace this weekend

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Frank Lampard's Chelsea meets at Crystal Palace this weekend

This weekend will bring another series of important games, as the teams will break into the free week at a climax.

TalkSPORT will be available for another thrilling day full of thrills and thrills.

Chelsea against Crystal Palace

Reporting starts at 11:00 am at talkSPORT (start 12.30 pm)

The GameDay starts this weekend on Stamford Bridge, while Chelsea entertains the Crystal Palace.

Frank Lampard's Blues have been in great shape in recent weeks celebrating their fifth consecutive win in Watford this weekend

Palace was beaten by Leicester the last time and can not wait to beat the Londoners on Saturday.

Chelsea beat the Eagles at home and away last season and finished second in the Premier League with another win.

Reshmin Chowdhury, Nigel Adderley and Trevor Sinclair will be available for all live coverage from talkSPORT in West London.

Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha will be the key against Chelsea

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Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha will be the key against Chelsea

GameDay Live with Adrian Durham

The coverage starts at 14.30 on talkSPORT

Adrian Durham will be your host when we tour the top division this weekend at 3pm.

Tottenham hosts Sheffield United, Southampton entertain Everton, Bournemouth play in Newcastle and Burnley v West Ham.

Once the full-time whistles have run, Adrian will run our full-time phone-in so you can speak as a fan.

Sam Allardyce defends the Everton record and meets Marco Silva

Southampton against Everton

The coverage starts at 14.30 on talkSPORT 2 (start at 15.00 clock).

In the 2019/20 season we bring you every weekend a live game at 15 clock on talkSPORT 2.

We'll be in Southampton against Everton in St. Marys on Saturday and Russ Williams will show you the whole set-up before handing over Ian Danter and Perry Groves for the action.

The poor form of Southampton, where they last stayed in the relegation zone, was impressed by their 2-1 defeat at Manchester City last weekend.

Everton's bouts have also been well documented in recent weeks, but at the Tottenham draw they showed signs of life.

Both teams desperately need a win, but who will be ahead this weekend?

Jamie Vardy and Leicester will be confident to beat Arsenal

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Jamie Vardy and Leicester will be confident to beat Arsenal

Leicester against Arsenal

The coverage starts at 5:15 pm on talkSPORT (start at 17:30).

The GameDay Special will end at King Power this weekend when a hard-fought Arsenal team competes in Leicester.

Brendan Rodgers & # 39; Foxes has been great this season so far and has turned out to be a real top 4 contestant.

Arsenal, on the other hand, has a season of criticism and negativity behind it.

The Gunners are without victory in three games, and Unai Emery and her ongoing captain saga are fraught with big question marks.

Laura Woods will show you the whole setup from the East Midlands before giving Sam Matterface and Dean Ashton a live and exclusive commentary to put together another GameDay special.

Unai Emery is under pressure at Arsenal

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Unai Emery is under pressure at Arsenal


On Saturday, GameDay is on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2, as we are providing LIVE comments on Premier League games in all three time slots

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