Watford and Tottenham got the weekend's action underway with an early kick-off at Vicarage Road before no fewer than six games at 3pm.
Arsenal hosted Sheffield United; Aston Villa took a trip to the south coast to face Brighton; Crystal Palace went in search of another win at Manchester City; Bournemouth looked to stop the rot at Norwich City; Wolves travelled to Southampton; Everton were at West Ham, and the late game saw Chelsea taking the long road to Newcastle United.
We won't spoil any of the results for you, so here's how MOTD looks tonight...
Match of the Day running order
|1||Southampton vs Wolves|
|2||Norwich vs Bournemouth|
|3||Manchester City vs Crystal Palace|
|4||Newcastle vs Chelsea|
|5||Arsenal vs Sheffield United|
|6||West Ham vs Everton|
|7||Brighton vs Aston Villa|
|8||Watford vs Tottenham|
Presenters and pundits
Gary Lineker will present tonight's show along with analysis from pundits Alan Shearer and Ian Wright.
How to watch Match of the Day tonight
TV highlights will be shown live on BBC One at 10:30pm GMT tonight, and again at 7:30am on Sunday morning.
Viewers with a TV licence can live stream Match of the Day online via the BBC iPlayer from 10.30pm GMT tonight.
When is Match of the Day 2 on?
Sunday's fixtures - Burnley vs Leicester City and Liverpool vs Manchester United - will be shown on MOTD2 on BBC One at 10:30pm GMT tomorrow, along with all the weekend's top-flight goals and action.
Mark Chapman will present MOTD2, with analysis from pundits Jermaine Jenas and Peter Crouch.