After the international break, and some teams not playing for nearly a month, the Premier League returns in a big way.

Derby matches and intercity clashes highlight a full 10-game slate of fixtures at the weekend. Here are the biggest games.

What better way to start the weekend than the North London Debry between Arsenal and Tottenham. Both teams started this young campaign on good form, and that boils into a fixture including two of the top three teams in the EPL table. After seven games, Arsenal has just one blemish, good enough for 18 points. Tottenham is tied with Manchester City for second place, just one point behind the Gunners.

On the topic of Manchester City, they host cross-town rivals Manchester United on Sunday morning. While Manchester City seems to be humming along as everyone expected, Manchester United’s resurgence after early seasons struggles is admirable. Four wins on the bounce is the best current stretch of games in the Premier League. However, Manchester City on the road is the most challenging team in that run of games, even if United did face Arsenal and Liverpool.

Liverpool’s loss to Manchester United is the only loss suffered by the Reds. However, Jürgen Klopp’s side does also have three draws, putting the Anfield club in eighth, nine points back of league leaders Arsenal. A win against a Brighton side currently occupying fourth in the table would go a long way this weekend. If Liverpool has title ambitions, the climb is already steep just seven games in.

NBC coverage

NBC’s coverage is back to its usual time slots after the international break and a wonky weekend in matchday seven, as six teams did not play. Rebecca Lowe is joined by Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe on both Saturday and Sunday. For Monday’s pre- and post-game coverage of Leicester City against Nottingham Forest, Paul Burmeister fills in, with Danny Higginbotham joining Mustoe as analysts.

Goal Rush is available during the 10 a.m. kickoff window on Saturday. The whip-around style show follows one game, but provides live highlights to goals, major fouls or big moments in the other games in that time slot.

There are also Premier League games available in 4K. This weekend, there is just one, which is the North London Derby on Saturday morning. Be sure to check if you have the correct hardware and subscriptions available to watch the Premier League in 4K.

EPL Commentators on NBC: Oct. 1 to 3

All of the following are U.S. Eastern Time.

Saturday, Oct. 1

7:30 a.m. — Arsenal vs. Tottenham. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueDirecTV StreamHulu + Live TV. — IN 4K. — Peter Drury, Lee Dixon and Graeme Le Saux.

10 a.m. — Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueDirecTV StreamHulu + Live TV. — Phil Blacker and Daniel Gabbidon.

10 a.m. — Bournemouth vs. Brentford. Peacock Premium — Gary Taphouse and Dave Edwards.

10 a.m. — Fulham vs. Newcastle. Peacock Premium — Rob Palmer and Tony Gale.

10 a.m. — Liverpool vs. Brighton and Hove Albion. Peacock Premium — Pien Meulensteen and Andy Walker.

10 a.m. — Southampton vs. Everton. Peacock Premium — Jonathan Beck and Garry Birtles.

12:30 p.m. — West Ham vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueDirecTV StreamHulu + Live TV. — Daniel Mann and Matt Holland.

Sunday, Oct. 2

9 a.m. — Manchester City vs. Manchester United. Peacock Premium — Peter Drury and Graeme Le Saux.

11:30 a.m. — Leeds United vs. Aston Villa. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueDirecTV StreamHulu + Live TV. — Jim Proudfoot and Michael Bridges.

Monday, Oct. 3

3 p.m. — Leicester City vs. Nottingham Forest. USA Network, Universo, fubo TVSling BlueDirecTV StreamHulu + Live TV. — Martin Tyler and Jim Beglin.