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Barclays Premier League football returns to BT Sport this weekend, with one of the most eagerly-awaited fixtures in the top-flight calendar.

The Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool - the game which divides families across the region - kicks off at 12:45pm on Saturday November 23rd, live on BT Sport 1.

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Brendan Rodgers takes his Liverpool to Goodison Park knowing that a win will take them top of the table - at least until league leaders Arsenal face Southampton at 3pm.

The Reds travel to their near-neighbours on the back of a resounding 4-0 win against Fulham, with hot-shot Luis Suarez notching twice for the Anfield side.

Everton's first aim for Saturday's game will be to get on the score sheet, following consecutive 0-0 stalemates against Spurs and Crystal Palace.

However, Roberto Martinez will still be pleased with The Toffees' start to the season - Everton currently lie fifth in the table with 20 points from 11 games.

They sit one place above David Moyes' Manchester United side on goal difference, and only three behind their Merseyside rivals Liverpool.

BT Sport viewers can look forward to plenty of other games over the weekend, with a host of top European sides in action.

The first port of call is VFB Stuttgart v Borussia Monchengladbach on Friday evening (November 22nd), with this Bundesliga encounter kicking off at 7:30pm live on BT Sport 2.

But without doubt, the big game from Germany's top flight comes at 5:30pm on Saturday, when the heavyweights Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich lock horns live on BT Sport 1.

More than 80,000 fans will cram into the Westfalenstadion in this re-run of May's UEFA Champions League final, which saw Bayern triumph 2-1 at Wembley.

Werder Bremen v FSV Mainz 05, which kicks off at 4:30pm on Sunday November 24th, completes BT Sport's Bundesliga treble this weekend.

If the hustle and bustle of German football isn’t to your liking, BT Sport also has three games from the slightly more sedate Serie A also airing.

AC Milan v Genoa (Saturday 7:45pm) is followed by a Sunday double-header of Livorno v Juventus (2pm) and Bologna v Inter Milan (7:45pm).

There are also three games to look forward to from France's Ligue 1 - Rennes v Bordeaux (Saturday 7pm), Nice v St Etienne (Sunday 4pm) and Nantes v Monaco (Sunday 8pm).

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