With Premier League football returns to audience screens this weekend after a while impressive midweek Champions League games, many will wonder match of the day will return in a similar way.

Last weekend news mainly BBCdecision Un-highlight Gary Lineker After Premier League matches comments he made in a tweet on the government’s new immigration policy.

The BBC’s highest-paid presenter at £1.35m a year, Lineker has been presenting his program and other presenting duties for events such as the World Cup and FA Cup since 1999. His withdrawal was met with widespread support from within the industry and the BBC itself, with co-hosts Ian Wright and Alan Shearer among employees who in solidarity refused to participate in their regular jobs.

On Monday, the BBC reinstated the former England national teamThe BBC’s managing director, Tim Davie, apologizes for “a difficult time for staff, contributors, presenters and our viewers”. It also announced an independent review of the company’s social media guidelines.

With his return to duty ahead of this weekend’s football, many fans will be wondering if they’ll ever see the old Leicester man on Saturday night’s screens after last week’s show was widely criticized for showing simple highlights without comment or analysis – they’ll be disappointed Lineker is replaced anyway. Mark Chapman for the weekend show.

Lineker instead offers duties for the FA Cup draw with Burnley at Manchester City’s home on Saturday evening.

Premier League champions welcome Vincent Kompany at Etihad, the match will be broadcast live on BBC 1 at 17:25 GMT. Lineker will be joined by Micah Richards and Alan Shearer in the studio.

However, the Premier League will restart after an international hiatus with Man City hosting Liverpool at 12:30 on April 1, and expect to see Lineker in the Match of the Day seat soon.

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