Wonderful weekend of sport on Sky
Last Updated: 04/03/17 3:54pm
From first-class football to a big boxing showdown, there's a jam-packed bill of great sport coming up on Sky Sports this weekend...
Andy Murray in the final, Dubai Tennis Championships, Sky Sports 4 HD & Sky Sports Mix from 3pm Saturday
Murray has reached the final of this ATP Tour 500 tournament and comes up against Fernando Verdasco of Spain on Saturday.
Tshwane Open continues, European Tour, Sky Sports 4 HD, from 10am Saturday
After South African Darren Fichardt came out on top in the weather-affected Joburg Open last week, the European Tour has shifted to Pretoria, for the Tshwane Open. Charl Schwartzel took the crown in 2016.
Man Utd v Bournemouth, Premier League, Sky Sports 1 HD & Sky Sports Mix, 11.30am Saturday
The newly-crowned EFL Cup champions return to Premier League action on Saturday, with an Old Trafford clash against Eddie Howe's struggling Bournemouth. The Cherries are without a win in 2017 and have lost their last six of their last seven in the top flight.
Huddersfield v Newcastle, Sky Bet Championship, Sky Sports 1 HD, 5.15pm Saturday
Newcastle are in the midst of a tough run of fixtures, set to test their title-winning credentials. Their tricky schedule continues away to Huddersfield on Saturday, although the home side won't have manager David Wagner on the touchline, due to his two-game ban for clashing with Leeds boss Garry Monk.
Barcelona v Celta Vigo, La Liga, Sky Sports 5 HD, 7.30pm Saturday
If Barcelona's home game with Celta Vigo is anything like the reverse fixture, it will be must-watch TV. Celta won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 in October, after racing into a 3-0 first-half lead.
Haye vs Bellew, heavyweight boxing, Sky Sports Box Office HD, 7pm Saturday
After all the build-up, the talking will stop on Saturday night when David Haye and Tony Bellew meet in the ring at the O2. The hotly-anticipated heavyweight contest has plenty of spice to it - and could propel the winner to within reach of a world title shot.
Tottenham v Everton, Premier League, Sky Sports 1 HD, 12.30pm Sunday
Some of the Premier League's top young talent will be on show when Tottenham host Everton on Super Sunday, while the goal-scoring form of Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku should provide plenty of excitement. The opposing strikers have netted a combined 11 goals in their past three outings.
Sunderland v Man City, Premier League, Sky Sports 1 HD, 3.30pm Sunday
This may look on paper like a relatively straightforward fixture for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, but they needed a late, late Paddy McNair own goal to see off Sunderland on the opening day of the season. However, despite beating Crystal Palace 4-0 at the start of February, the Black Cats are on a wretched run of form, with their Premier League status once again under threat.