Who's on Sky Sports this weekend?
Last Updated: 06/05/18 11:20am
Find out who is on Sky Sports this weekend with plenty of live football, including West Brom v Liverpool and Arsenal v West Ham.
Live football on Sky Sports Premier League
West Brom v Liverpool
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Saturday 11.30am
The weekend kicks off with Liverpool's lunchtime trip to West Bromwich Albion, with the Baggies needing victory to keep their hopes of a miraculous great escape alive following victory at Manchester United last weekend.
If they lose, anything for Swansea City at Manchester City on Sunday will relegate the Baggies, while Liverpool have hopes of a second-place finish, only their second since 2009, to aim for.
Arsenal v West Ham
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 1pm
Arsenal's defeat at Newcastle last weekend has left them looking over their shoulders even to finish sixth, now, with Burnley breathing down the Gunners' necks. Luckily for them, they are in fine form at home and have won five of their last six league games at the Emirates.
West Ham rescued a late point at home to Stoke City on Monday night which might have been enough to secure their Premier League survival,
Manchester City v Swansea
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 4pm
Manchester City will receive their first guard of honour when Swansea visit the Etihad on Sunday, on the back of securing the Premier League crown without playing last weekend. They still have records in their sights, though, and can be the first team in Premier League history to break the 100-point barrier by the end of the campaign.
Swansea are still looking over their shoulders despite an upturn in fortune under Carlos Carvalhal, and the gap to the bottom three could be cut to two points by the time they make the trip north.
Everton v Newcastle
Monday Night Football on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Monday 7pm
Everton still have hopes of a top-eight finish in their sights, but are three games without a win and a point behind Leicester City, having played a game more.
Can anyone stop Newcastle? Having beaten Arsenal last weekend, they have now picked up four wins in succession and will leapfrog Everton if they can win at Goodison Park.
Our football shows
Sky Sports PL, Sky Sports Football, Sky One, 10am
Fenners, Lloyd and Jimmy return to welcome you into the weekend with another morning of fun from the Sky Sports Studios.
Tubes sits down with Manchester United's Jesse Lingard to discuss his team-mates, Paul Pogba's hair and his brand of celebrations and Southend United are this week's entrants in You Know The Drill.
Sky Sports News, Saturday 12pm, Sky Sports Football, 2.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League, 3.15pm
Jeff Stelling and co return with Soccer Saturday as they reflect on the big talking points from the week and look ahead to the upcoming action.
On a huge day of EFL action Matt Le Tissier will be covering Sheffield United's trip to Burton, Paul Merson watching the relegation six-pointer between Sunderland and Burton, Phil Thompson keeping an eye on Middlesbrough's trip to fellow promotion-hopefuls Derby and Charlie Nicholas overseeing the only Premier League 3pm game, as Watford host Crystal Palace.
Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, Sunday 10.30am
Joining Neil Ashton on this week's show are Martin Samuel (chief sports writer, Daily Mail), Jason Burt (chief football correspondent, Telegraph) and Rory Smith (chief soccer correspondent, New York Times).
The panel of journalists will analyse Saturday's Premier League action and get stuck into the big topics.
Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday midday
Join Kammy and Ben Shepherd on the sofa as they run through the action from Saturday's games.
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