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 Liverpool v Stoke and Manchester United v Arsenal.
Live football on Sky Sports Premier League
Liverpool v Stoke City
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Saturday 11.30am
The weekend kicks off with Liverpool hosting Stoke City at Anfield, with the Potters needing something to guarantee they won't end the weekend facing the prospect of Championship football next season.
If they lose and Swansea City manage an unlikely win over Chelsea later in the day, Stoke would be relying on West Ham, Crystal Palace and Huddersfield failing to pick up another point this season.
West Ham v Man City
Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday 1.30pm, and Sky Sports Main Event, 2.15pm
Manchester City will enjoy another guard of honour at the London Stadium when they visit West Ham in Sunday's lunch-time kick-off.
Pep Guardiola's side need at least a draw to keep their dream of becoming the first top-flight side to breach the 100-point mark alive.
West Ham are six points above the drop with four games to play, but can all but secure survival with a win.
Manchester United v Arsenal
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 4.15pm
Arsene Wenger's final trip to Old Trafford - as Arsenal manager, at least - could play a big part in whether Jose Mourinho's side finish second in the Premier League.
Arsenal have worries of their own, with Burnley still in with a chance of leapfrogging them into sixth place, but they could end the weekend guaranteed of a top-six finish if results go their way.
Tottenham v Watford
Monday Night Football on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Monday 7pm
Tottenham have big aims of bouncing back from their FA Cup semi-final heartbreak against Manchester United last weekend, with another game at Wembley against Watford.
Fourth place is still not mathematically assured for Mauricio Pochettino's side, who could still leapfrog Liverpool into third.
Watford's 38-point haul should be enough to see them safe - but they are yet to win a game, or score a goal, on the road since Javi Gracia took over in January.
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 - joined by former Aston Villa favourite John Carew and boxer David Haye, while the DMA's will also be performing.
Tubes sits down with Manchester City's Kyle Walker to discuss his first season at the club, and the Villa theme continues as Jimmy Bullard takes on Robert Snodgrass and Conor Hourihane 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.
Matt Le Tissier will be covering Everton's trip to Huddersfield, Paul Merson will be watching Southampton attempt to keep their survival hopes in check against Bournemouth, Phil Thompson will be keeping an eye on Newcastle against West Brom and Charlie Nicholas will be overseeing Burnley v Brighton.
Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, Sunday 9.30am
Joining Neil Ashton on this week's show are Andy Dunn (chief sports writer, The Mirror), Alyson Rudd (sports writer, The Times) and Matt Law (football news correspondent, Daily Telegraph).
The panel of journalists will analyse Saturday's Premier League action and get stuck into the big topics.
Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday 11am
Join Kammy and Ben Shepherd on the sofa as they run through the action from Saturday's games in the company of Burnley duo Ashley Barnes and Nick Pope.