Who's on Sky Sports this weekend?
Last Updated: 04/05/18 9:50pm
Find out who is on Sky Sports this weekend with plenty of live football, including Man City v Huddersfield and Chelsea v Liverpool.
Live football on Sky Sports Premier League
Stoke v Crystal Palace
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Saturday 11.30am
A huge encounter for relegation-threatened Stoke, who entertain Crystal Palace at the bet365 Stadium knowing that anything other than the three points will all but see them drop into the Championship.
So make sure you tune in for what is sure to be a tense and nail-biting affair in the Potteries.
Manchester City v Huddersfield
Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday 12.30pm and Sky Sports Main Event, 2.30pm
Pep Guardiola's newly crowned Premier League champions will be handed the trophy after they take on an out-of-form Huddersfield this weekend.
However, the visitors will be hoping they can cause a surprise and get something from the match in their effort to maintain their top-flight safety.
Chelsea v Liverpool
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 4.15pm
The weekend's action draws to a close with a huge contest at Stamford Bridge with fifth-in-the-table Chelsea hosting third-placed Liverpool as the race for next season's Champions League really hots up.
The two clubs are currently separated by six points, although the Blues do have a game in hand on their rivals, making this a must-win fixture for Antonio Conte's team if they want to finish in the top four of the Premier League at the end of the season.
Our football shows
Sky Sports PL, Sky Sports Football, Sky One, 10am
Joining Fenners, Jimmy and Lloyd on the sofa this week are Plan B, star of new Sky show Bulletproof Ashley Walters and Lethal Bizzle, fresh from filming his new Sky show Carnage.
Jimmy also takes on Norwich's best ballers in You Know The Drill and there's all the favourites to get your weekend started with a morning of laughs.
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.
As usual Matt Le Tissier, Paul Merson, Phil Thompson and Charlie Nicholas will all be in the studio to give their expert opinions as Bournemouth host Swansea, Leicester take on West Ham, Watford face Newcastle and West Brom entertain Spurs.
Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, Sunday 9.30am
Joining Neil Ashton on this week's show are Steve Bates (chief football writer, Sunday People), Darren Lewis (football writer, the Mirror) and Jonathan Northcroft (football correspondent, Sunday Times)
The panel of journalists will analyse Saturday's Premier League action and get stuck into the big topics.