Rivalry Weekend live on Sky Sports featuring Manchester United v Liverpool and Rangers v Celtic
Last Updated: 09/03/18 8:31pm
Rivalry Weekend is coming to Sky Sports featuring some of the UK's biggest footballing rivalries including Manchester United v Liverpool and Rangers v Celtic.
It's set to be a bumper weekend of action with some huge games across Sky Sports' channels. Here's what's to come...
Man Utd v Liverpool (Saturday on Sky Sports Premier League from 11.30am)
Arguably one of the biggest rivalries in the Premier League, Man Utd host Liverpool live on Sky Sports Premier League in Saturday's lunchtime kick-off.
The last three league matches between these two great English sides have finished in a draw, but with second place still very much up for grabs and the duo just one point apart, there will be an added edge this time around.
Aston Villa v Wolves (Saturday on Sky Sports Football from 5.15pm)
Not only is it a derby, but Wolves' trip to Aston Villa represents a mouthwatering top-of-the-table clash from the Sky Bet Championship with the action live on Sky Sports Football.
Wolves are 10 points ahead of their rivals in first place, but Aston Villa sit third spot, albeit being tracked closely by Fulham and Derby. With a place back in the Premier League edging ever closer, it will certainly give an added dimension to the clash.
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Rangers v Celtic (Sunday on Sky Sports Football from 11.30am)
A derby that needs little introduction, there are few games that produce more passion than a Rangers-Celtic clash. You can watch the latest edition live on Sky Sports Football.
The Glasgow rivals have met twice this season with Celtic winning 2-0 on their last visit to Ibrox, but they were held to a goalless draw by their rivals in December's clash at Celtic Park.
A win for Rangers on Sunday would put them within three points of Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.
Nottingham Forest v Derby (Sunday on Sky Sports Football from 2.15pm)
The two Midlands clubs go head-to-head live on Sky Sports Football this weekend, competing for the Brian Clough Trophy, named after the manager who took charge of both sides.
The awarding of the trophy is now in its 11th year, with Derby winning it 15 times - they are the current holders - to Nottingham Forest's six.
But the two sides are in contrasting runs of form, with Gary Rowett's Rams winless in their last five Sky Bet Championship matches while Aitor Karanka's Forest are unbeaten in their last four.