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 Spurs v Man City, Man Utd v West Brom and Southampton v Chelsea.
Live football on Sky Sports Premier League
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Saturday 12pm
The weekend kicks off as fallen champions Chelsea look to win for the first time in three games as they travel to Southampton, who are desperate for a victory themselves to move closer to safety. The Saints are three points adrift inside the bottom three, and also face the Blues next weekend in the FA Cup semi-finals. For Antonio Conte, it's about keeping sixth-placed Arsenal at bay with only three points separating the two.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Saturday 7.30pm
A fourth straight defeat looms for Manchester City at Spurs, on the back of Tuesday night's Champions League exit against Liverpool. That is unless they can leave north London with victory for the first time in three attempts, and hope West Brom can snatch a victory at Old Trafford on Sunday to hand them the Premier League title. Tottenham are still in with a sniff of second spot, and are four points off Manchester United with six games to play.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 1pm
Sunday gets underway with a big clash in the North East, where a fourth-straight victory for Newcastle would lift the Magpies over the magic 40-point mark and leave them all but safe. Arsenal's league campaign is realistically over in terms of Champions League qualification, but they can ramp up the pressure on Chelsea and, depending on the Blues' result, even overtake them with a victory.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Sunday 4pm
Depending on how Manchester City get on the previous day, United may need to avoid defeat in order to stop their rivals winning the Premier League. There's also the race to second to keep on top of, with United currently leading challengers Liverpool and Spurs by four points. For West Brom, with relegation a near certainty, regaining some pride under interim manager Darren Moore would be a welcome relief.
Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, Monday 7pm
Stoke's Premier League survival on the back of four defeats in a row is looking more and more tenuous, with Paul Lambert's side inside the relegation zone by four points. Victory is imperative for Lambert's men, who have played better than their results at times but have had nothing to show for it. West Ham have hit form at a good time, beating Southampton 3-0 in their last game at the London Stadium, and earning a late draw at Chelsea last weekend.
Our football shows
Sky Sports PL, Sky Sports Football, Sky One, 10am
Matchroom Boxing boss Barry Hearn is in the studio, along with ex-England forward Rickie Lambert and Cabbage, who will be performing as well as joining the gang for another fun-packed show.
Tubes sits down with West Ham midfielder Marko Arnautovic for another edition of Teammates 2.0, You Know The Drill takes on a retro turn with Graeme Le Saux, Dennis Wise and Gianfranco Zola taking on Jimmy Bullard, while Brighton's fans drop into the studio and there's all your favourites in there too.
Sky Sports News, Saturday 12pm, Sky Sports Football, 2pm, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, 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.
Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, Sunday 9.30am
Joining Neil Ashton on this week's show are Shaun Custis (head of sport, Sun), Matt Dickinson (chief sports writer, Times) and Jonathan Liew (chief sports writer, Independent).
The trio will review the major headlines in the national newspapers and discuss all the big football talking points.
Sky Sports Premier League, Sunday 11am
Chris Kamara and Ben Shephard are joined by Australia and Millwall midfielder Tim Cahill to look over the weekend's matches and review all the major talking points.
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