Three Premier League games will be broadcast on live TV this weekend including Liverpool’s visit to Leicester City on the Monday Night Football.
But it’s the London derby between Watford and West Ham United which kicks-off the weekend’s television action – live on BT Sport – on Saturday evening.
Walter Mazzarri’s Hornets were 4-2 winners when the sides met earlier in the season at the London Stadium.
Coverage begins at 5.00pm, Saturday evening on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K UHD. Kick-off 5.30pm.
Sky Sports will broadcast just one Premier League clash on Sunday afternoon as they clear the 4pm slot for the English Football League Cup Final between Manchester United and Southampton.
Tottenham will host Stoke City from 1.30pm on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports Mix, Sky’s free sports channel for all Sky customers.
Spurs have won the last two league meetings against Stoke by a 4-0 scoreline – both were away fixtures.
Coverage starts at 1pm on Sunday afternoon. Kick-off 1.30pm
The final game of the weekend comes from the King Power Stadium, as Liverool look for three points against the struggling champions and manager-less, Leicester City.
The Foxes have endured an agonising season so far, following the ecstasy of their totally unexpected triumph in 2015/16.
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds were fighting for the title early in the campaign, however a dreadful run in the first part of 2017 – which saw them fail to win in January – has virtually ended their challenge.
Coverage starts at 7pm, Monday evening on Sky Sports 1. Kick-off 8.00pm
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