Live Premier League / Sky Bet Football TV schedule for Easter weekend 2018

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Sky Sports Premier League

A total of eleven Premier League and Football League fixtures will be shown live on TV this Easter weekend.

A full round of Football League fixtures will take place on Good Friday and Easter Monday, while the Premier League games are scheduled for their usual time slots.

Friday 30th March

Oxford United v Scunthorpe United
League One – 12.45pm – Sky Sports Football

Middlesbrough v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sky Bet Championship – 5.30pm – Sky Sports Football

Derby County v Sunderland
Sky Bet Championship – 7.45pm – Sky Sports Football

Saturday 31st March

Crystal Palace v Liverpool
Premier League – 12.30pm – Sky Sports Premier League

Everton – Manchester City
Premier League – 5.30pm – BT Sport 1

Hull City v Aston Villa
Sky Bet Championship – 5.30pm – Sky Sports Football

Sunday 1st April

Arsenal v Stoke City
Premier League – 1.30pm – Sky Sports Premier League

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League – 4.00pm – Sky Sports Premier League

Monday 2nd April

Preston North End v Derby County
Sky Bet Championship – 12.45pm – Sky Sports Football

Portsmouth v Wigan Athletic
Sky Bet Championship – 5.30pm – Sky Sports Football

Sheffield United v Cardiff City
Sky Bet Championship – 7.45pm – Sky Sports Football

Posted on Thursday 29 March 2018
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