Five games from the Premier League will be broadcast live on TV this weekend (8-10 April), including the London derby between Crystal Palace and Arsenal on Monday night.
The action gets underway on Saturday afternoon as Tottenham Hotspur host Watford in the first
London derby of the weekend.
Spurs may have too much ground to make up on leaders Chelsea, but the race for places in the top four intensifies by the week, with the hosts expected to claim three valuable points here against an inconsistent Hornets outfit.
Coverage begins at 11.30am on Sky Sports 1. Kick-off 12.30pm.
BT Sport will broadcast the second contest on Saturday evening, as the league leaders Chelsea travel to Bournemouth.
The Blues have won six of their eight league and cup games against Bournemouth.
The Cherries’ only previous home win in this fixture came in Division Two on 3 September 1988.
Coverage starts at 5.00pm on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K. Kick-off 5.30pm
Sky Sports’ Super Sunday gets underway at 12.30pm when Manchester United travel to Sunderland. kick-off 1.30pm. This is followed by Everton v Leicester City at Goodison Park. Kick-off 4.00pm.
The final match of the weekend comes from Selhurst Park on Monday evening as Crystal Palace host their London rivals, Arsenal.
Palace are well and truly involved in the battle to avoid relegation, but will fancy their chances of causing an upset against the Gunners, who have endured a poor recent run in the league and Europe, putting their chances of finishing in the top four in jeopardy.
Coverage begins at 7.00pm on Sky Sports 1, where David Jones and Jamie Carragher will be joined by former Chelsea and Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri. Kick-off 8.00pm
Ranieri has kept a low profile since leaving the Foxes in February, nine months after leading them to the Premier League title. But he is set to speak in detail about his departure on the MNF, as well as discussing their fairytale title triumph and stories from his incredible spell in charge at the King Power Stadium.
BBC One’s Match of the Day will air at 10.30pm on Saturday night and be repeated on the same channel at 7.30am on Sunday morning. MOTD2 will be broadcast at 10.30pm, BBC One on Sunday evening.
Saturday 8 April
Tottenham Hotspur v Watford
11.30am – Sky Sports 1 – ko 12.30pm
Bournemouth v Chelsea
5.00pm – BT Sport 1 – ko 5.30pm
Sunday 9 April
Sunderland v Manchester United
12.30pm – Sky Sports 1 – ko 1.30pm
Everton v Leicester City
3.30pm – Sky Sports 1 – ko 3.30pm
Monday 10 April
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
7.00pm – Sky Sports 1 – ko 8.00pm