Another sports-filled weekend is nearly upon us, with the Premier League back in full swing and the All-Ireland football semifinals taking place.
Check out our chronological TV schedule and call off any plans you may have had!
- Liverpool v Norwich, 8pm - Sky Sports Main Event
- Australia v New Zealand, 11.00am - Sky Sports Action
- Ireland v Italy, 2.00pm - RTE2
- Argentina v South Africa, 8.40pm - Sky Sports Action
- Shergar Cup, Ascot - 12.30pm, Lingfield - 4.30pm – Sky Sports Racing
- Shergar Cup, Ascot, Haydock, Newmarket - 12.45pm – ITV 4
- Haydock, Newmarket, Redcar, Chelmsford - 1.00pm, Ayr + Kilbeggan - 5.30pm – Racing TV
- West Ham v Man City, 12.30pm - BT Sport
- Crystal Palace v Everton, 3pm - Premier Sports 1
- Tottenham v Aston Villa, 5.30pm - Sky Sports Main Event
- All-Ireland Semifinal, Dublin v Mayo, 5pm – RTE2 + Sky Sports Arena
- PGA Tour, Northern Trust, 6pm - Sky Sports Golf
- Windsor, Deauville, 12.45pm – Sky Sports Racing
- Leicester, Downpatrick, Tipperary, 2.00pm - Racing TV
- Newcastle v Arsenal, 2.00pm - Sky Sports Main Event
- Man United v Chelsea, 4.30pm - Sky Sports Main Event
- England v Wales, 2.00pm - Sky Sports Action
- All-Ireland Semifinal, Kerry v Tyrone, 3.30pm – RTE2 + Sky Sports Arena
- PGA Tour, Northern Trust, 5pm - Sky Sports Golf
Keep up to date with all of the latest news across the weekend on offtheball.com.
Off The Ball is once again the only place to catch live and exclusive national radio commentary of the Premier League every Sunday. We’ll have 2 live games every week with analysis from Brian Kerr, Kevin Kilbane, Gary Breen, Jon Walters and Pat Nevin. Tune in this Sunday from 1pm for Newcastle v Arsenal with Pat Nevin and Stephen Doyle, then it’s Old Trafford for Manchester United v Chelsea with Kevin Kilbane and Nathan Murphy