With the Premier League making its long-awaited return this evening, here are the details of where you can watch it.
That is unless you prefer the dulcet tones of both Nathan Murphy and Brian Kerr, who will be commentating on Manchester City v Arsenal from 7:30 on OTBSports.com and the OTB Sports app.
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Aston Villa v Sheffield United: the Premier League returns
Aston Villa v Sheffield United is the match to kick things off with, and is on at 6pm on Sky Sports.
The match is one of the few games in hand, before the next full round of Premier League matches resumes over Friday, Saturday and Sunday coming.
Sheffield United are still very much in the hunt for a Champions League place, particularly with Manchester City's looming European ban.
Villa will be looking to retain their Premier League status and keep hold of the likes of Jack Grealish.
Manchester City v Arsenal
The last of Wednesday's matches is live from the Etihad Stadium on Off The Ball, and also on Sky Sports.
Kick-off is at 8:15pm.
Mikel Arteta returns to Manchester City for the first time since leaving the role as Pep Guardiola's assistant manager.
Arsenal are currently in ninth place, and time will tell whether the coronavirus-induced break will have benefited the Gunners on the training pitch.
City, meanwhile, will be looking to finish the season as strong as possible, as the title is all but out of sight.
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