After a week of European action, the Premier League returns this weekend and there are plenty of matches being broadcast live on TV for fans in the UK.
The biggest game of the weekend comes on Sunday with Manchester United travelling to Arsenal.
Chelsea and Liverpool are also in action on Sunday as the race for the Premier League title hots up.
Manchester City can put a four point gap between themselves and Liverpool on Saturday evening when they host Watford, live on BT Sport.
The weekend’s action gets underway Saturday lunchtime with a derby between Crystal Palace and Brighton.
And Brighton boss Chris Hughton knows his team need to keep their cool in that clash at Selhurst Park.
“If I look at the games between the two of us, certainly the games I have been involved in, they are normally full-blooded games,” Hughton said.
“I think Shane’s sending off [Shane Duffy was sent off at the Amex earlier this season for a headbutt] was something that was out of character for him so they haven’t been over-aggressive games.
“They have been full-bodied, competitive derby games.
“I think it’s probably because of the atmosphere that we’ve got to make sure we go into the game in a controlled way, not get carried away, don’t lose our discipline.
“But I think that’s the way we will have to play anyway.
“They are a good side, a very good side in a very good atmosphere and we’ve got to show that element of control.”
Premier League TV schedule
Crystal Palace vs Brighton – Sky Sports Premier League – 12.30pm kick off
Man City vs Watford – BT Sport 1 – 5.30pm kick off
Not on TV – all 3pm
Cardiff vs West Ham
Huddersfield vs Bournemouth
Leicester vs Fulham
Newcastle vs Everton
Southampton vs Tottenham
Liverpool vs Burnley – BT Sport 1 – 12pm kick off
Chelsea vs Wolves – Sky Sports Premier League – 2.05pm kick off
Arsenal vs Man Utd – Sky Sports Premier League – 4.30pm kick off