The weekend means one thing.
Long trips to IKEA, doing the shopping and endless hours of being forced to watch children’s TV show.
Football, football and more football.
But who’s on TV this weekend.
After all, you want to maximise your football viewing and minimise time spent off couch.
Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Print this off, cherish it and keep it in a safe place for the entire weekend.
12.30- Brighton v Chelsea (Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League)
Alvaro Morata is on his longest run without scoring since August 2016, sparking rumours about moves for Peter Crouch, Andy Carroll and Tore Andre Flo.
He didn’t even manage as shot in his last appearance for Chelsea but a red card against Norwich means he’s out of the firing line against Brighton.
Michy Batshuayi is seemingly unfancied by Antonio Conte so the onus will fall on Eden Hazard for goals.
Can Chelsea beat Brighton
Chelsea have won their five English league games against Brighton
Chris Haugton is winless against Chelsea in his last seven matches
17.30- Man City v Newcastle (BT Sport 1)
Man City’s runaway lead at the top of the table has got the rest of the league hoping for a collapse like the one Kevin Keegan suffered at Newcastle.
City host Newcastle at the Etihad this weekend. See what we’ve done there?
Sergio Aguero averages a goal or assist every 31 minutes against Newcastle at home, meaning he’ll score exactly 2.9032258 goals on Saturday.
16.00- Southampton v Spurs (Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event)
What’s happened at Southampton? The Saints are on their longest run without a win in the Premier League.
The mood on the South Coast won’t be lifted by the fact Mauricio Pochettino is coming to town, with the Spurs boss yet to lose a game at St Mary’s since leaving Southampton.
That’ll be a shock 5-0 win to Southampton then.