Sport Who's on Sky Sports this weekend?

22:13  13 september  2017
22:13  13 september  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

Who's on Sky Sports this weekend?

  Who's on Sky Sports this weekend? Find out who's on Soccer AM, Sunday Supplement and Goals on Sunday, plus the latest on our live football coverage. Live football on Sky Sports Premier LeagueManchester City v LiverpoolSky Sports Premier League, Saturday, 11.30amThe Premier League returns live on Sky Sports this weekend as Manchester City welcome Liverpool. Kolo Toure will join Thierry Henry, Jamie Redknapp and David Jones in the studio having previously played for both clubs. His brother, Yaya, is likely to be included in the Man City squad for the match.Coverage on Sky Sports Premier League starts at 11.30am with kick off at the Etihad at 12.

Live football on Sky Sports Football. World Cup Qualifiers. The weekend ' s action gets underway when mid-table Bradford play host to Bristol Rovers in a mouthwatering League One encounter at Valley Parade.

Who ' s on Sky Sports this weekend ? Find out who ' s on Soccer AM, Sunday Supplement and Goals on Sunday, plus the latest on our live football coverage. Transfer Centre. Live on Sky . Get Sky Sports . TV Shows.

Find out who's on Soccer AM and Sunday Supplement, plus the latest on our live football coverage. Live football on Sky Sports Premier League

Bournemouth v Brighton

Sky Sports Premier League, Main Event and Mix, Friday, 7pm

The weekend's action gets underway on Friday night when newly-promoted Brighton travel to the south coast to take on a Bournemouth side who are still searching for their first points of the season. Jamie Carragher will join Kelly Cates at the Vitality Stadium for what promises to be a fascinating encounter.

Benitez set to miss Swansea trip

  Benitez set to miss Swansea trip Rafa Benitez is a serious doubt for Newcastle United's trip to Swansea on Sunday - live on Sky Sports - following surgery. Benitez had an operation at the weekend to treat an infection from an initial hernia operation two years ago.The Spaniard has attempted to make the trip to Newcastle's training ground from his home in Merseyside three times this week, but has been forced to return home due to a discomfort in his groin.Sky Sports News were told on Thursday Benitez would be back in training in time for the game, but his condition has failed to improve since.

Who ' s on Sky Sports this weekend ? Simon Francis, Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville. Find out who ' s on Sunday Supplement and Goals on Sunday, plus the latest on our live football coverage.

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Crystal Palace v Southampton

Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, Saturday, 11.30am

Roy Hodgson takes charge of bottom-of-the-table Crystal Palace for the first time when they entertain Southampton at Selhurst Park. Former Eagles manager Alan Pardew and Jamie Redknapp will join Simon Thomas in the capital to see if the ex-England boss can inspire his new team to get their first points of the campaign.

Chelsea v Arsenal

Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, Sunday, 12.30pm

Premier League champions Chelsea host rivals Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in a classic encounter to kick off what promises to be an enthralling Super Sunday. Sky Sports pundits Graeme Souness, Jamie Carragher, Thierry Henry and Gary Neville will all be in situ with David Jones to analyse the mouthwatering clash.

Benitez set to miss Swansea trip

  Benitez set to miss Swansea trip Rafa Benitez is a serious doubt for Newcastle United's trip to Swansea on Sunday - live on Sky Sports - following surgery. Benitez had an operation at the weekend to treat an infection from an initial hernia operation two years ago.The Spaniard has attempted to make the trip to Newcastle's training ground from his home in Merseyside three times this week, but has been forced to return home due to a discomfort in his groin.Sky Sports News were told on Thursday Benitez would be back in training in time for the game, but his condition has failed to improve since.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is on Goals on Sunday this weekend . Find out who ' s on Sunday Supplement and Goals on Sunday, plus the latest on our live football coverage. Live football on Sky Sports Premier League.

Who ' s on Sky Sports this weekend ? Find out who ' s on Soccer AM, Sunday Supplement and Goals on Sunday, plus the latest on our live football coverage.

Man Utd v Everton

Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, Sunday, 3.30pm

A fabulous weekend's football comes to an end when Premier League leaders Man Utd host Everton at Old Trafford in an encounter that sees Wayne Rooney make his first return to the 'Theatre of Dreams' after leaving United for Everton in the summer. And the Fab Four of Souness, Carra, Henry and Neville will all be there to cast their eyes over the game.

Our football showsSoccer AM

Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football, 10am

Lloyd meets up with Instagram star 'Modern Day Goalkeeper' Lee Robinson to get some tips and advice on being a 'keeper, while this week's 'Teammates 2.0' is Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier.

Soccer Saturday

Sky Sports News, midday

Jeff Stelling will be joined by regular panellists Paul Merson, Matt Le Tissier, Phil Thompson and Charlie Nicholas for their Saturday afternoon antics.

WATCH: Saves of the weekend

  WATCH: Saves of the weekend David de Gea, Jack Butland, Lukasz Fabianski who made the best save of the weekend in the Premier League? Manchester United goalkeeper De Gea made a superb reflex stop to deny Jese from close range in a 2-2 draw with Stoke at the bet365 Stadium.Stoke's Butland also made a sharp stop later in the match to prevent Kurt Zouma heading into his own net and handing United the victory.Fabianski pulled off a fantastic diving save to tip away a header from Joselu, although it was not enough to prevent Swansea slipping to a 1-0 home defeat to Newcastle.

Ed Draper is joined as always by Spencer Fearon for this week 's Toe 2 Toe. For the full extended podcast go to skysports .com/podcasts - it's also available. Who ' s on Sky Sports this weekend ?

News from other shows. Who ' s on Sky Sports this weekend ? Find out when you can catch our extensive live football coverage on Sky Sports .

There will be exclusive interviews with a host of players plus updates from Crystal Palace v Southampton, as well as the five 3pm Premier League fixtures. There will also be updates from Sky Bet EFL and Scottish Premiership matches around the country.

Sunday Supplement

Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Football, 9.30am

Martin Samuel (Chief Sports Writer, Daily Mail), Andy Dunn (Chief Sports Writer, Mirror) and Oliver Kay (Chief Football Correspondent, The Times) join Neil Ashton for a Sunday morning football chat.

They will review the major headlines in the national newspapers, look back at Saturday's Premier League talking points and preview the rest of the weekend's action.

Palmer achieves best F1 finish amid tough weekend .
Jolyon Palmer achieved his best finish in Formula 1 at the rain-affected Singapore Grand Prix, just days after the news broke that he would be dropped from the Renault team for 2018. Palmer’s sixth-place marked his first points of his second season with Renault. It was easily one of his best-ever races, which included an overtake on the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas and a brilliant defence against former GP2 rival Stoffel Vandoorne. The Briton has struggled for pace throughout the season and has also suffered from the worst of the team’s reliability issues. “I’m so happy. It’s pretty huge. I don’t really mind about what’s happened the whole weekend, I’m just happy for the race.” Palmer said. Palmer denies that the result is any more special for occurring the weekend it was announced he was dropped by the team and reiterates that rumour that Sainz could replace him as soon as Malaysia is pure speculation. “I would have been happy in any race to finish sixth. I finally get some points for the season and I have seven more races to do a good job and go out with my head held high with Renault. I’ve done one – I have six more to do.” A first lap crash taking out polesitter Sebastian Vettel along with Max Verstappen, Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso gave the midfield drivers an opportunity to take some big points. Sainz finished the race in fourth for Toro Rosso and Stoffel Vandoorne managed to cross the line for McLaren in seventh, both of which are their highest finishes in F1.

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