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A huge sporting weekend

A huge sporting weekend

The Premier League finale, an Old Firm Derby, ODI cricket and more await on Sky Sports

Whether you’re fanatical about football, get in a frenzy over Formula One or go crazy for cricket, we’ve got you covered

Sky Sports round-up

As the “business end” of the football season approaches faster than Usain Bolt riding a cheetah, it’s that time of year again, where fans of the top teams are smelling silverware, and those supporting teams near the bottom are growing increasingly fearful of the dreaded relegation trapdoor. Thankfully, the comprehensive coverage on Sky Sports will ensure every last drop of final-day drama is available at the touch of a button.

 

But it’s not just football on the agenda. Formula One fans will be watching to see if Lewis Hamilton can extend his lead in the Drivers’ Championship over in Spain, while the ODI cricket series between England and Pakistan should ensure those who prefer the sound of leather on wood are also catered for.

England v Pakistan

England playing the West Indies, ODI cricket series

England v Pakistan ODI Series 2019, 10.30am, Saturday 11 May, Sky Sports Main Event/HD (CH 511/501)

Having already gone head to head in a one-off T20 match, this is England and Pakistan’s second match of their five-game ODI series. Players from both sides will no doubt be keen to impress, as each nation will be announcing their final 15-man World Cup squads shortly after its conclusion. And with the World Cup being held in England and Wales this year, expect England to give it their all. Also look out for the third ODI on Tuesday 14 May.

 

Rangers V Celtic

Rangers FC manager Steven Gerrard

Rangers V Celtic, 11am, Sunday 12 May, Sky Sports Main Event/HD (CH 511/501)

It’d be foolish to assume that Celtic’s league victory will take any of the sting out of the biggest fixture in the Scottish football calendar (and one of the sport’s greatest rivalries). And with the game taking place at the home of the Rangers, Ibrox Stadium, there’ll no doubt be even more spice on the pitch as Steven Gerrard’s side fight to restore some pride and at least enjoy some of the bragging rights over the summer. Expect to see plenty of fireworks on the pitch, but probably no guard of honour for the Bhoys!

 

Premier League final day

Brighton v Manchester City

Premier League final day, 3pm, Sunday 12 May, Sky Sports Main Event/HD (Ch 512/502)

Will Manchester City or Liverpool be crowned League champions? Who from Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United will miss out on a Champions League spot? Will Cardiff or Brighton be joining Huddersfield and Fulham by dropping into the Championship? And will Wolves, Watford, Everton or Leicester manage to scrape into the Europa League? The key matches see Brighton take on Manchester City, Liverpool at home to Wolves, and Cardiff taking on Manchester United at Old Trafford. As another Premier League season draws to a close, there’s still so much to play for, and we’re more excited about it than Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp after a last-minute winner in the Merseyside derby.

 

Spanish Grand Prix

Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton

Emirates Spanish Grand Prix, 12.30pm, Sunday 12 May, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

Formula One whizzes into Barcelona on Sunday, where our very own Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to extend his lead over Finland’s Valtteri Bottas at the top of the Drivers’ Championship. The track should hold fond memories for the 34-year-old, as he took pole position in 2018’s race with a record lap time, before beating Sebastian Vettel into second place to win the overall race. If the five-time World Champion does manage to take home the title again, he’ll be one step closer to matching all-time record holder Michael Schumacher’s total (seven wins). Lights out!

 

British Masters

Professional golfer Tommy Fleetwood

British Masters, from 10.30am, Thursday 9 May, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

Tommy Fleetwood follows in the footsteps of fellow countrymen Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Lee Westwood and Justin Rose by assuming the hosting role of the British Masters at Hillside Golf Club in his native Merseyside. But hosting doesn’t mean serving mini burgers and topping up glasses of bubbly. Instead, he’ll be welcoming golf’s elite players, including defending champion Eddie Pepperell and Ryder Cup star Tyrrell Hatton.

 

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Find out what’s on Sky Sports this week

Keep up to speed with the latest games, players, athletes and action with our Sky Sports schedule. Collecting together all the latest sports coverage from across the channels, there’s something for every fan to celebrate on our homepage!

Find out what’s on Sky Sports this week

Keep up to speed with the latest games, players, athletes and action with our Sky Sports schedule. Collecting together all the latest sports coverage from across the channels, there’s something for every fan to celebrate on our homepage!

 

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