Football fans can look forward to watching free-to-air Barclays Premier League action later this month as BT Sport opens up to all viewers.
Between Friday October 25th and Sunday October 27th, Freeview, Sky and Virgin Media viewers can watch the action on BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN.
This means millions of UK viewers will be able to watch the Saturday lunchtime London derby between Crystal Palace and Arsenal on October 26th (kick-off 12:45pm).
Arsène Wenger's side have enjoyed a fine start to the season, and currently sit joint top of the table with 16 points after seven games.
With the likes of Aaron Ramsey and new signing Mesut Özil hitting top gear, the Gunners have also enjoyed fine wins against Fenerbahce, Marseille and Napoli in Europe.
By contrast, Ian Holloway's Crystal Palace sit in the Barclays Premier League relegation zone, with just one win so far on their top-flight return.
The under-fire Palace boss will hope his new-look side gels soon, with Martin Jol's Fulham the next visitors to Selhurst Park.
With games against West Brom, Everton, Hull and Norwich coming up for the Eagles, ex Blackpool-boss Holloway will be seeking an immediate upturn in his side's fortunes.
Crystal Palace v Arsenal is just one of the 38 Barclays Premier League matches to be broadcast live by BT Sport in 2013-14.