BT subscribers have some top football action to look forward to this weekend, including the first Merseyside derby of 2013-14 and a showdown between Germany's top two clubs.
Everton v Liverpool is live on BT Sport 1 at 12:45pm on Saturday November 23rd, with all BT customers able to tune in for the big game.
Households with a BT TV subscription can watch the match via their television set, while broadband-only customers have access to the BT Sport app and online player.
Liverpool make the trip across Stanley Park to face their local rivals knowing that three points will take them top of the Barclays Premier League.
With Brendan Rodgers side currently just two points behind Arsenal, a win at Goodison Park would see the Reds leapfrog the Gunners ahead of their 3pm kick-off against Southampton.
Liverpool were in fine form last time out, thrashing lowly Fulham 4-0 at Anfield.
By contrast, Everton's attacking instincts have failed them in recent weeks - as evidenced by successive 0-0 draws against Spurs and Crystal Palace.
However, Roberto Martinez should still be delighted with his start to life as Toffees' manager.
Having seen previous boss David Moyes and record signing Marouane Fellaini depart for Manchester United in the summer, Everton sit in the European places after 11 games, just five points behind Arsenal at the top.
A win against Liverpool on Saturday would bring the two Merseyside clubs together on 23 points.
BT Sport viewers have plenty of other games to look forward to at the weekend, including a re-run of last season's UEFA Champions League final.
Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich lock horns again on Saturday (kick-off 5:30pm) at the Westfalenstadion, with the home side seeking revenge for their 2-1 defeat at Wembley in May.
Some 80,000 fans will cram in to watch the game live, while BT Sport viewers can enjoy proceedings from the comfort of their own home.
Two other games from Germany's Bundesliga will also be aired over the weekend - VFB Stuttgart v Borussia Monchengladbach (Friday 7:30pm) and Werder Bremen v FSV Mainz 05 (Sunday 4:30pm).
There are also three games apiece from Italy and France to look forward to, offering variety of choice to fans of European football.
The Serie A action starts with AC Milan v Genoa on Saturday at 7:45pm, and includes two games on Sunday - Livorno v Juventus (2pm) and Bologna v Inter Milan (7:45pm).
From Ligue 1, BT Sport viewers can watch Rennes v Bordeaux (Saturday 7pm), Nice v St Etienne (Sunday 4pm) and Nantes v Monaco (Sunday 8pm).