BT Sport fans have a bumper festive weekend of Barclays Premier League football to look forward to, with three games coming up within the space of two days.
Subscribers to the pay-TV platform - along with BT broadband customers, who can watch the action live - can enjoy two games on Boxing Day (Friday December 26th) and another top-flight clash on Sunday December 28th.
Friday's double-header sees Manchester United take on Newcastle United and Arsenal host QPR in a London derby. Two days later, BT Sport viewers can watch the clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at White Hart Lane.
The action gets started at 3pm on Boxing Day, as Louis van Gaal's United side - making the first of two appearances on BT Sport - try to get back to winning ways against Newcastle.
The Red Devils won six games in a row up until their last fixture, when they were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw away at Aston Villa.
The recent flurry of results has propelled United into the UEFA Champions League spot, which they will hope to consolidate over the Christmas period.
Newcastle were shattered by a last-minute winner in the Tyne-Wear derby against Sunderland at the weekend - a result which means they have lost to Sunderland at home three years in a row.
The Geordies will be desperate to pick themselves up and put in an impressive showing at Old Trafford, knowing the European spots are not out of reach.
Football fans can watch Arsenal v QPR straight afterwards at 5:30pm on BT Sport 1.
Sixth-place Arsenal will be wary of an improving Rangers side, who came from 2-0 down against West Brom last weekend to claim a 3-2 win.
The goalscoring form of Charlie Austin will no doubt have made Arsene Wenger sit up and take notice. The former bricklayer is the top-scoring Englishman in the Barclays Premier League this season, with 11 strikes so far.
Arsenal lie sixth going into Christmas, but the Gunners are within striking distance of the top four. They can't afford to drop points against a Hoops side placed 16th in the table.
Sunday's televised game between Spurs and Manchester United - which kicks-off at 12pm - gives Manchester United a second outing of the weekend on BT Sport.
They face a Spurs side who have won on their last two Barclays Premier League outings: respective 2-1 wins against Swansea City and Burnley.
A trip to bottom side Leicester City lies in store for Mauricio Pochettino's side on Boxing Day, before their televised game at White Hart Lane.