BT Sport viewers can look forward to a Barclays Premier League encounter between Hull City and Newcastle United this Saturday January 31st.
Both sides will see this game, which kicks off at 12:45pm at the KC Stadium, as an opportunity to get valuable points on the board.
Hull have the most pressing need, given that they currently lie in the relegation zone, a point away from safety.
Steve Bruce's side have struggled to find any sort of consistency during the 2014-15 campaign, and injuries have added to their woes in recent weeks.
Mid-table Newcastle, who lie 11th with 27 points from 22 games, have also been destabilised of late, with manager Alan Pardew departing to take over at Crystal Palace.
Their season could go either way - a good run of results will secure Barclays Premier League football for another year, but a poor one could suck the Geordies into a survival fight.
There are plenty of other games for BT Sport subscribers to enjoy at the weekend, starting with action from the Scottish Premiership on Friday night.
Glasgow side Partick Thistle take on St Mirren - from nearby Paisley - in a top-flight clash, which kicks off on BT Sport 1 at 7:45pm.
Over on BT Sport 2, the German champions Bayern Munich travel to Wolfsburg for a Bundesliga encounter at 7:30pm.
There are four European games live on BT Sport on Saturday evening, including two from Italy's Serie A: Genoa v Fiorentina at 5pm and Roma v Empoli at 7:30pm.
Bayer Leverkusen take on Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga at 5:30pm, before Nantes face Lille in France's Ligue 1 at 8pm.
Early risers on Sunday February 1st can get their fix of Hyundai A-League action, as Melbourne City host Western Sydney Wanderers at 6am, before a Serie A double-header: Sassuolo v Inter Milan at 11:30am and Udinese v Juventus at 2pm.
Werder Bremen v Hertha Berlin is live at 2:30pm, before another Bundesliga game - Augsburg v Hoffenheim - at 4:30pm.
Rounding things off is another match from France's Ligue 1 at 8pm: Monaco v Lyon.