A Barclays Premier League clash between Arsenal and Everton is the headline attraction on BT Sport this weekend.
Subscribers can watch the game, which kicks off at the Emirates at 2:05pm on Sunday March 1st, live on BT Sport 1.
Third-place Arsenal, who are aiming to ensure another season of UEFA Champions League football in 2015-16, need points to stay clear of the chasing pack.
Arsene Wenger's side currently lead Manchester United in fourth by just a single point, and fifth-place Southampton by two.
Inconsistent Everton lie in 12th place at present with a third of the season to go.
Roberto Martinez's side are looking to keep themselves out of trouble in the league, while focusing on their UEFA Europa League campaign.
The 2014-15 league campaign has been a disappointment to Toffees fans, but there is still the hope of European glory on Merseyside.
BT Sport subscribers have a host of other games to look forward to over the weekend, with Friday's highlights including Marseille v Caen from Ligue 1 (kick-off 7:30pm) and Falkirk v Rangers from the Scottish Championship at 7:45pm.
Saturday's action gets underway down under with a trio of matches from the Hyundai A-League: Newcastle Jets v Central Coast Mariners (6am), Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC (8:30am) and Perth Glory v Brisbane Roar (10:30am).
Up next at 12:45pm is a televised non-league clash - Eastleigh v Macclesfield Town - from the Vanarama Football Conference, before the European action gets underway.
BT Sport viewers can watch Toulouse v St Etienne from Ligue 1 at 7pm, before a Serie A encounter between Chievo and AC Milan at 7pm.
There's much more from Italy's top flight on Sunday, as Cagliari host Verona at 11:30am, Sassuolo take on Lazio at 2pm and Inter Milan face Fiorentina at 5pm.
Meanwhile fans of French football can enjoy Montpellier v Nice from Ligue 1 at 4pm, before Monaco face PSG in the big game at 8pm.