BT Sport subscribers have a London derby from the Barclays Premier League to look forward to this Saturday, as Crystal Palace host QPR.
Chris Ramsey takes his Hoops side south of the river to Selhurst Park, fully understanding the importance of this game to their survival chances.
Palace look out of trouble on 30 points - eight clear of the relegation zone - but QPR remain firmly in the bottom three as the business end of the season approaches.
Rangers are already a win from safety following Aston Villa's derby victory over West Brom last week, and as such, need to get points on the board quickly.
With games against Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool still to come, it's vital that QPR start taking points from sides in the bottom half.
However, Alan Pardew's Palace team look a tough nut to crack.
Recent wins against West Ham, Leicester City, Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur have seen the Eagles soar up to 12th.
Viewers can see how Crystal Palace v QPR turns out at 12:45pm on Saturday March 14th.
As ever, BT Sport is offering a feast of live football from around the world this weekend, starting with a Ligue 1 clash between Monaco v Bastia at 7pm on Friday evening.
There's also a Scottish Premiership encounter between Aberdeen and Motherwell to enjoy, with the home side looking to narrow the gap to leaders Celtic to just three points.
Saturday gets underway with the usual trip down under for live action from Australia's Hyundai A-League. Melbourne City v Newcastle Jets gets things underway at the more-reasonable-than-usual time of 8:30am, before Perth Glory host Kiwi side Wellington Phoenix at 10:30am.
The first of the weekend's fixtures from Serie A is at 5pm, as Palermo face Juventus, before Cagliari take on Empoli at 7:45pm.
For those who prefer the hustle and bustle of the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund welcome FC Cologne to the Westfalenstadion at 5:30pm on BT Sport 1.
Sunday March 15th gets underway with Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar from the Hyundai A-League at 6am, before a lunchtime fixture between Lille and Rennes kicks off the European action at 1pm.
Genoa take on Chievo in Serie A at 2pm, before another French clash between Bordeaux v PSG at 4pm.
Borussia Monchengladbach v Hannover 96 is on at 4:30pm, before an Italian double-header: Verona v Napoli at 5pm and Inter Milan v Cesena at 7:45pm.
Marseille v Lyon draws things to a conclusion at 8pm, with their Ligue 1 game to be shown live on BT Sport 1.