Barclays Premier League football returns to BT Sport this weekend as third-place Arsenal take on fifth-place Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium.
The home side were in a rich vein of form prior to the international break, winning six consecutive games to soar into the top three.
The Gunners are now just one point behind Manchester City in second and could yet prove to be Chelsea's closest challengers for the title come May.
Liverpool have also picked up plenty of points of late, having improved significantly from the start of the season. A good run of results has moved the Reds into the UEFA Europa League places, although a 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United last time out halted their progress.
When these sides last met, in December at Anfield, a late Martin Skrtel's equaliser seven minutes into stoppage time salvaged a 2-2 draw for Liverpool.
Both Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers will be desperate for three points, knowing there is still plenty to play for in the 2014-15 season.
The game kicks off at 12:45pm on Saturday April 4th, live on BT Sport 1.
With it being Easter weekend, there are plenty more games to look forward to between the Friday and Monday bank holidays.
The action gets underway with a Hyundai A-League clash between Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City at 9:40am on Friday morning, before Forest Green Rovers face Aldershot Town in the Vanarama Conference at 4:30pm.
Monaco v St Etienne from France's Ligue 1 (7:30pm) is the first continental fixture of the weekend, while Celtic's trip to St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership is live at 7:45pm.
Saturday begins with another trip down under for Sydney FC v Adelaide United at 9:30am, before the big German clash between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich at 5:30pm. Juventus v Empoli rounds off the day's games with a Serie A fixture at 8pm.
Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory starts Sunday's schedule at 8am, before the battle of the sleeping giants - Rangers v Hearts - in the Scottish Championship at 12:15pm.
Augsburg v Schalke 04 forms the first half of a Bundesliga double at 2:30pm, followed by Hertha Berlin v Paderborn at 4:30pm, while the late game is Marseille v PSG at 8pm.
Easter Monday begins with the final televised Hyundai A-League game of the weekend - Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory - at 8am, before the BT Sport cameras head to Dartford for their Conference clash against London rivals Barnet (kick-off 12:45pm).
Chelsea U21 take on Tottenham Hotspur U21 at 3:15 pm - potentially with some of the stars of the future on show - and FC Porto play Estoril at 8pm in Portugal's Primeira Liga.