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swansea v everton

Swansea City v Everton is this weekend's Barclays Premier League game on BT Sport.

The home side - who sit eighth in the table - are still just about in the running for a European spot next season, but need to keep picking up maximum points.

The Swans have beaten Hull City (3-1) and Aston Villa (1-0) in their last two outings, and will be hoping for a similar outcome against 12th-place Everton.

Roberto Martinez's side have been disappointing for most of the 2014-15 campaign, struggling to find any consistency.

However, like their hosts, the Toffees are on a run of wins, having seen off Southampton (1-0), QPR (2-1) and Newcastle (3-0) in their last three games.

Everton have little but pride to play for at this stage of the season, but will hope to keep their good form going into the summer break.

BT Sport viewers can see how this one turns out at the Liberty Stadium at 12:45pm on Saturday April 11th.

As ever, there is plenty more football for subscribers to look forward to over the course of the weekend.

The action gets underway with the obligatory trip down under for Saturday morning's Hyundai A-League double, this week featuring Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar (8am) and Central Coast Mariners v Western Sydney Wanderers (10:30am).

A Bundesliga clash between Hamburg and Wolfsburg at 5:30pm is the first of the European games, before BT Sport heads to northern Italy for Verona v Inter Milan in Serie A.

At 8pm, viewers can watch PSG take on Bastia in the Coupe de la Ligue final from France.

Sunday April 12th begins with Melbourne City v Wellington Phoenix from Australia at 8am, before Kilmarnock take on high-flying Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership at 12:15pm.

There's a Bundesliga double-header to look forward to, with FC Cologne v Hoffenheim at 2:30pm and VFB Stuttgart v Werder Bremen at 4:30pm, before AC Milan face Sampdoria in Serie A at 7:45pm.

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