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Sky and BT Sport to televise these classic matches this weekend

Sky and BT Sport are to televise these classic matches this weekend in place of live Premier League, EFL, National League and cup action.

Both companies are reworking their schedules to keep people entertained, mainly by showing re-runs of past cup finals, playoffs and even their much loved Premier League Years episodes, though it means households won’t get the initial service they signed up for.

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It’s been revealed that neither of them will be offering money back for the lack of live football which have been postponed.

The BBC’s Dan Walker will present Football Focus at 12:00pm Saturday, before Guy Mowbray introduces five classic World Cup matches in the World Cup Rewind at 2:30pm.

The 2018 World Cup last-16 thriller between France and Argentina will also be available to watch on the BBC Sport website, Red Button and BBC iPlayer at 3:30pm.

At 10:20pm, the MOTD podcast sees Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright discuss the top 10 goalkeepers of the Premier League era, and then at 11pm, Alan Shearer will pick three classic matches in the first episode ‘Match of Their Day’.

So what else is on? We’ve looked through what classic matches Sky and BT Sport are to televise this weekend…

ON BT SPORT:

Saturday 9am – Best matches between Arsenal and Tottenham
Saturday 10am – Liverpool v Saint Etienne 1977
Saturday 11am – Athletic Bilbao v Liverpool 93/94
Saturday 1:30pm – Football Archives 80/81
Saturday 2pm – Football Archives 81/82
Saturday 2:30pm – Football Archives 82/83
Saturday 3pm – Football Archives 83/84
Saturday 3:30pm – Football Archives 84/85
Saturday 4pm – Football Archives 85/86
Saturday 5pm – Shakhtar v Man City (19/20)
Saturday 5:30pm – Lille v Chelsea (19/20)
Saturday 6pm – Liverpool v Salzburg (19/20)
Saturday 6:30pm – Tottenham v Red Star (19/20)
Saturday 7pm – Tottenham v Everton (02/03)
Saturday 7:30pm – Everton v Man Utd (2004)
Saturday 8pm – Man City v Wolves (03/04)
Saturday 8:30pm – Man Utd v Fulham (03/04)
Saturday 10:30pm – Swansea v Newcastle (80/81)
Saturday 11pm – Crystal Palace v Everton (80/81)
Saturday 11:30pm – Leicester v Watford (84/85)
Sunday 12am – Liverpool v Nottingham Forest (87/88)
Sunday 6am until 10am – Best matches between Liverpool and Man Utd
Sunday 1pm – Leicester v Arsenal (76/77)
Sunday 1pm – QPR v Sunderland (76/77)
Sunday 1pm – Luton v Southampton (76/77)
Sunday 2pm – West Brom v West Ham (76/77)
Sunday 2pm – Bristol Rovers v Charlton (76/77)
Sunday 2pm – Tottenham v Everton (76/77)
Sunday 3pm – Leicester v Man Utd (76/77)
Sunday 3pm – Fulham v Notts County (76/77)
Sunday 3pm – Ipswich v Leeds (76/77)
Sunday 6:30pm – Juventus v Man Utd (98/99)
Sunday 7pm – Man Utd v Bayern Munich (98/99)
Sunday 7:30pm – Man Utd v Roma (06/07)
Sunday 8pm – PSG v Man Utd (19/20)

 

EFL on SKY SPORTS:

Saturday 9am – Leeds v Watford (Championship Playoff Final 2006)
Saturday 10am – Derby v West Brom (Championship Playoff Final 2007)
Saturday 12pm – Bristol City v Hull (Championship Playoff Final 2008)
Saturday 1pm – Burnley v Sheffield United (Championship Playoff Final 2009)
Saturday 4pm – Cardiff v Liverpool (Carling Cup Final 2012)
Saturday 5pm – Bradford v Swansea (Capital One Cup Final 2013)
Saturday 6pm – Man City v Sunderland (Capital One Cup Final 2014)
Saturday 10:30pm – Sheffield Wednesday v Newcastle (2017)
Saturday 11pm – Fulham v Aston Villa (2017)
Sunday 12am – Football Years: 94/95
Sunday 1:30am – Football Years: 95/96
Sunday 2am – Championship Season Review 16/17
Sunday 3am – Derby v QPR (Championship Playoff Final 2014)
Sunday 4am – Burton v Fleetwood (League Two Playoff Final 2014)
Sunday 6am – Nottingham Forest v Yeovil (League One Playoff Semi Final 2nd Leg 2017)
Sunday 6:15am – Cardiff v Swansea (2009)
Sunday 6:30am – Millwall v Scunthorpe (League One Playoff Final 2009)
Sunday 8am – Football Years: 96/97
Sunday 8:30am – Fulham v QPR (2009)
Sunday 8:45am – Middlesbrough v Wolves (2018)
Sunday 9am – Cardiff v Wolves (2018)
Sunday 9:30am – Bristol City v Hull (Championship Playoff Final 2008)
Sunday 10:30am – Burnley v Sheffield United (Championship Playoff Final 2009)
Sunday 11:30am – Blackpool v Cardiff (Championship Playoff Final 2010)
Sunday 1pm – Reading v Swansea (Championship Playoff Final 2011)
Sunday 2pm – Portsmouth v Birmingham (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 2:30pm – Salford v Leeds (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 3pm – Lincoln v Everton (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 3:30pm – Newport v West Ham (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 4pm – MK Dons v Liverpool (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 4:30pm – Portsmouth v Southampton (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 6:30pm – Oxford v Man City (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 10pm – Best Goals Carabao Cup 2020
Sunday 11:30pm – Sheffield United v Sheffield Wednesday (2009)
Sunday 11:45pm – Peterborough v Southampton (2009)
Monday 12am – Football Years: 96/97
Monday 1:30am – Football Years: 97/98
Monday 2am – Championship Season Review 17/18
Monday 3am – Middlesbrough v Norwich (Championship Playoff Final 2015)
Monday 4am – Preston v Swindon (League One Playoff Final 2015)
Monday 6am – Watford v Leicester (2013)
Monday 6:15am – Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds (2014)
Monday 6:30am – Derby v Nottingham Forest (2014)
Monday 8am – Football Years: 98/99
Monday 8:30am – QPR v Nottingham Forest (2014)
Monday 9:15am – Brentford v Fulham (2014)
Monday 10:30am – Derby v Nottingham Forest (2015)
Monday 10:45am – Norwich v Ipswich (2015)
Monday 11am – Wolves v Leeds (2015)
Monday 12:30pm – Football Years: 99/00
Monday 1pm – Swindon v Sheffield United (playoffs 2015)
Monday 1:15pm – Norwich v Ipswich (playoffs 2015)
Monday 4pm – Football Years: 90/91
Monday 4:30pm – Southend v Wycombe (League Two Playoff Final 2015)
Monday 5:30pm – Derby v Leeds (2015)
Monday 8:30pm – Crystal Palace v Watford (Championship Playoff Final 2013)

 

PREMIER LEAGUE on SKY SPORTS:

Saturday 12pm – Arsenal v Sheffield Utd (19/20)
Saturday 12:30pm – Aston Villa v Liverpool (19/20)
Saturday 1pm – Bournemouth v Chelsea (19/20)
Saturday 1:30pm – Aston Villa v Southampton (19/20)
Saturday 2pm – Crystal Palace v Liverpool (19/20)
Saturday 2pm – Chelsea v Tottenham (EFL Cup Final 2008)
Saturday 3pm – Man Utd v Leicester (19/20)
Saturday 3pm – Man Utd v Tottenham (EFL Cup Final 2009)
Saturday 3:30pm – Tottenham v Crystal Palace (19/20)
Saturday 4pm – Wolves v Chelsea (19/20)
Saturday 4pm – Cardiff v Liverpool (EFL Cup Final 2012)
Saturday 4:30pm – West Ham v Leicester (19/20)
Saturday 5pm – Tottenham v Southampton (19/20)
Saturday 5:30pm – Man Utd v Norwich (19/20)
Saturday 6pm – Man City v Watford (19/20)
Saturday 6pm – Man City v Sunderland (EFL Cup Final 2014)
Saturday 6:30pm – Arsenal v Southampton (19/20)
Saturday 7pm – Bournemouth v Liverpool (19/20)
Saturday 7pm – Chelsea v Tottenham (EFL Cup Final 2015)
Saturday 7:30pm – Chelsea v West Ham (19/20)
Saturday 8pm – Man City v Liverpool (EFL Cup Final 2014)
Saturday 9pm – Man Utd v Southampton (EFL Cup Final 2017)
Saturday 10pm – Arsenal v Man City (EFL Cup Final 2018)
Sunday 12am – Football Years: 94/95
Sunday 12:30am – Burnley v Liverpool 19/20
Sunday 1am – Man City v Man Utd 19/20
Sunday 1:30am – Watford v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 1am – Premier League Years 17/18
Sunday 1:30am – Football Years: 95/96
Sunday 2am – Crystal Palace v Man City 19/20
Sunday 2:30am – West Ham v Crystal Palace 19/20
Sunday 3am – Man Utd v Liverpool 2009
Sunday 3am – Everton v Man City 19/20
Sunday 3:15am – Crystal Palace v Liverpool 2014
Sunday 3:30am – Man Utd v Man City 2009
Sunday 3:30am – Man Utd v Wolves 19/20
Sunday 3:45am – Arsenal v Tottenham 2010
Sunday 4am – Best Premier League Goals 17/18
Sunday 4am – Newcastle v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 4:30am – Liverpool v Arsenal 19/20
Sunday 5am – Best Premier league Goals – Newcastle v Liverpool
Sunday 5am – Norwich v Man City 19/20
Sunday 5:30am – Brighton v Bournemouth 19/20
Sunday 6am – Chelsea v Wigan 2010
Sunday 6:15am – Man City v Man Utd 2013
Sunday 6:30am – Chelsea v Arsenal 1997
Sunday 6:45am – West Ham v Tottenham 2007
Sunday 7am – Premier League Years 18/19
Sunday 8am – Football Years: 96/97
Sunday 9am – Aston Villa v Tottenham 19/20
Sunday 9:30am – Arsenal v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 10am – West Ham v Man Utd 19/20
Sunday 10:30am – Southampton v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 11am – Best Premier League Goals 18/19
Sunday 11am – Newcastle v Arsenal 19/20
Sunday 11:30am – Arsenal v Man City 19/20
Sunday 12pm – Tottenham v Man City 19/20
Sunday 12:30pm – Man Utd v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 1pm – Man Utd v Liverpool 19/20
Sunday 1:30pm – Watford v Arsenal 19/20
Sunday 2pm – Bournemouth v Everton 19/20
Sunday 2:30pm – Liverpool v Tottenham 19/20
Sunday 3pm – Everton v Tottenham 19/20
Sunday 3pm – Lincoln v Everton (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 3:30pm – Aston Villa v Man City 19/20
Sunday 3:30pm – Newport v West Ham (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 4pm – PL Retro – Man City v QPR in full (2011/12)
Sunday 4pm – MK Dons v Liverpool (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 4:30pm – Portsmouth v Southampton (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 6pm – Tottenham v Man City 19/20
Sunday 6:30pm – Man Utd v Chelsea 19/20
Sunday 6:30pm – Oxford v Man City (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 7pm – Man Utd v Liverpool 19/20
Sunday 7pm – Leicester v Aston Villa (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 7:30pm – Man Utd v Man City (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 7:30pm – Liverpool v Tottenham 19/20
Sunday 8pm – Aston Villa v Leicester (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 8:30pm – Man City v Man Utd (Carabao Cup 19/20)
Sunday 9pm – Aston Villa v Man City (Carabao Cup Final 19/20)
Sunday 10pm – Best Goals Carabao Cup 2020
Monday 10am – Premier League Years 2006/07
Monday 12:30pm – Football Years: 99/00
Monday 1pm – Premier League Years 2010/11
Monday 3pm – Best Premier League Goals 17/18
Monday 4pm – Football Years: 90/91
Monday 4pm – Cardiff v Liverpool 2014
Monday 4:15pm – Liverpool v Arsenal 2009
Monday 4:30pm – Arsenal v Tottenham 2008
Monday 4:45pm – Man Utd v Arsenal 1998
Monday 5pm – West Ham v Arsenal 19/20
Monday 5:30pm – Crystal Palace v Brighton 19/20
Monday 6pm – Chelsea v Man Utd 19/20
Monday 6:30pm – Aston Villa v Newcastle 19/20
Monday 8pm – PL Retro – Man Utd v Tottenham in full (1998/99)

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