The Premier League is taking a break with FA Cup fixtures dominating the midweek slots ahead of a busy weekend for the top flight.
When the action resumes, it will do so with a bang. Leicester will face coachless Leeds in the first game of the weekend, with both teams failing to live up to expectations this season.
The showpiece game comes on Sunday as Manchester City host Manchester United at the Etihad with Liverpool fans set to find themselves in the rare position of backing a United win to tighten the title race even further.
The season is heating up as we approach the final third, but who will take the lead and move on?
Of course, we will endeavor to update our large Premier League schedule (which you will find further down this page) with all the latest cancellations due to COVID outbreaks, although matches have been postponed at the last minute before.
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For more Premier League features, check out: Premier League Stadiums | Premier League Kits | Who will win the Premier League? | Predicted Premier League table 2021/22
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2021/22 Premier League TV schedule
All UK Time
Saturday March 5
Leicester v Leeds (12.30pm) BT Sport 1
Liverpool v West Ham (5.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Sunday March 6
Watford v Arsenal (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event
Man City v Man Utd (4.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Monday March 7
Tottenham v Everton (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Thursday March 10
Leeds v Aston Villa (7:45 p.m.) Amazon Prime Video
Saturday March 12
Brighton v Liverpool (12.30pm) BT Sport 1
Man Utd v Tottenham (5.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Sunday March 13
Chelsea v Newcastle (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event
Arsenal v Leicester (4.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Monday March 14
Crystal Palace v Man City (8pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Wednesday March 16
Arsenal v Liverpool (8.15pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Thursday March 17
Everton v Newcastle (7:45 p.m.) Amazon Prime Video
Friday 18th March
Wolves v Leeds (8 p.m.) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event
Saturday March 19
Aston Villa v Arsenal (12.30pm) BT Sport 1
Burnley v Southampton (5.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Sunday March 20
Tottenham v West Ham (2pm) Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event
Liverpool v Man Utd (4.30pm) Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Are all Premier League matches on TV?
No. Unfortunately for football fans, not all matches will be shown live on TV in 2021/22, unlike the previous season.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and fans were unable to attend matches, broadcasters were granted the right to show every match live on TV – in some cases for free – for the remainder of the 2019 campaign. /20.
In 2020/21, games have been staggered at different times to ensure everyone can watch every game live on TV.
However, now that fans are allowed to return to stadiums across the country, 3pm kick-offs are back, traditional times have returned and fewer games will be shown.
If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV guide or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.