Join Sky Sports for an unmissable weekend of live action, including intense Premier League derbies, the Masters, and the Bahrain Grand Prix.
With a Premier League title, golf’s first major and much more up for grabs, it’s set to be a bumper weekend of sport from Thursday all the way through to the early hours of Monday morning.
Sky Sports has it all covered, and here’s how you can watch it all live…
Get ready for the opening men’s major of the year, with extended coverage of the Masters live on Sky Sports from Augusta National.
Channel coverage of the first round begins at 7pm on both Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event, but you can also watch featured groups coverage, which will focus on two marquee groups, live via the red button from 3pm.
Viewers can also track players’ progress through the iconic Amen Corner from 3.45pm, with an additional feed of the 15th and 16th holes available via the red button and Sky Sports apps each day.
What’s more, there’s also Premier League Darts with Judgement Night live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix from 7pm. Five matches will take place at Liverpool’s Echo Arena, with Mensur Suljovic and Peter Wright hoping to avoid elimination.
The 2018 Formula 1 season continues with the Bahrain GP, and both Friday practice sessions will be live on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event.
Practice One takes place at 12pm and Practice Two at 4pm, with 15 minutes worth of build-up before each session.
Come 7pm, 90 minutes after the end of P2 in Bahrain, it will be time for the Second Round from Augusta, with the Masters once again simulcast on Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event. Featured groups and Amen Corner coverage will also be available.
Then there’s the small matter of a crucial top-of-the-table Championship clash as second-placed Cardiff host league leaders Wolves. Build-up starts at 7pm on Sky Sports Football, with kick-off at 7.45pm.
It’s Derby Day 2 on Sky Sports.
First up, it’s a Merseyside clash as Everton take on Liverpool at Goodison Park, with comprehensive build-up starting at 11.30am on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event before kick-off at 12.30pm.
The F1 action then intensifies with Practice Three at 1pm, before what could be a pivotal qualifying session at 4pm. Both sessions will be live on Sky Sports F1, while there will be an hour-long build-up for qualifying from 3pm.
Our build-up to the opening match of the 2018 Indian Premier League begins at 3pm on Sky Sports Cricket, when Tymal Mills will be our studio guest as defending champions Mumbai take on the returning Chennai Super Kings.
There’ll be no reason to move from the sofa as Manchester City face Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium, looking to become the first team to seal the Premier League title with six games to spare.
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A memorable win against their rivals will do just that, and you can follow the coverage from 5pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event before the match kicks off at 5.30pm.
The huge day of sport doesn’t stop there, with the Masters back on Sky Sports Golf from 7pm, and Sky Sports Main Event from 8pm as the fight for the green jacket hots up in the Third Round.
It just keeps going! There’s a blockbuster Super Sunday to look forward to on Sky Sports, with Arsenal hosting Southampton in the first match, from 1.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.
Fancy another derby? This time it’s La Liga, and Madrid’s turn as Real Madrid face arch-rivals Atletico Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu – live on Sky Sports Mix with kick-off at 3.15pm.
By then, our first Indian Premier League double-header of the tournament will be in full swing – Delhi Daredevils taking on Kings XI Punjab from 11.25am on Sky Sports Cricket, before Royal Challengers Bangalore, with Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers in their ranks, go head-to-head with Kolkata Knight Riders from 3pm.
Will Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton bounce back after Sebastian Vettel’s victory in the F1 season-opener? Watch the Bahrain GP from 4.10pm on Sky Sports F1 after one hour and 40 minutes worth of build-up, including Martin Brundle’s Grid Walk. Race Control, offering multiple driver cams, the pit lane channel, driver tracker and an up-to-date timing page, will be available on the Red Button as well as on the Sky Sports iPad app for those of you on the move, or you can follow the race by signing into Sky Go.
Then it’s time for the fourth football derby of the weekend and the second installment of Super Sunday, as Chelsea take on relegation-threatened West Ham at Stamford Bridge from 4.15pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.
Next, get ready for what should be an enthralling climax at the Masters as the Final Round gets underway at Augusta. Who will get their hands on the first major trophy of 2018? Find out on Sky Sports, with coverage starting on Sky Sports Golf at 7pm before it is simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event from 8pm.
And if you’ve still got the appetite for more entertainment, then get over to Sky Box Office for the big one in WWE, with WrestleMania starting at 1am on Monday. It promises to be a spectacular evening of entertainment in New Orleans – and you can book it here.
AN UNMISSABLE WEEKEND ON SKY SPORTS, LIVE!
Thursday, April 5
7pm – The Masters First Round, Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event
7pm – Premier League Darts, Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix
Friday, April 6
12pm – Bahrain GP Practice One LIVE, Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event
4pm – Bahrain GP Practice Two LIVE, Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event
7pm – The Masters Second Round, Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event
7pm – Cardiff v Wolves, Sky Sports Football
Saturday, April 7
11.30am – Everton v Liverpool, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event
1pm – Bahrain GP Practice Three LIVE, Sky Sports F1 (build-up from 12.45pm)
3pm – IPL, Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings, Sky Sports Cricket
4pm – Bahrain GP Qualifying LIVE, Sky Sports F1 (build-up from 3pm)
5pm – Manchester City v Manchester United, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event
7pm – The Masters Third Round, Sky Sports Golf (8pm on Sky Sports Main Event)
Sunday, April 7
11.25am – IPL, Delhi Daredevils v Kings XI Punjab, Sky Sports Cricket
1.30pm – Arsenal v Southampton, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event
3pm – Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid, Sky Sports Mix
3pm – IPL, Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sky Sports Cricket
4.10pm, The Bahrain GP LIVE, Sky Sports F1 (build-up from 2.30pm)
4.15pm – Chelsea v West Ham, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event
6pm – The Masters Final Round, Sky Sports Golf (6.30pm on Sky Sports Main Event)
Monday, April 8
1am – WrestleMania, Sky Box Office
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