Sky are giving non-Sky Sports viewers a day of world-class sport at no extra cost.
From 6am on Saturday 16 August to 6am on Sunday 17 August, viewers without a Sky Sports subscription can watch all the sporting action on all seven Sky Sports channels, including the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Crystal Palace.
If you are a Sky, Virgin Media or TalkTalk customer, all you have to do is simply turn to the Sky Sports Channel of your choice and enjoy!
What to watch!
Soccer AM is on Sky Sports 1 at 10am, where Stiliyan Petrov and Ralf Little join Helen and Max on the sofas.
The first slice of live football comes in the form of a Sky Bet Championship clash between Leeds and Middlesbrough. Simon Thomas and his studio guest will be live from Elland Road at 12pm on Sky Sports 1.
The second day of the fifth Test between England and India is on Sky Sports 2 from 10.30am.
WWE Smackdown (10am) leads into live Scottish Premiership football on Sky Sports 3. David Tanner will be at Celtic Park with all the live action from 12.15pm, where the current champions take on St Johnstone.
The Saturday Night Football comes from the Emirates, where David Jones and Jamie Redknapp introduces Sky’s first Premier League game of the new season, Arsenal v Crystal Palace Coverage begins at 4.45pm on Sky Sports 1.
There’s also live Cincinnati Masters (Sky Sports 3, 8pm), Wyndham Championship Golf (Sky Sports 4, 6pm), British Grand Prix replay (Sky Sports F1, 8.45am), and German Grand Prix replay (Sky Sports F1 2.45pm).
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