Sky Sports Showing Full Retro Games To Get Your Football Fix
The Easter weekend is normally a packed one for football and fortunately Sky Sports have come to the rescue at our time of need.
With no football and being stuck indoors all weekend you could be scratching around for something to do, well you could do a lot worse than watch some classic Premier League games.
Sky have a bunch of full games available on their On Demand service and will be showing three of them on the Premier League channel on Sunday as part of a 'Super Sunday.'
At midday is the classic Leeds vs Liverpool encounter from 2000, 2pm's kick off is the north London derby from 2008, including David Bentley's incredible strike, and 4pm sees the dramatic Manchester derby from 2009, with 22 goals between the three games.
And just as you're running out of Easter Eggs on Monday the Premier League channel and Main Event will have even more retro goodness for you.
Things kick off again at midday this time with Kevin Keegan's Newcastle United battering champions Manchester United from 1996.
After that magical performance from 'the entertainers' comes Chelsea's epic with Sir Alex Ferguson's side from 2012, then Liverpool and City's ding dong battle from 2014 and finishing off the day is Chelsea's comeback against Spurs which confirmed the title for Leicester City.
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That's another 20 goals of classic games to watch on Monday, and I've not included the scores in case you've not seen any of the matches and want to keep it a bit of a surprise.
Let's just hope that after the Chelsea vs Spurs game they show all the Leicester players round at Jamie Vardy's having a party, in the days when we could have those.
The channel also showed four games on Friday that are still available On Demand with four more classics that include another 27 goals and another battering for Manchester United, for those Manchester City and Liverpool fans out there.
Also on Monday Sky have a new live show, The Football Show, starting on Main Event and the Premier League channel, which will be hosted by David Jones and Kelly Cates at 9 am every weekday.
The normal Sky Sports pundits like Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness will be the guests, from their own homes, providing opinions and insight to the latest football news, Paul Pogba best not tune in.
Which match are you most excited to watch again?