Missing football? Well not to worry as there are a whole host of classic Premier League encounters for you to relive over the next few days…
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May 24, 2020, 12:30pm
PL Retro: Arsenal vs Man Utd, Sheff Utd vs Wigan, Liverpool vs Man City
Relive three classic Premier League encounters back-to-back on Sky Sports this Sunday. Up first, we wind the clocks back to 1997 at Highbury, and a five-goal thriller between title rivals Arsenal Manchester United.
May 24, 2020, 2:00pm
- Arsenal vs Man Utd ’97 – Sky Sports Premier League & Main Event from 2pm
Attention the turns to a pivotal clash at the bottom of the Premier League from the final day of the 2006/07 season where Sheffield United hosted Wigan at Bramall Lane.
May 24, 2020, 4:00pm
- Sheff Utd vs Wigan ’07 – Sky Sports Premier League & Main Event from 4pm
The nostalgia trip ends at Anfield, with Liverpool thrilling clash against Manchester City from Janaury 2018 completing the triple-header.
May 24, 2020, 6:00pm
- Liverpool vs Man City ’18 – Sky Sports Premier League from 6pm
PL Retro: Arsenal vs Spurs, Man Utd vs Man City, C Palace vs Liverpool
Kick-off Bank Holiday Monday with a classic north London derby between Arsenal and Spurs from the Emirates in 2010.
May 25, 2020, 11:00am
- Arsenal vs Spurs ’10 – Sky Sports Premier League from 11am
If one derby wasn’t enough, cast your mind back to a thriller from Manchester in 2009 as United hosted noisy neighbours City and ‘welcomed’ Carlos Tevez back to Old Trafford.
May 25, 2020, 1:00pm
- Man Utd vs Man City ’09 – Sky Sports Premier League from 1pm
The bank holiday triple-header ends with title-chasing Liverpool’s infamous visit to Crystal Palace at the end of the 2013/14 season, a classic Premier League clash which will be forever remembered as ‘Crystanbul’.
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