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Live football on Sky today: Leeds, Rangers in action

All the live football on Sky Sports, including key clashes in the Championship, WSL and the Premier League.

The Premier League returns with a blockbuster Easter weekend of football, topped by Man City‘s crucial clash with title rivals Arsenal at the Etihad on Sunday March 31st; kick-off 4.30pm.

Liverpool are also in action against Brighton on Easter Sunday to complete a Super Sunday double header; kick-off 2pm.

Also that weekend, there’s a Saturday Night Football double header with Aston Villa vs Wolves (kick-off 5.30pm) and Brentford vs Man Utd (Kick-off 8pm).

But before then, there’s plenty to enjoy, including Leeds and Rangers in action as they aim to continue respective title tilts…

Sunday March 17

Dundee vs Rangers – Scottish Premiership, kick-off 12pm

Freiburg vs Bayer Leverkusen – Bundesliga, 2.30pm

Leeds vs Millwall – Championship, kick-off 3pm

Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt – Bundesliga, kick-off 4.30pm

Saturday March 23

Mansfield Town vs Colchester United – League Two, kick-off 12.30pm

Stockport County vs MK Dons – League Two, kick-off 5.15pm

Sunday March 24

Rangers Women vs Partick Thistle Women – Sky Sports Cup final, kick-off 1.30pm

West Ham vs Chelsea – Women’s Super League, kick-off 4.30pm

Aston Villa vs Arsenal – Women’s Super League, kick-off 6.45pm

Friday March 29

Bristol City vs Leicester – Championship, 12.30pm

Wrexham vs Mansfield – League Two, 3pm

Blackburn vs Ipswich – Championship, 5.30pm

Watford vs Leeds – Championship 8pm

Saturday March 30

Liverpool vs Man City – WSL, kick-off 12.30pm

Aston Villa vs Wolves – Premier League, kick-off 5.30pm

Brentford vs Manchester United – Premier League, kick-off 8pm

Sunday March 31

Livingston vs Celtic – Scottish Premiership, kick-0ff 12pm

Liverpool vs Brighton – Premier League, kick-off 2pm

Manchester City vs Arsenal – Premier League, kick-off 4.30pm

Arsenal vs Bristol City – WSL, kick-off 6.45pm

Monday April 2

Leicester vs Norwich – Championship, 12.30pm

Stoke vs Huddersfield – Championship, 3pm

Ipswich vs Southampton – Championship, 5.30pm

Leeds vs Hull – Championship, 8pm

Saturday April 6

Brighton vs Arsenal – Premier League, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday April 7

Manchester United vs Liverpool – Premier League, kick-off 3.30pm

Monday April 8

Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest – Premier League, kick-off 8pm

Friday April 12

Plymouth vs Leicester – Championship, kick-off 8pm

Saturday April 13

Leeds vs Blackburn – Championship, kick-off 12.30pm

Arsenal vs Aston Villa – Premier League, kick-off 5.30pm

Sunday April 14

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – Premier League, kick-off 2pm

Bournemouth vs Man Utd – Premier League, kick-off 4.30pm

Monday April 15

Chelsea vs Everton – Premier League, kick-off 8pm

Tuesday April 16

Southampton vs Preston – Championship, kick-off 8pm

Tuesday April 23

Leicester vs Southampton – Championship, kick-off 8pm

* These matches are subject to FA Cup quarter-final participation

How to watch free Premier League highlights

Throughout the 2023/24 season, you can watch Premier League match highlights for free – without being a Sky Sports subscriber.

You’ll find highlights from every Premier League game in the Score Centre, as well as on the Sky Sports website and Sky Sports app shortly after full-time, or from 5.15pm for midday Saturday kick-offs. You can also watch them on the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel.

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Want news of goals as they hit the back of the net? Want to know when your team’s free match highlights are available? At one game but want to keep track of all the major incidents elsewhere?

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