After an eventful live Football League schedule last week, with matches from each division on Sky Sports, there's an npower Championship double-header to look forward to this weekend.
First up, on Friday, Crystal Palace travel to Vicarage Road to take on Gianfranco Zola's Watford in front of the cameras.
The two sides are embroiled in a battle for promotion in the Championship, with the Eagles sitting fifth and the Hornets one point and one place above them in fourth.
And those respective positions highlight the importance of this fixture - so expect the 7.45pm kick-off to be a cracker.
Then, on Saturday at 5.20pm, two other sides at the top end of the division clash, as Brighton and Hove Albion host Hull City.
The travelling Tigers sit third and are chasing an automatic promotion place - they trail second-placed Leicester City on goal difference only, coming into the weekend.
If Steve Bruce's men better the Foxes result against Peterborough United, which is a 3pm kick-off, they will move up to second by close of play on Saturday.
They have a tough task on their hands against Brighton, though, who lie just outside the Play-Off places.
The Seagulls were defeated last time out, 3-1 against Sheffield Wednesday, so manager Gus Poyet will be looking for a positive response from his players in the live match.
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