Sky Sports have exclusive rights to broadcast two huge Premier League games this Super Sunday, but not everyone is lucky enough to have a Sky Sports subscription.
Many of you non-subscribers will therefore surely be asking: “How can I watch Man Utd vs Tottenham without Sky Sports?”
The answer is simple, and cheap!
This gives you live access to seven Sky Sports channels for a full 24 hours from when you make your purchase.
So, as well as watching Spurs tackle Manchester United at Old Trafford at 2.15pm on Sunday, you can stick with Now TV for Liverpool vs West Ham at 4.30pm too.
For the football hipsters among you, Sunday’s Sky offerings also include Derby County v Nottingham Forest, Celta Vigo v Sevilla, FC Twente v Ajax, Espanyol v Sporting Gijon and Real Betis v Athletic Bilbao.
Man Utd vs Tottenham
Man Utd vs Spurs is undoubtably the game of the day, though, with the fifth-placed visitors coming to the Theatre of Dreams looking to open up a nine-point gap between themselves and the underperforming Red Devils, who simply cannot afford to lose.
Spurs have won two of their last four away games against United, while Jose Mourinho’s side will likely come into the match with fatigue issues, having played in the Ukraine on Thursday night.
Liverpool vs West Ham
Although Liverpool will start this game as clear favourites, West Ham have been a bit of a bogey side for the Reds in recent times.
The Hammers beat Liverpool three times in four games last season, as well as holding the Reds to a goalless draw at Anfield.
However, it would be a huge shock if relegation-threatened West Ham were able to extend their unbeaten run against Jurgen Klopp’s men, who have scored 49 goals in 18 games in all competitions so far during an explosive 2016-17 campaign.