Watch live Premier League football and ATP tennis this weekend with the Sky Sports Boost

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There is a trio of fascinating fixtures in the top flight of English football this weekend, and they will all be broadcast live on Sky Sports' dedicated Premier League channel.

Stoke City v Leicester City, Saturday at 12:30pm on Sky Sports Premier League

Leicester v Stoke

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Leicester City got off to a strong start under new manager Claude Puel last weekend with fleet-footed winger Demarai Gray particularly impressive. Will the young Englishman continue to shine for the Foxes against struggling Stoke? Find out on Saturday lunchtime.

Manchester City v Arsenal, Sunday at 2:15pm on Sky Sports Premier League

Arsenal v Man City

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Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are flying high at the top of the table having won eight league games in a row. Can a resurgent Arsenal travel north and clip their wings on Sunday afternoon? Expect plenty of attacking flair and goals during this mouth-watering match-up.

Chelsea v Manchester United, Sunday at 4:30pm on Sky Sports Premier League

Manchester United v Chelsea - Premier League

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Jose Mourinho will return to his old stomping ground knowing that a win is required to keep pace with cross-town Man City. However, the reigning Premier League champions will be no pushover in what is sure to be an explosive encounter both on the pitch and in the technical area.

ATP Rolex Paris Masters Final, Sunday at 2pm on Sky Sports Action

Rafa Nadal

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There's also world-class live tennis to watch this week with action on both Saturday and Sunday. In the absence of Nadal, Murray, Federer and Djokovic,it's time for the likes of Cilic, Del Potro and Zverev to step out from the shadows and claim this prestigious hard court title on Sunday afternoon.

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