As we roll around again to Easter, Brits are getting geared up for their annual four-day weekend (and here’s hoping that the weather drastically improves before then).
There’ll be plenty of football to watch on the ol’ telly-box, with domestic action resuming on Good Friday after another round of European fixtures in midweek.
Here’s your comprehensive lowdown of Good Friday’s fixtures which will be broadcast in the UK.
All times are BST
We’ll start in England, where Good Friday’s action kicks off with Nottingham Forest’s trip to fellow promotion hopefuls Luton Town at 12:30 on Sky Sports.
Bournemouth’s clash with Middlesbrough will be the 15:00 game broadcast on the same channel, though fans in the UK will be able to stream other Championship matches at the same time via official club partners as this timeslot does not fall under the jurisdiction of the Saturday blackout.
QPR travel north to take on Huddersfield at 17:30, before Derby round off the evening’s action when they welcome runaway leaders Fulham to Pride Park.
There’s also some non-league action to look forward to, with Hollywood sweethearts Wrexham hosting Solihull Moors at 15:00 over on BT Sport.
On the continent, both Milan clubs are in action from 18:00 onward on BT Sport, and Monaco make the journey to Rennes in an important match at the top of Ligue 1.