Haircuts. We can get haircuts now. And if you missed out on a hallowed pub garden spot for tonight, do not fret, because the football never ends.
Premier League games continue on Monday Night Football with Everton among the teams in action this evening as they seek to get their season back on track.
The Toffees’ form has dipped in recent weeks, and so have their chances of sneaking a top four finish.
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They face Brighton in a bid to spring into seventh place with a game in hand on rivals Liverpool up in sixth, while West Brom continue to fight a losing battle in the relegation zone when they take on Southampton.
Games across all competitions continue to be shown across Sky Sports and BT Sport platforms, while Amazon Prime Video boasts occasional matches throughout the season and ITV has the rights to England matches.
Check out your guide to the best football matches on TV today, and for the rest of the week.
Monday 12th April
Tuesday 13th April
Chelsea v PSG (8pm) BT Sport 2
PSG v Bayern Munich (8pm) BT Sport 3
Women’s International friendlies
England v Canada (7:15pm) BBC Four / BBC iPlayer
Wales v Denmark (7:15pm) BBC Sport website / BBC iPlayer
Northern Ireland v Ukraine (7:45pm) BBC Two (NI only) / BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer
Wednesday 14th April
Dortmund v Man City (8pm) BT Sport 3
Liverpool v Real Madrid (8pm) BT Sport 2
Thursday 15th April
Slavia Prague v Arsenal (8pm) BT Sport 1
Man Utd v Granada (8pm) BT Sport 2
Roma v Ajax (8pm) BT Sport 3
Villarreal v Dinamo Zagreb (8pm) BT Sport ESPN
Friday 16th April
Saturday 17th April
FA Cup semi-finals
Chelsea v Man City (5:30pm) BBC One / BBC iPlayer
Scottish Cup fourth round
Rangers v Celtic (4pm) Premier Sports 1
Sunday 18th April
FA Cup semi-finals
Leicester v Southampton (6:30pm) BT Sport 1
For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Premier League fixtures.