The Grand National 2017 is live from 5.15pm
The eyes of the racing world turn to Aintree this afternoon for the Grand National 2017.
The 170th edition of the world’s most famous race is one of the highlights of the spring calendar, with even those who don’t normally bet getting in on the action.
There’s a full field of 40 runners taking to the post at 5.15pm, with Definitely Red. The Last Samuri and Vieux Lion Rouge among the current favourites at the bookies.
With a beautiful sunlit day and good ground, the race could be set to be a classic, so if you want to live stream today’s Premier League clash, here is Express.co.uk's guide to watching all the action on your laptop, smartphone or other connected devices.
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How to watch Grand National 2017
ITV is showing the 2017 Grand National live from Aintree this afternoon, with coverage starts at 4.35 pm and the big race at 5.15pm.
Ed Chamberlin presents with analysis from AP McCoy, Mick Fitzgerald, Luke Harvey and Brian Gleeson, commentary by Richard Hoiles and reports from Brough Scott, Matt Chapman, Oli Bell and Alice Plunkett.
Racing fans can watch online by visiting itv.com, and can also tune in on your TV or online via ITV's app.
Now named ITV Hub, this app is available on both Apple iPhone, iPad and most Android devices and is free to download.
Users can also tune in via Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT Vision, Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, NOW TV, Freeview Play and Virgin Media.
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It's worth noting that you'll need a valid TV Licence if you watch or record live programmes as it is a criminal offence in the UK to watch “live” television without a TV licence.
And if you're away from home and don't have a decent wifi connection – you might want to avoid watching an entire match on your smartphone.
A full Six Nations game streamed to your smartphone or tablet will use around 700MB of data.
You’ll also need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer. This applies to any device you use.