Unfortunately, the Queen will be watching from home after pulling out of attending the Surrey festival due to “discomfort”.
Furthermore, this year’s race will be run in honour of Lester Piggott, the nine-time Derby winner, who died last week at the age of 86.
Desert Crown tops the bill as the Derby favourite going into the weekend, the main event scheduled for 4.30pm BST with the day’s action to start at 2pm.
Here are all the details for tuning in…
How to watch the Epsom Derby
TV channel: ITV1 will be broadcasting live coverage of the Derby, plus four other races, with the programme starting at 12.40pm.
Racing TV will show full build-up and all seven races on the card.
Live stream: ITV’s coverage will be able to stream live via the ITV Hub website and app.
Racing TV subscribers can stream all the action live via the Racing TV website and app.