WEEK AHEAD: Rugby World Cup, International football, PGA from Wentworth and the Premier League is back!
Monday We kick off the week in the Premier League as Nottingham Forest take on Burnley at 20:00. You can catch all the excitement live on Sky Sports.
The return of the UEFA Champions League takes centre stage on Tuesday. AC Milan face off against Newcastle at 17:45, followed by Manchester City vs. Red Star Belgrade at 20:00. Both matches will be broadcast live on TNT Sports.
For cricket fans, Wednesday means the beginning of the ODI series between England and Ireland, the first of which starts at 12:00 on Sky Sports. The evening entertainment comes from the UEFA Champions League with Bayern Munich taking on Manchester United and Arsenal facing off against PSV Eindhoven. Both matches kick off at 20:00 and will be broadcast live on TNT Sports.
Golf enthusiasts, get ready for another first round Thursday as the Open de France on the DP World Tour starts from 12:00 on Sky Sports. There is more European football action as the Europa Conference League serves up Legia Warsaw vs. Aston Villa, and we move up a tier to the Europa league for LASK vs. Liverpool at 17:45. Later in the evening, catch Brighton vs. AEK Athens and West Ham vs. TSC Backa Topola at 20:00. All these exciting matches can be viewed on TNT Sports.
The Open de France continues on Friday at 12:00 on Sky Sports, followed by Birmingham City taking on Queens Park Rangers in the Championship on Sky Sports at 20:00.
We bowl into Saturday with the 2nd ODI between England and Ireland at 11:00 on Sky Sports, followed closely on the same channel by the third round the Open de France at 12:30. Flat racing heads to Scotland for the Ayr Gold Cup Festival at 13:15 on ITV. Rugby World Cup excitement unfolds once again with England facing Chile at 16:45, plus the weekend’s marquee fixture which sees South Africa take on Ireland at 20:00, both on ITV. The Premier League roars back to life with Brentford vs. Everton at 17:30, live on Sky Sports, whilst TNT Sports claims coverage of Burnley vs. Manchester United at 20:00.
Set those alarms early on Sunday morning for the Japanese Grand Prix at 06:00 on Sky Sports. Golf’s Open de France on the DP World Tour continues at 12:00 on Sky Sports as the greens await the final round, and the champion will be crowned. In a highly anticipated day of Premier League action, Arsenal take on Tottenham in the Premier League at 14:00, you can catch the North London derby live on Sky Sports. You’ve no need to switch channels if you want to catch Sheffield United vs. Newcastle United at 16:30. Fear not rugby fans as it is not solely a day of football, you have Scotland vs. Tonga to sink your teeth into at 16:45 on ITV, followed by Wales vs. Australia at 20:00.