WEEK AHEAD: Rugby World Cup, International football, PGA from Wentworth and the Premier League is back!
Monday We kick off the week with continued action from the international break as Rob Page’s Wales side travel to Latvia for a European Championship qualifier, live on BBC from 19:45.
The international football action carries through to Tuesday as England take on Scotland in an international friendly on Channel 4 from 19:45. Prior to that is the 2nd ODI in the three-match series between England Women and Sri Lanka on Sky Sports from 11:30.
Sky Sports host more ODI action on Wednesday as England and New Zealand take to the field at 12:30 for the third of four matches in the series.
It wouldn’t be Thursday if there wasn’t golfing action to enjoy and this week it brings the first round of the BMW PGA Championship as coverage begins on Sky Sports from 08:30. The ODI series between England Women and Sri Lanka concludes on Sky Sports at 12:30. Fear not, there is not just one golf tournament to dive into this week, as round one from the Fortinet Championship on the PGA Tour provides the night’s entertainment from 23:00 on Sky Sports.
Friday is another ODI sandwich surrounded by golf on Sky Sports. The fourth ODI between England and New Zealand gets underway from 12:30, flanked by BMW PGA Championship and Fortinet Championship, live from 08:30 and 23:00 on Sky Sports respectively.
Saturday’s morning action comes from the BMW PGA Championship with a familiar start time of 08:30 on Sky Sports. With the international break over, Premier League football is back with a bang as Liverpool take on Wolves at 12:30 on TNT Sports. Throughout the afternoon there will action from Doncaster Racecourse on ITV, with the St Ledger the pick of the races as coverage begins at 13:50. Next up on TNT Sports is the Milan derby as AC Milan take on Inter from 17:15. Sky Sports plays host to a packed evening of sport as Newcastle v Brentford kicks off at 17:30, followed by third round action from the Fortinet Championship at 23:00.
Sunday The end of the week means the end of both the BMW PGA Championship and Fortinet Championship as the final rounds from both tournaments will be live on Sky Sports from 08:30 and 19:00 respectively. Formula 1 stops off in Marina Bay this weekend as the Singapore Grand Prix takes place at 13:00 on Sky Sports. The rest of the afternoon and evening on Sky Sports will be spent in the Premier League with Bournemouth v Chelsea live from 14:00, followed Everton v Arsenal at 16:30.