WEEK AHEAD: A Heavyweight Week Of Rivalries

WEEK AHEAD: A Heavyweight Week Of Rivalries

WEEK AHEAD: A huge week of Premier League action is accompanied by the next Grand Prix in the F1 calendar and a massive All-British World Heavyweight Title bout.


Kicking off the week on Monday we have IPL action with Rajasthan taking on KKR at 15:00 on Sky Sports, before we move into European football territory in the evening as Napoli welcome Roma at 18:00 on BT Sport.

Tuesday follows the same format, starting with an IPL fixture, before we have the ever-enthralling Liverpool and Manchester United fixture to see us through the evening at 20:00 on Sky Sports.

Not wanting to break a pattern, Wednesday too gets involved in the cricket and then a football-winning formula as the Delhi Capitals clash with the Kings XI Punjab, before Monaco and Nice are in action followed by another mouth-watering clash between Chelsea and Arsenal.

Thursday does break from tradition as we get underway with the ISPS Handa Championship live from Omitama at 13:00 on Sky Sports. We then head back to India for the IPL before making our way to New Orleans for the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Both golfing competitions will be available on Sky Sports until their conclusion on Sunday. Heading into the evening we have a night of Premier League Darts to look forward to from 19:00 and Burnley face up to Southampton from 19:45.

Friday is all about the Formula One as qualifying gets underway in Imola, before Saturday’s all-important Sprint Race.

Also featuring on Saturday is another headline game for Manchester United as they face their second rival of the week in the shape of Arsenal in the lunchtime kick off on BT Sport. The main event though goes to Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte in their heavyweight bout which should be a blockbuster. The coverage starts from 18:00 and will be one not to be missed.

Rounding out the week on Sunday will be Chelsea and Everton from 14:00 on Sky Sports, and the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix itself gets underway at the same time, before Liverpool and Everton close the curtain on a week full of rivalries.

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