7 days of sport: Arsenal, Liverpool and Celtic lead in the week
19.45, BT Sport Europe: Kaiserslautern v Paderborn – For all you 2.Bundesliga fans out there, the phone guys deliver.
20.00, Sky Sports 1: Arsenal v Liverpool – The third and fifth favourites for the Premier League title face off in what’s often a classic.
19.45, BT Sport Europe: Malmo v Celtic – Having won 3-2 at Parkhead, the Hoops need only hold their nerve in Sweden.
19.45, Sky Sports 1: Luton v Stoke – England’s 14th-placed side visit the League Two strugglers in the Capital One Cup.
19.45, BT Europe: Club Brugge v Manchester United – Marouane Fellaini’s goal in the 3-1 Old Trafford win puts Louis van Gaal’s men on course for the Champions League group stage.
19.45, Sky Sports: Barnsley v Everton – Toffees defender John Stones, who has been linked with a mega-money move away from Goodison Park this summer, returns to his hometown club in the Capital One Cup.
19.45, BT Sport Europe: FC Midtjylland v Southampton – Ronald Koeman’s Saints are under pressure in the Europa League, after drawing the first leg 1-1 at home.
15.00, British Eurosport: Vuelta Espana – The last cycling classic of the season continues, with Tour de France winner Chris Froome and runner-up Nairo Quintana facing off once more.
19.45, Sky Sports 1: Blackburn v Bolton – Rovers boss Gary Bowyer may not be around for this Lancashire derby, after Blackburn denied they sacked their 44-year-old gaffer over the weekend.
15.45 Channel 4: Doom Bar Celebration Mile – The likes of Arod, Estidkhaar and Moheet could contest this Goodwood Group 2.
17.30, Sky Sports 1: Tottenham v Everton – Two sides with aspirations of Premier League top-six finishes, at worst, clash at White Hart Lane.
01.00, Box Nation: Shane Mosley v Ricardo Mayorga – 43-year-old ‘Sugar’ Shane is 1/5 to beat his 41-year-old Nicaraguan opponent in California.
16.00, Sky Sport 1: Swansea v Man Utd – Having stumbled in a 0-0 draw at home to Newcastle, the Red Devils are faced with a tricky Premier League trip to Wales.
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