7 Days of Sport: West Brom prominent in Champions League week
01:30, Sky Sports 2: Denver Broncos @ Detroit Lions – Peyton Manning takes his Broncos outfit to winless Detroit hoping to make it three wins out of three to start the season
20:00, Sky Sports 1: West Brom v Everton – The Baggies host the Toffees with both sides struggling to set the scoreboard alight in the Premier League
16:45, ITV4: Tonga v Namibia – Neither side are expected to reach the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup, but have the chance to showcase their skills in Exeter
19:45, BT Sport 2: Arsenal v Olympiakos – After falling to defeat in Zagreb in the opening game, Arsenal will need to rally back at home in the Champions League
19:45, BT Sport Europe: Man United v Wolfsburg – With his Red Devils top of the Premier League, Louis van Gaal will look to correct the Champions League form that saw them lose at PSV last time
19:45, BT Sport Extra: Juventus v Sevilla – An intriguing battle between last season’s Champions League finalists and Europa League victors is in store
16:45, ITV 1: Wales v Fiji – Following their uplifting win in the face of injuries against England, Wales look to record consecutive triumphs when they battle the Fijians
20:00, BT Sport 2: Celtic v Fenerbahce – The Ladbrokes Premiership giants go up against Robin van Persie, Nani and the rest of the Fener side in Group A
19:45, Sky Sports 2: Rotherham v Burnley – The on-the-rise Millers look to make it three wins on the spin when they host Sean Dyche’s Burnley, themselves winless in two
12:45, BT Sport 1: Crystal Palace v West Brom – Alan Pardew’s Eagles hope to dampen West Brom’s confidence on the road. The visitors are yet to lose an away league game this term
17:30, Sky Sports 1: Chelsea v Southampton – A second consecutive slot on Saturday Night Football for the Blues, after last week’s draw with Newcastle
13:30, Sky Sports 1: Everton v Liverpool – The first Merseyside derby of the season arrives with Brendan Rodgers under constant pressure
16:00, Sky Sports 1: Arsenal v Man Utd – Arsene Wenger has lost more games against Manchester United as a manager than any other club, dropping 24 of the 50 he’s contested
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