Sports TV Guide: Premier League and Champions League feature

There’s a busy week of sport to look forward to with the Carabao Cup and Champions League qualifiers in midweek.

Plus, there’s the UEFA Super Cup final from Tallin, the second round of Premier League games and much, much more.

Here’s how to watch the week’s highlights:


Cologne v Union Berlin – 7:30pm, BT Sport 3


AEK Athens v Celtic, Champions League qualifier – 7:00pm BT Sport 2

Yeovil Town v Aston Villa, Carabao Cup – 7:45pm, Sky Sports Football


Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid, UEFA Super Cup – 7:45pm, BT Sport 2


Maribor v Rangers, Europa League qualifier – 7:15pm, Premier Sports

Sunderland v Sheffield Wednesday, Carabao Cup – 7:45pm, Sky Sports Football


Girona v Real Valladolid, La Liga – 7:15pm, Eleven Sports Facebook (Live Streaming)

Birmingham City v Swansea City, Championship – 7:45pm, Sky Sports Football


Australia v New Zealand, Rugby Championship – 11:00am, Sy Sports Action

England v India, Test Cricket – 11:00am, Sky Sports Cricket

Cardiff City v Newcastle United, Premier League – 12:30pm, Sky Sports Football

Partick Thistle v Celtic, Scottish League Cup – 12:30pm, BT Sport 1

ITV Racing, Newbury, Newmarket and Ripon – 1:30pm, ITV4

South Africa v Argentina, Rugby Championship – 4:05pm, Sky Sports Action

Chievo v Juventus, Serie A – 5:00pm, Eleven Sports Facebook (Live Streaming)

Preston NE v Stoke City, Championship – 5:30pm, Sky Sports Football

Chelsea v Arsenal, Premier League – 5:30, BT Sport 1

Frampton v Jackson/Fury v Pianeta, boxing – 8:00pm, BT Sport 1


England v India, Test Cricket – 11:00am, Sky Sports Cricket

Kilmarnock v Rangers, Scottish League Cup – 12:30pm, BT Sport 1

Manchester City v Huddersfield, Premier League – 12:30, Sky Sports Football

Liverpool Ladies v Manchester United Women, Women’s FA Cup – 2:00pm, BT Sport 2

Brighton v Manchester United, Premier League, 4:00pm, Sky Sports Football

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Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.