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7 days of sport: Arsenal, Liverpool and Celtic lead in the week

| 23.08.2015


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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Iain Houten

Iain has been contributing pieces to various websites on an array of subjects, including sports, politics and art, for over four years. Despite blue being his favourite colour, the teams he supports all wear red.