THE START OF THE new Premier League season and a huge weekend full of action in Croke Park.
These are the sporting highlights of the next few days that have a lot to offer TV viewers. Arsenal score in the Premier League opener against Brentford tonight, while Man United against Leeds United tomorrow and Tottenham against Man City on Sunday are other outstanding games this weekend.
In Croke Park tomorrow there are two big All-Ireland- Semifinals between Dublin and Mayo, while Cork will face Meath on Sunday after Offaly and Roscommon U20 footballers battle it out for cutlery.
12.30 p.m .: The second round of the Cazoo Classic in England on the European Tour will take place on Sky Sports Golf takes place.
7.30 p.m .: Bundesliga action between Bayern Munich and Borussia Mönchengladbach on Sky Sports Football. At the same time you can watch Rangers vs Dunfermline at Premier Sports 1.
Padraig Harrington is in PGA Tour action this weekend.
Source: Peter Fitzpatrick / INPHO
12.30 p.m .: Manchester United v Leeds United in the Premier League at BT Sport 1, while Peterborough v Derby County in the championship at Sky Sports Football.
3:45 p.m .: TG4 Dublin has against Mayo in the first of the All-Ireland semi-finals in senior women’s football.
5.30 p.m .: Norwich City meets Liverpool in the Premier League at the Sky Sports Main Event. Borussia Dortmund against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga is on Sky Sports Football.
Mayo players celebrate their final Connacht victory.
Source: Tommy Dickson / INPHO
6:00 p.m .: It’s the big game at Croke Park, Dublin’s newest meeting against Mayo is taking place on RTÉ 2 and at the Sky Sports Arena, with an all-Irish senior football final too .
6:00 p.m .: The third round of the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour takes place on Sky Sports Golf.
8:00 p.m .: PSG against Strasbourg in Ligue 1 at BT Sport 2 and Swansea City against Sheffiled United in the championship at the Sky Sports Main Event.
8:10 am: Live AFL action on BT Sport 3 while Fremantle plays the West Coast Eagles, while Melbourne plays Adelaide Crows earlier on the same channel at 5:10 am .
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1.30 p.m .: A novel EirGrid All-Ireland final pair in Croke Park, TG4, shows the U20 footballers from Offaly against Roscommon.
Offaly celebrate their Leinster U20 football title win.
Source: Lorraine O’Sullivan / INPHO
2:00 p.m .: Newcastle United vs West Ham is the opening game of the Premier League of the day at the Sky Sports Main Event.
3:00 p.m .: LOI TV action with Bohemians against Sligo Rovers, Derry City against Dundalk and Drogheda United against Shamrock Rovers. At the same time, it’s Celtic against Hearts at Premier Sports 1.
3.30 p.m .: TG4 has Cork against Meath in the second semifinals of All-Ireland Senior Women’s Football.
Meath players after their recent win over Armagh.
Source: John McVitty / INPHO
4.30 p.m.: Man City meets Tottenham at the Sky Sports Main Event, while Atletico Madrid takes on Celta Vigo on LaLiga TV.
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