World-class action coming your way on Sky Sports

World-class action coming your way on Sky Sports

From Premier League football to the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 and beyond, don’t miss these eight picks this week

You’re spoilt for choice on Sky Sports this week, with football, cricket, tennis, golf and more all ready to deliver epic entertainment

This week on Sky Sports

This week’s cornucopia of sporting delights on Sky Sports has a distinctly international feel, with top action taking place in some of the world’s most exotic locations: Sri Lanka, Dubai, Guyana, Brazil, and, um, West Bromwich. There’s also table-topping action in the Premier League, England’s Three Lions playing the USA, and the climax to the tennis season with the ATP Tour Finals. All that’s missing is a you-shaped dent in the sofa…

 

ICC Women’s World T20


Friday 9 November, 2.30pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

Just over two weeks of sizzling T20 action from the West Indies gets under way this week, as the best teams in the world battle it out for Twenty20 glory. Starting with New Zealand taking on India, all 23 matches from the tournament will be live and exclusive on Sky Sports. Bring it on!

 

West Bromwich Albion v Leeds United

Saturday 10 November, 5.15pm, Sky Sports Football/HD (CH 513/503)

Two of the Sky Bet Championship’s promotion hopefuls clash at the Hawthorns, as free-scoring West Brom face a rejuvenated Leeds. Dwight Gayle and Jay Rodriguez will be hoping to continue their fine form in front of goal, but Leeds’ sturdy defence, marshalled by Luke Ayling and goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell, will have other ideas.

 

Nitto ATP Finals

Sunday 11 November, 12pm, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)

The world’s eight best male tennis players clash at London’s O2 Arena for this traditional season-ending tournament. Between them, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have won this event 11 times and will start as joint-favourites. In stark contrast, Rafael Nadal is seeking to lift the trophy for the first time. Get ready for a week of ace action that also includes a doubles competition.

 

Chelsea v Everton

Sunday 11 November, 1pm, Sky Sports Premier League/HD (CH 512/502)

Chelsea’s scintillating start to the Premier League season continues with a clash at home to Everton. The hosts have an excellent record against the Merseysiders at Stamford Bridge (they’ve scored 10 goals and conceded precisely none in the past four encounters here) but they could come unstuck against Marco Silva’s improved Toffees.

 

Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix

Sunday 11 November, 3.30pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)

Despite the championship being done and dusted, organisers at Interlagos would be thrilled to recapture the excitement of 2017’s race, which saw the first four finishers separated by just 5.5 seconds. This is a happy hunting ground for Sebastian Vettel, who won here a year ago, while Lewis Hamilton has triumphed here only once.

 

Sri Lanka v England

Wednesday 14 November, 4am, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)

Set your alarm and put the coffee on, because it’s an early start for the crucial second Test between England and Sri Lanka in Pallekele. The hosts don’t have such an impressive record here, but evergreen left-arm spinner Rangana Herath – as good as ever at the age of 40 – will do his best to rectify that against Joe Root’s tourists.

 

DP World Tour Championship Dubai

Thursday 15 November, 7am, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)

The 60 leading players from the European Tour travel to Dubai for the season’s gripping climax. Among the favourites will be reigning champion Jon Rahm, two-time winner Rory McIlroy, and the season’s star player, Francesco Molinari.

 

England v USA


Thursday 15 November, 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event/HD (CH 511/501)

England’s thrilling win over Spain was achieved by the nation’s youngest side in 59 years. Could Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate turn to youth again in this friendly against the USA at Wembley? The visitors also have a couple of promising youngsters of their own, including Christian Pulisic and Timothy ‘Son of George’ Weah.

 

Find out what’s on Sky Sports this week

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