Don’t even think about reaching for the remote, because there’s a stack of unmissable sport heading your way…
From Saturday 27 October, Sky Sports
The F1 season zooms into Mexico; Manchester United and Arsenal keep the ball rolling in the Premier League; Wembley hosts its final NFL showdown of the year; and England take to the crease for a T20 tussle against Sri Lanka.
Plus, with one of the biggest tennis tournaments of 2018 being served up in Paris and a familiar face in the world of golf defending his coveted title in Turkey, this is one serious showcase of sporting talent.
Here are seven shouts you need to know about…
Sri Lanka v England
Saturday 27 October, 2pm, Sky Sports Cricket/HD (CH 514/504)
Following their recent ODI series, and with a Test series to come, England and Sri Lanka face off in Colombo for a one-off Twenty20 showdown that’s sure to be an explosive encounter. Think of it as the spicy filling in a delicious cricket sandwich.
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Sunday 28 October, 12.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League/HD (CH 512/502)
The Unai Emery revolution continues for an in-form Arsenal at Crystal Palace this Sunday, but the Gunners should expect a battle at Selhurst Park. The Eagles are perched precariously near the foot of the table and will be expected to fight tooth and nail – or should that be beak and claw?
Philadelphia Eagles @ Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday 28 October, 1pm, Sky Sports Action/HD (CH 517/507)
Grab the popcorn and the oversized soda, and get ready for the third and final NFL game to be played at Wembley Stadium this season. The Eagles are going toe to toe with the Jaguars, but who will wow the London crowd?
Manchester United v Everton
Sunday 28 October, 3.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League/HD (CH 512/502)
Who needs twisty-turny television dramas when you’ve got Manchester United this season? You just can’t take your eyes off the ongoing saga at Old Trafford right now, and up next for the Red Devils is a tricky Premier League clash with a dangerous Everton side.
FORMULA ONE 2018 MEXICAN GRAND PRIX
Sunday 28 October, 6.10pm, Sky Sports F1®/HD (CH 516/506)
With just three races remaining this season, the superstars of F1 head to Mexico City for another adrenalin-pumping contest. Lewis Hamilton clinched the title here 12 months ago, though it was Max Verstappen who finished top of the podium.
ATP Rolex Paris Masters
Monday 29 October, 10am, Sky Sports Arena/HD (CH 518/508)
After a tennis tournament with a certain je ne sais quoi? You’ll find it in Paris from Monday, as the biggest stars of the men’s game – including Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic – square off at the final Masters 1000 event of the year.
Turkish Airlines Open
Thursday 1 November, 9am, Sky Sports Golf/HD (CH 515/505)
All eyes will be on 2017 champion Justin Rose when he returns to Antalya to defend his Turkish Airlines Open crown. Part of the European Tour’s prestigious (not to mention lucrative) Rolex Series, expect plenty of other big names to be in attendance when the action tees off.
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