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Focus on football: coming up this autumn

Take a look at the bar-filling Premier League and European action on BT Sport

Have you been craving your fix of domestic and European action during the second international break of the season?

Hang in there because we’ve got a load of unmissable Premier League and European football to ensure you have an awesome autumn.

Here’s some of what’s coming your way.


Premier League


Watford vs Liverpool

Saturday October 16, 12.30pm

Unless the Hornets make another managerial change in the meantime, Claudio Ranieri should be in the dugout for this one. It’s a tough starter against an in-form Liverpool.



Chelsea vs Norwich

Saturday October 23, 12.30pm

Talking about toughies, they don’t come much harder than trips to the Bridge when you’re at the foot of the table and in need of points. Can the Canaries spring a surprise?



Leicester vs Arsenal

Saturday October 30, 12.30pm

With Arsenal on the up and Leicester struggling to hit the heights of the previous couple of seasons this lunchtime clash is tricky to call.



Brighton vs Newcastle

Saturday November 6, 12.30pm

The geographical distance between these two clubs is mirrored by league positions, though it’s Newcastle who are down south in that regard. They’ll be looking to bridge that gap.



Leicester vs Chelsea

Saturday November 20, 12.30pm

We’ve got a repeat of last season’s FA Cup Final. The Foxes came out on top in that one. Can they repeat the trick?



Arsenal vs Newcastle

Saturday November 27, 12.30pm

The Magpies have beaten the Gunners just once in the Premier League since 2010. That’s a stretch of 20 games and a run they’ll be looking to end in November. 


UEFA Champions League


Atletico vs Liverpool

Brugge vs Man City

Tuesday October 19, 8pm


Man Utd vs Atalanta

Chelsea vs Malmo

Wednesday October 20, 8pm


There’s no doubting the pick of the UCL games on Matchday 3. Liverpool travel to Spain for a top of the table clash against the La Liga champions. Man Utd need a win against Atalanta to get control of the group and City and Chelsea will be disappointed with anything other than three points.

The above fixtures are reversed on Matchday 4 (November 2,3) and on Matchday 5 (November 23, 24) we can look forward to potential box office deciders including Man City vs PSG, Villarreal vs Man Utd, Liverpool vs Porto and Chelsea vs Juventus.



UEFA Europa League


Celtic vs Ferencvaros

Tuesday October 19, 3.30pm


Spartak Moscow vs Leicester

Wednesday October 20, 3.30pm


Rangers vs Brondby

West Ham vs Genk

Thursday October 21, 8pm


UEFA Europa Conference


Vitesse vs Spurs

Thursday October 21, 8pm


The six British clubs continue their European quests across three different nights ­– giving venues plenty of choice. More matches follow on November 4 and 25.



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