The feast of live summer football just keeps on coming with no fewer than eleven games to enjoy on BT Sport this week.
From more unmissable Premier League action, an FA Cup semi-final – to one of the fiercest rivalries in world football – we’ve got your week’s entertainment sorted.A packed schedule of kicks off on Wednesday evening with Newcastle United hosting Tottenham live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 5.30pm.
Jose Mourinho’s Spurs will be looking to build on last weekend’s victory over north London rivals Arsenal with the race for Europe hotting up.
Tottenham still have an outside chance of qualifying for the Champions League but know they cannot afford to drop any more points, starting with a midweek trip to Tyneside to face Steve Bruce’s Magpies.
We’ve got a Premier League double-header on Thursday with in-form Manchester United traveling to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace with Champions League football in their sights.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils have been a team on a mission since the restart and are already being touted as genuine title challengers for next season.
With the emergence of Mason Greenwood and the Portuguese revelation that is Bruno Fernandes, viewers won’t want to miss seeing the most exciting side in the league right now in full flow.Over on BT Sport 2HD from 8pm that evening, south-coast rivals Southampton and Brighton go head-to-head with Graham Potter’s Albion keen to put safe distance between themselves and the drop-zone.
Friday night sees attention turn to the race for a place in the Football League.
Boreham Wood face Halifax Town in the first of two Vanarama National League Play-Off eliminators with Yeovil Town v Barnet scheduled for the Saturday afternoon.
Your Saturday night entertainment is sorted as Arsenal and Manchester City meet at Wembley for a place in the final of the FA Cup.
Record 13-time winners Arsenal will be looking to upset the odds when they meet defending champions City in what is sure to be a mouth-watering encounter.
The pair will clash at Wembley for the third time in three years after meetings in the 2017 FA Cup semi-final and the 2018 League Cup final.
Arsenal won the previous semi-final 2-1 and went on to defeat Chelsea in the final but that remains the last time they’ve overcome City.
Coverage from the home of football begins from 7pm on Saturday on BT Sport 1HD and on BT Sport Ultimate.A huge south-coast derby rounds off the weekend’s Premier League drama on BT Sport, as Bournemouth host Southampton in a must-win match for the Cherries on Sunday.
A shock victory over Champions League-chasing Leicester City has given Eddie Howe’s men renewed hope of beating the drop, but Bournemouth know victory over their sea-side rivals is paramount if they are to pull off a miraculous escape.
Then on Monday night, European-chasing Wolves – who are still in the Europa League – welcome Crystal Palace to Molineux.
Roy Hodgson’s men are clamouring for a return to form having struggled since the league’s resumption and come up against a Wolves side with plenty still to play for.
As if that wasn’t enough, we’re also showing three live games from the Turkish Super Lig including the bitter rivalry between Istanbul giants Besiktas and Fenerbahce.
Friday sees Turkish giants Galatasaray host Goztepe on BT Sport 2HD from 7pm, before Europa League hopefuls Istanbul Basaksehir host Kayserispor at the same time on Saturday on BT Sport 1HD.
The Super Lig action concludes with one of the fiercest rivalries in European football as Besiktas go toe-to-toe with city rivals Fenerbahce on Sunday evening from 7pm on BT Sport 1HD.