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The good thing about writing a What's On Thursday blog is that Friday is only a day away! Here's whats's coming up...


There are plenty of important Europa League games taking place with our attention focused on the English sides taking place...

Hull v Lokeran (19.45)

Inter Milan v Stjarnan Gardabae (19.45)

The Champions League group stage draw is set to take place tomorrow afternoon and we’ll all be on the edge of our seats awaiting each team’s fate.

With only days left of the Transfer Window, things are heating up for Premier League clubs.

What's On: Wednesday

We have plenty of sporting action for you...


ATP US Open 1st Round

Marinko Matosevic v Rodger Federer - SkySports3 - 00:10

WTA US Open 1st Round

Serena Williams v Taylor Townsend - SkySports3 - 02:30



Tonight is the second leg of the final qualifying round in the Champions League, and there are five fantastic matches to bet on! 

The weekend might be over, but there's still some English League Cup action to come, so we thought we'd give you the chance to win yourself another Free £25 Bet. 

A few days ago the big transfer news amongst football fans was Mario Balotelli moving to Liverpool, now the big news is Angel Di Maria moving to Manchester United.

United have been trying to up their game this season and have been looking at big names to strengthen their team for the League.

We’re fast approaching transfer deadline day and it looks as though there are still plenty of signings yet to be made. 

What’s On: Tuesday


WTA US Open – Round 1

Maria Sharapova v Maria Kirilenko – SkySports3 – 00:00

ATP US Open – Round 1

Novak Djokovic v Diego Sebastian Schwartzman – SkySports3 – 01:15



Transfer Rumours - Monday

Check out today's speculations in the transfer window! 

Manchester united have agreed a £59.7m deal to sign Real Midrid winger Angel Di Maria. He will complete his medical ahead of the move and signlater today. This deal will be a British transfer record. United are also said to be closing in on Arturo Vidal, if a deal was to be done, it would take United's spending past £200m.