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There's plenty of quality racing on the cards on Thursday with two all weather meetings from Kempton and Lingfield, full cards at Clonmel, Sedgefield and Stratford and Group 1 and 3 races from Saint-cloud. 

So Man City have taken a turn for the worst having been beaten my West Ham last weekend and getting knocked out of the League Cup by Newcastle last night.

Hugo Palmer and Aktabantay are both safely in Santa Anita ahead of tomorrow's Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf. It's a big day for the Newmarket handler and he is hopeful that a mile on quick ground will be just the ticket for Aktabantay.

Thursday, one looonnngg day until the weekend. Luckily there's plenty of sport to get you through the day!

Football

Mouscron v Club Brugge on Premier Sports at 19:30

Verona v Lazio on BT Sport 1 at 19:45

Netherlands Ladies v Scotland Ladies on BBC Alba at 18:00

Having met at this stage in the League Cup a year ago, Newcastle will be hoping for a better result tonight.

Today our focus is across the water at Punchestown. This meeting will be a mix between jump and Flat racing and will bring out the best of the Irish scene.

The Final Series gets underway this week, starting with the BMW Masters in Shanghai. It is the first of four events which will culminate in Dubai. Seven memebers of Europe successful Ryder Cup team will take part, so, who are you with?

Wondering what to do today? Watch the sport of course!

Football

Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory on BT Sport 1 at 11:00

Hamburg v Bayern Munich on ESPN at 19:30

KV Kortrijk v Anderlecht on Premier Sports at 19:30

Cagliari v AC Milan on BT Sport 2 at 19:45

Man City v Newcastle United on Sky Sports 1 at 19:45

Genoa v Juventus on BT Sport 1 at 19:45

There was delight for Harry Fry and his team as Presenting Arms finally got off the mark over hurdles at Wincanton on Sunday.

Tuesday has plenty of racing action to keep us entertained with four locations across the UK and Ireland, particular focus is on Catterick today.

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