The live summer football party continues with no less than eleven games to enjoy BT Sport this week.
From most unmissable Premier League action, a FA Cup semifinal – for one of the most avid rivalries in world football – we organized your week’s entertainment.
A rich football program starts on Wednesday night with Newcastle United hosting Tottenham live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate from 17.30.
Jose Mourinho’s Spurs will try to take advantage of last weekend’s victory over rivals from North London Arsenal with the race for Europe in full ascent.
Tottenham still has an outside chance to qualify for the Champions League but they know they can’t afford to lose more points, starting with a midweek trip to Tyneside to face Steve Bruce’s Magpies.
Thursday we have a double header in the Premier League with in-form Manchester United en route 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 have already been advertised as real title challengers for the coming season.
With the emergence of Mason Greenwood and the Portuguese revelation of Bruno Fernandes, viewers will not want to get lost in seeing the most exciting team in the league at this moment at full speed.
On BT Sport 2HD from 20:00 that evening, rivals of the south coast Southampton is Brighton head to head with Albion passionate about Graham Potter to put a safe distance between them and the drop zone.
On Friday night, attention turns to the race for a place in the Football League.
Boreham Wood faces Halifax Town in the first of the two Vanarama National League Play-off eliminators with Yeovil Town v Barnet scheduled for Saturday afternoon.
Saturday night entertainment is classified as Arsenal and Manchester City meeting at Wembley for a spot in the FA Cup final.
Arsenal, 13 times record winner, will try to turn the odds upside down when they meet the reigning champions of the City in what will surely be a mouth-watering match.
The couple will meet in Wembley for the third time in three years after the 2017 meetings FA Cup semifinal and 2018 League Cup the final.
Arsenal won the previous 2-1 semifinal and went on to defeat Chelsea in the final, but remains the last time they overtook City.
Coverage from the football club starts from 7:00 PM on Saturday on BT Sport 1HD and BT Sport Ultimate.
A huge south coast derby completes the weekend’s Premier League drama on BT Sport, while Bournemouth will host Southampton in a cherry match on Sunday.
A shocking victory over Leicester City chasing the Champions League has given Eddie Howe’s men a renewed hope of beating the fall, but Bournemouth knows that victory over their rivals over the sea is critical if they want to escape a miraculous escape.
So on Monday evening, wolves chasing Europe – which are still in the Europa League – welcome Crystal Palace to Molineux.
Roy Hodgson’s men are clamoring for a return to form having fought after the resumption of the league and clashed against a side of the Wolves with still a lot to play.
As if that weren’t enough, we are also showing three live games from Turkish Super Lig including the bitter rivalry between the giants of Istanbul Besiktas and Fenerbahce.
Turkish giants Galatasaray host Goztepe on BT Sport 2HD from 19:00 on Friday, before the promising Europa League Istanbul Basaksehir host Kayserispor at the same time on Saturday on BT Sport 1HD.
The Super Lig action ends with one of the most heated rivalries of European football while Besiktas goes on tiptoe with the city rivals Fenerbahce on Sunday evening from 19:00 on BT Sport 1HD.
For a complete list of upcoming BT Sport events, take a look at our What’s Up!