The year is drawing to a close but between now and then there is plenty of sporting action to keep your customers entertained. He are some of the big events to look out for in November.




It's getting towards the time of year when injuries creep in and managers find out what their squads are really made of. There are huge fixtures at home and in Europe, while the play-offs will decide the final places at the World Cup.



Thu 9 Northern Ireland v Switzerland, 7.45pm, WQC, Sky Sports
Thu 9 Scotland v Netherlands, 8pm, Friendly, Sky Sports

Fri 10 England v Germany, Friendly, 8pm, ITV
Sat 11 Denmark v Republic of Ireland, 7.45pm, WCQ, Sky Sports
Sun 12 Switzerland v Northern Ireland, WCQ, 5pm, Sky Sports
Tue 14 Republic of Ireland v Denmark, 7.45pm, WCQ, Sky Sports


Premier League

Sun 5 Man City v Arsenal, 2.15pm Sky Sports
Sun 5 Chelsea v Man Utd, 4.30pm, Sky Sports
Sat 18 Arsenal v Spurs, 12.30pm, Sky Sports
Sat 25 Liverpool v Chelsea, 5.30pm, BT Sport


Champions League

Wed 1 Liverpool v Maribor, 7.45pm, BT Sport
Wed 1 Napoli v Man City, 7.45pm, BT Sport
Wed 1 Spurs v Real Madrid, 7.45pm, BT Sport

Tues 21/Weds 22 The six British teams will all be in action again in a round of fixtures that also includes Juve v Barca





England hold the Ashes but will have memories of the 5-0 whitewash they suffered on their last trip to Australia still in their minds. Before the men take to the stage the women will hope to retain their Ashes too.

9-12 Women's Ashes Test, BT Sport
21 Women's final T20, BT Sport, 8am
22-27 Eng v Aus, First Ashes Test, BT Sport, 11pm



Rugby Union



The home nations square-up to the best from the Southern Hemisphere to give us an idea of where everyone stands ahead of the 2019 World Cup.

Sat 11 England v Argentina,3pm; Ireland v South Africa, 5.30pm; Scotland v Samoa, 2.30pm; Wales v Australia, 5.15pm
Sat 18 England v Australia, 3pm; Ireland v Fiji, 5.30pm; Scotland v New Zealand, 2.30pm; Wales v Georgia, 5.15pm
Sat 25 England v Samoa, 3pm; Ireland v Argentina, 5.30pm; Scotland v Australia, 2.30pm; Wales v New Zealand, 5.15pm

England and Ireland games live on Sky Sports. Scotland and Wales fixtures on the BBC.


Rugby League World Cup

England will be looking to make it to a first final in 22 years but can anyone stop the Aussies?

17/18 Quarter Finals, BBC
24/25 Semi-Finals, BBC





Lewis Hamilton has already wrapped up the title. Can he wrap up the season in style?

26 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, midday, Sky Sports and Channel 4