UEFA Champions League, Group Stage, Matchday 2

UEFA Champions League > Matchday 2 - Tuesday

September 27 @ 20:45
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Arsenal have won all four previous encounters with Swiss opponents while Basel have won four of their last five matches against Premier League sides in this competition. Ludogorets Razgrad and Paris Saint-Germain both led on MD1 before being pegged back to 1-1; neither will want to make the same mistake in their first ever encounter.

Napoli were the only Group B winners on MD1 and will be seeking to further strengthen their position in the section when they take on Benfica at home.

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André returns to his home city as Luis Enrique's five-time European champions visit Borussia Mönchengladbach on MD2.

Celtic will be trying to put behind them a sobering 7-0 MD1 reverse when they host Josep Guardiola's Manchester City in their second Group C fixture. 

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UEFA Champions League, Group Stage, Matchday 2

UEFA Champions League > Matchday 2 - Wednesday

September 28 @ 20:45
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Atlético Madrid and Bayern München meet again in their second Group D game just five months after Atleti overcame the German giants on away goals in the semi-finals.

After shocking Ajax in the UEFA Champions League play-offs, Rostov face another opponent from the Eredivisie when they host PSV Eindhoven on MD2.

Monaco have never lost to Bayer Leverkusen in four previous matches, and the Ligue 1 side will aim to keep it that way when the Group E rivals meet at the Stade Louis II.

Tottenham Hotspur will look to recover from their false start in Group E when they visit a CSKA Moscow side with more cause for optimism after MD1.

Borussia Dortmund will look to maintain their unbeaten home record against Real Madrid when they host the reigning European champions on MD2. Borussia Dortmund go in search of a fourth straight home victory over Real Madrid. 

After contrasting, if both ultimately disappointing, opening nights in Group F, Sporting CP and Legia Warszawa try again for their first points when they meet in Lisbon.

Leicester will aim to build on their MD1 win when they host their first home game in Europe's elite club competition against a Porto side with a poor record in England.

Juventus kept up their record of never losing on MD1 and will now be looking to secure a first victory in Group H when they visit Dinamo Zagreb, who started with a defeat.

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2016 Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix

2016 Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix

September 30 to October 2
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Current champion Lewis Hamilton needs to regroup after a dispiriting Singapore Grand Prix and must return to the top spot of the podium in Malaysia as he attempts to get his world title challenge back on track.

His team-mate Nico Rosberg reclaimed the lead by eight points with victory at Marina Bay as Hamilton came third. This was Rosberg's third victory in succession and eighth of the year, compared with six for Hamilton.

The world champion has reason for optimism as he had already come back from a 43-point deficit to Rosberg after the first 4 races of the season.

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2016 Ryder Cup

2016 Ryder Cup

September 29 to October 2
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The Ryder Cup will be held on American soil for the first time since Europe came from behind in 2012 to beat a shell-shocked American team at Medinah Country Club in Illinois. Europe enter the competition as the cup holders, having won in 2014 in Scotland for their third consecutive win.

The desire of the US to end a dismal run against Europe has taken them to modify the US wildcard and set up a taskforce to oversee the selection process. The Europeans have no need whatsoever to modify a team approach that has returned the Ryder Cup three times in succession. In Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson, Martin Kaymer and Sergio García they have a formidable backbone.

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Everton v Crystal Palace

Everton v Crystal Palace 

September 30 @ 21:00
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Everton are determined to return to winning ways after Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas punctured their invincible aura to end their unbeaten run in league since Ronald Koeman's appointment as manager. The Toffees will meet Andrew Pardew's Crystal Palace, who earned a 3-2 victory against Sunderland after an impressive fightback.

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