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2017 PGA European Tour DP World Tour Championship, Dubai

PGA European Tour

DP World Tour Championship, Dubai

Thursday 16th - Sunday 19th

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Deemed one of the most anticipated events of the season, the DP World Tour Championship, staged under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, hosts the top 60 players on the European Tour's Race to Dubai rankings, who have earned their place in the season-ending finale due to their performances across a long season which takes in 47 tournaments in 26 destinations.
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Premier League 2017/18

Premier League 2017/18

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday 18th @ 13:30

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Arsenal and Tottenham go head to head on Sunday.  Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs have started the season brightly by qualifying for the Champions League last-16, but sit eight points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City in the title race.
Arsenal are even further behind Spurs as Arsene Wenger's men trail City by 12 points, sitting sixth after losing four of their opening 11 League games to put pressure on their long-serving manager.

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Serie A 2017/18

Serie A 2017/18

Roma v Lazio & Napoli v Milan

Saturday 18th @ 18:00 & 20:45

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Simone Inzaghi's Lazio – fourth in the standings – will face fifth-placed at the Stadio Olimpico in the Derby del Capitale. Eusebio di Francesco's Roma are looking for a six consecutive win.
The Partenopei need a victory to stay top of the table, but are starting to feel the effects of Champions League commitments, losing Faouzi Ghoulam and Arkadiusz Milik as Dries Mertens is gritting his teeth to start. On the other hand, AC Milan's Vincenzo Montello is hanging by a thread despite a win against the old nemesis Sassuolo.

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Davis Cup by BNP PARIBAS

Thursday 23rd - Sunday 26th

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France and Belgium will meet for the first time since 2001 when they go head-to-head in the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Final at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille.
France is looking to win its 10th Davis Cup title – but first since 2001 – and join Great Britain in joint third-place on the all-time list of Davis Cup champions. Belgium, meanwhile, is eyeing its first title in its third appearance in the Final, having finished runner-up in both 1904 and 2015.
France has won the two most recent encounters between the two nations – in the World Group first round in Pau in 1999 and the World Group semifinals in Ghent in 2001. The Belgians have not won a tie on French soil since 1952, when they won 3-2 on the clay of Roland Garros.
France progressed to the title decider following a 3-1 victory over Serbia in Lille, while Belgium recovered from 1-2 down to defeat Australia in a thrilling tie in Brussels.

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