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General: Five things to look out for this weekend

From Premier League football to PGA Tour golf, there is plenty to get stuck into this weekend as the sporting action comes thick and fast.

Along with football and golf, the T20 World Cup in Australia also begins, while the racing world will wave goodbye to one of the very best in Europe and you can follow the action on bet365's Sports Live Streaming platform.

Horse Racing: Baaeed hoping for winning farewell

WhatChampion Stakes
WhereAscot racecourse, Berkshire
When4.00, Saturday 15th October
How to watchSky Sports Racing, ITV4 and bet365's Sports Live Streaming Service
OddsBaaeed 2/9, Adayar 9/2, Bay Bridge 10/1, My Prospero 28/1

Saturday will mark the final racecourse outing for the William Haggas-trained Baaeed, who is aiming to make it a perfect 11 wins from 11 starts when turning up at Ascot.

The son of Sea The Stars will be gunning for the Champion Stakes at the Berkshire track and it will be tough work for his eight rivals to stop him.

Baaeed handled the step up to 1m2f with ease at York in the Juddmonte International, winning by over six lengths, and another commanding performance could be on the cards.

Rugby Union: Red Rose face French test

WhatFrance Women v England Women
WhereNorthland Events Centre, Whangarei
When08:00, Saturday 15th October
How to watchITV and ITV4
OddsFrance Women 11/2, Tie 33/1, England Women 1/10

England will look to build on their opening Women's Rugby World Cup victory over Fiji when they take on France in Pool C.

The Red Rose thrashed Fiji 84-19 in their first match to put down an early marker and they are 4/9 to lift the trophy for the third time.

France thumped South Africa 40-5 to start their quest for glory in style but they will have to put in an even better performance if they are going to chalk up another victory on Saturday.

T20 World Cup: Sri Lanka open major tournament

WhatSri Lanka vs Namibia
WhereGMHBA Stadium, Geelong, Victoria
When05:00, Sunday 16th October
How to watchSky Sports and bet365's Sports Live Streaming service 
OddsSri Lanka 1/12, Namibia 7/1

The first match of the T20 World Cup begins in the early hours of Sunday, with Sri Lanka's clash against Namibia beginning at 05:00.

Sri Lanka won the tournament in 2014 when staged in Bangladesh, overcoming India in the final, and they are 20/1 to join the West Indies as the only team to have won the trophy twice.

Kusal Mendis has scored 836 runs in his T20i career and he is 9/4 to be his side's top batter against Namibia, who are making their second tournament appearance following their 2021 debut.

PGA Tour: Winner to be crowned in Japan

WhatThe ZOZO Championship
WhereNarashino Country Club, Japan
When03:30, Sunday 16th October
How to watchSky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Golf and bet365's Live Golf Tracker
OddsN/A

It's the final round of the PGA Tour's ZOZO Championship on Sunday and it promises to be a thrilling climax to the action at Narashino Country Club, Japan.

Some of the leading players in the world are vying for the spoils in what is just the fourth edition of the tournament, and you can keep up to speed with what is happening via the Live Golf Tracker.

Premier League: Can Liverpool stop City?

WhatLiverpool vs Man City
WhereAnfield, Liverpool
When16:30, Sunday 16th October
How to watchSky Sports Main Event and Premier League
OddsLiverpool 13/5, Draw 3/1, Man City 10/11

Liverpool have struggled to match their standards from previous seasons and Jurgen Klopp has already ruled his side out of the Premier League title race ahead of Sunday's visit of Man City.

However, the Reds did thrash Rangers 7-1 in the Champions League last time out and that is a welcome confidence-boost for a side that were failing to fire on all cylinders.

Klopp's side still face a tough test against reigning champions City, who remain undefeated across all competitions this season and will welcome back a rested Erling Haaland to their starting XI.

The Norway international was rested for the European clash in midweek and he is 8/11 to find the back of the net anytime at Anfield, while he is 11/4 to score the first or last goal.

Haaland has already scored 15 goals from nine league matches since joining City in the summer, including hat-tricks against Nottingham Forest, Crystal Palace and Manchester United.

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