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Monday's Sport: Football, Cricket and Rugby League take centre stage

It's another action-packed day of sporting action on Monday, with Premier League football taking place at the London Stadium, while World Cup fever continues in T20 cricket and Rugby League.

West Ham play host to Bournemouth in the English top-flight action, while there are also games in La Liga and Serie A.

There are two matches taking place in the T20 World Cup, one at the Rugby League World Cup and four race meetings which can be watched on our Sports Live Streaming platform.

Premier League: Hammers hoping to hit back

WhatWest Ham v Bournemouth
WhereLondon Stadium, London
When20:00, Monday 24th October
How to watchSky Sports Premier League & Main Event
OddsWest Ham 11/20, Draw 3/1, Bournemouth 5/1

West Ham suffered a 1-0 loss at Liverpool last time out and David Moyes will be demanding a response from his side when they play host to Bournemouth.

The Cherries' unbeaten run under Gary O'Neil came to an end at home to Southampton in midweek, but they haven't lost in their last three away matches and will feel optimistic of coming away from the London Stadium with a positive result.

Maxwel Cornet and Craig Dawson both have an outside chance of featuring for the Hammers, although the clash is likely to come too soon for Lucas Paqueta.

Bournemouth club captain Lloyd Kelly is still ruled out with an ankle problem, while midfielder David Brooks' eagerly-awaited return is a few weeks away as he recovers from a hamstring injury.

Last season this fixture ended in a 4-0 home win, but prior to that the Cherries had picked up two wins and a draw in four previous top-flight meetings in the capital.

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T20 World Cup: Proteas expected to see off neighbours

WhatSouth Africa v Zimbabwe
WhereBlundstone Arena, Hobart
When09:00, Monday 24th October
How to watchSky Sports and bet365 Sports Live Streaming
OddsSouth Africa 1/10, Zimbabwe 6/1

South Africa begin their bid for T20 World Cup glory against neighbours Zimbabwe in Hobart, with all previous five Twenty20 meetings between the two sides having gone the way of the Proteas.

However, the South Africans have yet to even reach the final of this competition, with their best efforts coming in 2009 and 2014, when they made the semi-finals.

Last time out in 2021 they missed out on the knockout stages by virtue of run-rate, so they should be reasonably confident of making a strong showing this time around.

Zimbabwe made it through the Super 12 stage by topping Group B, with a crucial five-wicket win over Scotland seeing them progress.

Rugby League World Cup: Tonga eye Wales scalp

WhatTonga v Wales
WhereTotally Wicked Stadium, St Helens
When19:30, Monday 24th October
How to watchBBC2
OddsTonga 1/500, Wales 40/1

The fight for the Rugby League World Cup continues on Monday and there is a Group D clash at the Totally Wicked Stadium, as Tonga take on Wales.

Mate Ma'a Tonga started off their campaign with a 24-18 victory over Papua New Guinea, while the Welsh lost 18-12 to the Cook Islands.

Viliami Penisini scored Tonga's opening try of the tournament and he is 11/1 to repeat that trick on MOnday, while he is 4/5 to cross the whitewash at any time.

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