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Sunday’s Sport: England eyeing T20 World Cup glory

The T20 World Cup final takes centre stage on Sunday, as England take on Pakistan in the showpiece event at the MCG in Melbourne.

There’s plenty of sport to follow with action from the Premier League, while there’s also international rugby union, as Scotland host New Zealand at Murrayfield. 

T20 World Cup: All or nothing for England

WhatPakistan v England
WhereMelbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
When08:15, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Channel 4
OddsPakistan 13/10, England 8/13

Just two teams remain as Pakistan take on England in the T20 final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. 

England thrashed India by 10 wickets to reach the showpiece event in Victoria, while Pakistan got the better of New Zealand in their semi-final. 

Once again, the weather could play a role in Sunday’s final, with showers forecasted in Melbourne. 

Organisers have added more time to the scheduled hours and the hope is both these sides will be given a chance to put on a show and earn the T20 World Cup title. 

Rugby Union: All Blacks head to Murrayfield

WhatScotland v New Zealand
WhereMurrayfield, Edinburgh
When13:15, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchAmazon Prime
OddsScotland 5/1, New Zealand 1/8

Scotland face the challenge of trying to earn their first ever Test win over New Zealand this weekend, when the All Blacks head to Murrayfield on Sunday. 

The Scots were made to work for their win over Fiji last week and will need to improve if they are to stand a chance against a New Zealand side that beat Wales 55-23 in Cardiff last time out. 

Scotland welcome back fly-half Finn Russell to the starting XV after he was omitted from the squad at the start of the autumn internationals. 

The Racing 92 playmaker has a big stage to shine on once again and he’ll need to be at his best to help the Scot try and earn a maiden win over the All Blacks. 

Premier League: United return to happy hunting ground

WhatFulham v Man Utd
WhereCraven Cottage, London
When16:30, Sunday 13th November 2022
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Football
OddsFulham 3/1, Draw 14/5, Man Utd 17/20

Manchester United will be hoping to continue their good form at Craven Cottage when they head to the capital to face Fulham this weekend. 

The Red Devils have won all of their last five Premier League visits to Fulham and are 17/20 to claim the three points on Sunday. 

Meanwhile, Fulham are preparing to complete a Manchester double this week after losing 2-1 at Manchester City last time out. Fulham have been tough to beat at home, only losing one of their seven Premier League games at Craven Cottage this term.

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