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Sunday's Sport: T20 World Cup and Premier League take centre stage

The Super 12s stage of the T20 World Cup will be completed on Sunday, while there are no less than five Premier League matches to take in across the day.

Rugby League fans also have a final quarter-final tie to look forward to at the World Cup, as Tonga take on Samoa for the right to play hosts England in the last four.

Switching codes to Union, there is also England's opening Autumn International against Argentina taking place at Twickenham (14:15), as both nations continue to build ahead of World Cup 2023 in France.

Premier League: Gunners face Stamford Bridge test

WhatChelsea v Arsenal
WhereStamford Bridge, West London
When12:00, Sunday 6th November
How to watchBT Sport
OddsChelsea 13/8, Draw 12/5, Arsenal 8/5

Arsenal will be hoping to continue their title charge on Sunday when they make the trip to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea, who themselves are aiming to boost their top-four hopes.

The Gunners have won 10 of their 12 league matches and they also recently managed to top Group A in the Europa League, a tournament they are priced at 4/1 to win.

Mikel Arteta's troops are high on confidence and they will fancy their chances of overcoming Chelsea, who lost for the first time in the league under Graham Potter last weekend to his former employers Brighton.

The Blues responded with a midweek Champions League win over Dinamo Zagreb and three points on home soil on Sunday could take them to within touching distance of the top four.

Elsewhere in England's top flight, Aston Villa face Man Utd, Newcastle travel to Southampton and West Ham host Crystal Palace, while the 16:30 clash will see Tottenham go up against Liverpool.

Rugby League: Final semi-final spot up for grabs

WhatTonga v Samoa
WhereHalliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington
When16:30, Sunday 6th November
How to watchBBC2 & BBC iPlayer
OddsTonga 8/15, Samoa 6/4

The final semi-final spot at the Rugby League World Cup will be decided on Sunday at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, as Tonga take on Samoa in Warrington.

Samoa finished second in Group A to reach the knockout stages and a victory over Tonga, who topped Group D, would give Toa Samoa a chance of revenge against England in the semi-finals.

England defeated Samoa 60-6 in the group stage, with the host nation crossing the whitewash no less than 10 times.

Rugby Union: England look for positive start

WhatEngland v Argentina
WhereTwickenham, London
When14:15, Sunday 6th November
How to watchAmazon Prime Video
OddsEngland 1/9, Tie 33/1, Argentina 11/2

England return to action for the first time since their 2-1 series win in Australia in July when they welcome Argentina to Twickenham for their opening Autumn International.

These two teams have been drawn against each other at World Cup 2023 in France and Sunday's clash presents an opportunity for each side to see what the other has to offer.

Argentina have lost their last 10 meetings with the Red Rose, with the last victory for The Pumas coming at the Padre Ernesto Martearena in June 2009.

England defeated Argentina 21-8 the last time they met at Twickenham in November 2017 and it is 11/2 for the home side to win by a margin of 11-15 points.

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