Day seven of the Australian Open headlines Sunday's sporting action, with third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas back on the court.
There is plenty of European football to look forward to, including the big Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal host Manchester United.
In La Liga, title challengers Barcelona and Real Madrid are both in action, while matches are also scheduled in Italy's Serie A and the Bundesliga in Germany.
There are also race meetings which can be viewed on our Sports Live Streaming platform and the final of the World Grand Prix snooker between Judd Trump and Mark Allen takes place in Cheltenham.
|What||Stefanos Tsitsipas v Jannik Sinner|
|Where||Melbourne Park, Melbourne|
|When||08:00, Sunday 22nd January 2023|
|How to watch||Eurosport, discovery+ and bet365 Sports Live Streaming|
|Odds||Stefanos Tsitsipas 1/2, Jannik Sinner|
Third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas will face a stern test at the Australian Open on Sunday as he takes on Jannik Sinner in Melbourne.
Tsitsipas has already beaten Quentin Halys, Rinky Hijikata and Tallon Griekspoor in Melbourne as he looks to secure his maiden Grand Slam title.
The Greek star has reached the final four on three occasions at the Australian Open and his recent form suggests he can go one better this time around.
Sinner's wins over Kyle Edmund, Tomas Martin Etcheverry and Marton Fucsovics will have given him confidence, but he often comes up short when he faces Tsitsipas.
The world number four leads Sinner 4-1 in their head-to-head battles and, while he may be able to steal a set off the Greek ace, he will likely fall short, and Tsitsipas is available at 3/1 to win 3-1.
|What||Arsenal v Manchester United|
|Where||Emirates Stadium, London|
|When||16:30, Sunday 22nd January 2023|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League|
|Odds||Arsenal 4/5, Draw 14/5, Man Utd 16/5|
Arsenal's title credentials will again be tested when they take on Manchester United on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League.
The Gunners' only defeat in the league this season came at the hands of the Red Devils in September, but they have since enjoyed a 12-match unbeaten run under Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal proved too much for Tottenham last time out, and they will be confident of defending their unbeaten record at home.
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United are unbeaten in eight matches returning from the mid-season break, and they will no doubt be a tough nut to crack.
However, midfielder Casemiro is suspended after picking up a yellow card during the midweek 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace, and his absence will be felt in the middle of the park.
An Arsenal win and both teams to score appeals at odds of 5/2 for this weekend's match-up.
|What||Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid|
|Where||San Mames, Bilbao|
|When||20:00, Sunday 22nd January 2023|
|How to watch||Viaplay Sports 1, LaLiga TV, bet365|
|Odds||Athletic Bilbao 19/10, Draw 12/5, Real Madrid 11/8|
Real Madrid will look to return to winning ways in La Liga when they travel to the San Mames to face Athletic Bilbao on Sunday night.
Carlo Ancelotti's side were beaten 2-1 by Villarreal last time out in the league, but they did overcome the Yellow Submarine 3-2 in the Copa del Rey on Thursday.
Bilbao were also successful in the Spanish Cup, beating Espanyol 1-0 on Wednesday, and they have once again been tough to beat at the San Mames, keeping a clean sheet in four successive matches on home turf.
However, Bilbao have lost four of their previous five matches to Real Madrid and only one of those games contained over 2.5 goals.