There is another action-packed week of sport to get stuck into with both international and domestic football on offer, while England's T20 series in Pakistan continues.
There is also plenty of racing action taking place, including the small matter of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, and you can keep up to speed with what is happening via our Sports Live Streaming platform.
England's Nations League campaign has proven to be a huge disappointment, as their relegation from League A has already been confirmed following the 1-0 defeat to Italy last time out.
It hasn't been much better for Germany, who are unable to qualify for the Finals next year, but they can still finish second if they pick up a victory and Italy fail to beat Hungary.
Gareth Southgate has come under intense pressure following the latest defeat, which has seen the country's winless run extended to five games - their worst spell since June 2014.
Brentford striker Ivan Toney could be given a chance to impress after being left out of the matchday squad for the Italy defeat.
An England win is priced at 11/8, while the draw is 23/10 and Germany are 2/1 to gain some revenge for the 2-0 loss they suffered to the Three Lions at Wembley at the 2020 European Championships.
The British Open 2022 begins on Monday - only the third ranking event of the 2022/23 season - and there is a stellar field that will be battling for glory.
Ronnie O'Sullivan, Judd Trump and Mark Selby are among those in the draw in Milton Keynes and there has been a slight change in format for this edition.
Last year had best-of-five fixtures utilised in the earlier stages but it will now be best-of-seven frames for every round until the quarter-finals, which increase to nine-frame matches.
O'Sullivan is 5/1 to lift the trophy, while Trump is 7/1, John Higgins is priced at 12/1 and defending champion Mark Williams is 12/1 to triumph.
Scotland head into Tuesday's final Group B1 clash against Ukraine with the knowledge that a draw will be enough to secure their promotion to League A.
The Scots came from behind to defeat the Republic of Ireland 2-1 last time out, a result which kept them top of their pool and two points clear of second-placed Ukraine.
Steve Clarke's men are 15/8 to pick up the victory over the 11/8 Ukraine, while the draw is priced at 12/5.
Also on Tuesday, Portugal play host to Spain knowing a share of the spoils would be enough to send the inaugural Nations League winners into next year's Finals.
After four enthralling matches between Pakistan and England at the National Stadium in Karachi, the final three games of the series will be played in Lahore at Gaddafi Stadium.
Jos Buttler could be back from injury to captain the tourists, having sat out the opening four encounters, and England will be eager for the skipper to get back in the middle with the T20 World Cup just around the corner.
Harry Brook will also be looking to continue his fine form with the bat in this series and stake his claim for a starting spot for his country's opening World Cup game.
The DP World Tour heads from France to Scotland this week for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, which is an event played over three courses - the Old Course at St. Andrews, Carnoustie & Kingsbarns.
A stellar field will be teeing it up north of the border, with four-time Major champion Rory McIlroy, defending champion Danny Willett and world number 15 Billy Horschel all confirmed to play.
Reigning US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick and 2019 Open winner Shane Lowry will also be participating, as will Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton and Francesco Molinari, and you can follow the action via our Live golf tracker.
The PGA Tour turns its attention to the Sanderson Farms Championship, played at the Country Club of Jackson in Mississippi.
US star Sam Burns is the defending champion, having edged out Nick Watney and Cameron Young by one stroke in the 2021 edition.
As always, you can follow all the action via our Live golf tracker.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen will look to continue his march towards defending his world championship title in this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
The Dutchman has won the last five races to build up a 116-point lead at the top of the standings with just six events left, and he could be confirmed champion if things go to plan at Marina Bay.
All Verstappen needs to do is outscore Charles Leclerc by 22 points, Sergio Perez by 13 points and George Russell by six points to win the title.
Verstappen is 2/5 to win the Singapore GP, while Leclerc is 4/1 and Sainz is priced at 10/1.
Friday will see the first and second practice sessions taking place, while Saturday has P3 and qualifying before the main event on Sunday.
The Championship returns on Friday following the international break with 11th-placed Luton's trip to Hull, who have lost their last four games to slip to 20th position.
Luton have suffered just one defeat from their last six matches and are 6/4 to claim the away spoils, while the draw is priced at 23/10 and the Tigers are 7/4 to triumph.
The Premier League also returns to our screens this weekend after the international break and there is the small matter of a North London derby to get things started, as Arsenal take on Tottenham at the Emirates.
Mikel Arteta's side are top of the table on 18 points - winning six and losing one - but they are just one point ahead of Manchester City in second and Spurs in third.
Antonio Conte's Tottenham are yet to lose in the league this season - winning five and drawing two - and they thrashed Leicester 6-2 last time out.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Bournemouth play host to Brentford, Chelsea travel to Crystal Palace, Fulham welcome Newcastle to Craven Cottage, Brighton head to Anfield to face Liverpool and Southampton take on Everton at St Mary's (all 15:00 kick-offs).
The 17:30 game will see West Ham, who sit in the relegation zone, take on 17th-placed Wolverhampton at the London Stadium.
The new Premiership season continues on Saturday and there are four matches to get stuck into, all of which kick off at 15:00.
Gloucester take on Worcester, Bath travel to London Irish, Sale play host to Exeter Chiefs and Saracens go up against Leicester Tigers.
Europe's most prestigious all-aged horse race takes place on Sunday at ParisLongchamp, with a star-studded field gunning for glory in the Qatar Prix De L'arc De Triomphe.
Popularly referred to as the Arc, it is currently the world's second-richest turf race (behind The Everest) and the Group 1 race is set over 1m 3f 204y.
Luxembourg (4/1), Alpinista (6/1) and Adayar (8/1) are all expected to put in strong challenges, while the likes of 16/1 Westover and 25/1 Verry Elleegant will be hoping to have a big say on matters.
It's the Manchester derby on Sunday at 14:00, as reigning Premier League champions City take on Erik ten Hag's United at the Etihad Stadium.
The Citizens, who are 1/3 to retain their title, are unbeaten across all competitions this season and they haven't lost at home in their last 13 competitive fixtures.
United have shown signs of life under Ten Hag after losing their first two games of the campaign and they have won their last three away outings all to nil - beating Southampton, Leicester and Sheriff.
City won both fixtures last season, with the Etihad meeting seeing them triumph 4-1, and it is 16/1 for that same scoreline to be repeated.
Elsewhere, Leeds welcome Aston Villa to Elland Road for a 16:30 start and the hosts are 8/5 to win, while the draw is 12/5 and the visitors are 8/5 to claim the spoils.