It's another exciting week of sport, with a full midweek Premier League schedule taking place alongside one-day international cricket, while the Alfred Dunhill Championship is also on the agenda in golf.
There is more domestic and European football to get stuck into across the week too, while there's European rugby union action also on the agenda.
AFC Wimbledon are hoping to join the teams in the third round of the FA Cup when they host Isthmian League South East Division Ramsgate in the second round on Monday evening.
League Two Wimbledon are unsurprisingly the 2/9 favourites in the Full Time Result market for the tie, with Ramsgate available at to cause a big shock.
A busy midweek of Premier League football kicks off on Tuesday with two games.
Top-of-the-table Arsenal go to Luton at 20:15, after Wolves versus Burnley gets underway at 19:30.
Arsenal were 2-1 home winners over Wolves on Saturday to stay top of the pile and Mikel Arteta's side are expected to get another victory when they go to Kenilworth Road to take on the Hatters, who went down 3-1 at Brentford over the weekend.
In the earlier game, Wolves are 17/20 to respond positively to their defeat at the Emirates by beating Burnley at home.
There are six top-flight games set for Wednesday, with Liverpool's trip to Sheffield United (19:30), Aston Villa's home clash with Manchester City and Manchester United versus Chelsea (both 20:15) among the big matches.
There's also Brighton at home to Brentford, Crystal Palace entertaining Bournemouth and Fulham hosting Nottingham Forest, with all three of those games kicking-off at 19:30.
Arguably the game of the night is at Old Trafford when Manchester United, who lost 1-0 at Newcastle on Saturday, host Chelsea.
England continue their three-game ODI series in the West Indies on Wednesday, with the second clash taking place at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound at 17:30.
The midweek Premier League games are rounded off by two more exciting clashes on Thursday.
Everton, fresh from an important 1-0 win at Nottingham Forest, welcome Newcastle to Goodison, as the Magpies look to build on their win over the Red Devils, while there's a London derby in store when Tottenham host West Ham.
The Alfred Dunhill Championship gets underway on Thursday, when plenty of big names will be hoping to triumph at the Leopard Creek Country Club in South Africa in the DP World Tour event.
Some of the players set to tee it up include Double PGA Tour champion Erik van Rooyen and Major winners Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel.
The interesting Grant Thornton Invitational is also scheduled for this week when well-known players from men's and women's golf play alongside each other at a new mixed-team Challenge Season event.
Taking place at the Tiburon Golf Club & The Ritz-Carlton Naples course in Florida, 16 LPGA and 16 PGA Tour players will compete together in a unique co-sanctioned tournament for equal prize money.
Madelene Sagstrom, Allisen Corpuz, Lilia Vu and Lydia Ko are among the LPGA stars in attendance, while the likes of Ludvig Aberg, Cameron Champ, Rickie Fowler and Justin Rose feature from the men's game.
On Friday, the European Champions Cup pool action begins with Connacht hosting Bordeaux Begles in Pool 1 at 20:00, while Glasgow Warriors go up against Northampton Saints at the same time in Pool 3.
In the European Challenge Cup, Clermont Auvergne take on Edinburgh, also at 20:00.
The Championship football action on Friday evening comes from the Coventry Building Society Arena when Coventry City host local rivals Birmingham City at 20:00.
There are six Premier League matches taking place across Saturday, starting with Crystal Palace's home clash against Liverpool at 12:30 and ending with an enticing 17:30 showdown between Aston Villa and Arsenal at Villa Park.
The four 15:00 games see Brighton take on Burnley, while Manchester United host Bournemouth, Sheffield United face Brentford and Wolves take on Nottingham Forest.
The third and final ODI between West Indies and England takes place on Saturday in Bridgetown, Barbados, with the action set to get under way at 17:30.
Among the fixtures on another busy day of European rugby, Bath face Ulster in the European Champions Cup Pool 2, while Bristol and Lyon go head-to-head in Pool 1.
The weekend's Premier League action continues with four games on Sunday.
At 14:00, Everton host Chelsea, Fulham entertain West Ham and Luton welcome Manchester City to Kenilworth Road, before the 16:30 game is Tottenham at home to Newcastle.