England lock horns with India for a place in the T20 World Cup final on Thursday, while there's plenty of European football taking place along with the final EFL Cup third-round game.
Aston Villa make the trip to Manchester United seeking the remaining last-16 berth in the EFL Cup.
|What||Manchester United v Aston Villa, EFL Cup|
|Where||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|When||20:00, Thursday 10th November 2022|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event/Football|
|Odds||Manchester United 8/13, Draw 3/1, Aston Villa|
Manchester United get the chance for swift revenge on Aston Villa as the two sides meet for the second time in five days in the EFL Cup third round on Thursday.
Villa enjoyed a fine 3-1 win over the Red Devils in the Premier League on Sunday - their first victory over United at home in the league since 1995 - in what was a fantastic start to Unai Emery's reign as boss in the Midlands.
Can his side repeat the trick in the Theatre Of Dreams? Emery and opposite number Erik ten Hag are expected to make changes for the Old Trafford clash but both sides should still contain plenty of experience.
|What||Real Madrid v Cadiz, La Liga|
|Where||Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid|
|When||20:30, Thursday 10th November 2022|
|How to watch||La Liga TV|
|Odds||Real Madrid 1/7, draw 15/2, Cadiz|
Real Madrid's superb start to the season seemingly peaked with their El Clasico win over Barcelona last month. At one stage unbeaten in 12 games, Carlo Ancelotti's troops are now five points behind the La Liga leaders after taking just one point in their last two matches.
Cadiz are down in 19th and look set to be battling against relegation throughout the campaign after registering just two wins. This is Real's chance to close the gap by making the most of their game in hand and they know they can ill afford another slip with the World Cup break looming.
|What||Verona v Juventus, Serie A|
|Where||Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi, Verona|
|When||17:30, Thursday 10th November 2022|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Verona 4/1, draw 14/5, Juventus|
Unlike Real Madrid, Juventus made a slow start domestically but the Serie A giants are now finding their stride.
A run of four successive victories has seen them jump up to fifth spot and they return to action on Thursday against rock-bottom Verona, who have lost eight in a row and have recorded just one win all season.
Verona are unbeaten in the last three home meetings between the pair, but on current form they will do well to extend that sequence.
|What||India v England, T20 World Cup semi-final|
|When||08:00, Thursday, 10th November|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||India 4/5, England Evens|
The top two ranked T20 teams meet in Thursday's semi-final, as India and England go head-to-head at the Adelaide Oval.
India also have a slight edge in the head-to-head stats, winning 12 of the 22 meetings in the shortest format, with England claiming 10 victories.
Jos Buttler's men have not been at their usual consistent level in 2022, with 13 wins in their 25 T20 internationals, but they do go into this semi-final with victories in seven of their last eight completed games. India, meanwhile, have won 27 of their 37 T20 internationals in this calendar year – making them top ranked.