There’s a scintillating Saturday of sport to look forward to with four enticing Premier League fixtures, the start of the Rugby League World Cup 2021 and the continuation of the Women’s Rugby World Cup on the agenda.
Tottenham face Everton in the Premier League's evening kick-off with victory for Antonio Conte’s side leaving them in a strong position in the battle for a top-four spot.
In the day’s other top-flight fixtures, struggling Leicester take on Crystal Palace, managerless Wolves face Nottingham Forest and Fulham entertain revitalised Bournemouth.
|What||Tottenham v Everton, Premier League|
|Where||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Tottenham|
|When||17:30, 15th October 2022|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||Tottenham 1/2, draw 7/2, Everton 11/2|
After losing to Arsenal, Tottenham have responded well by beating Brighton 1-0 in the Premier League and then seeing off Eintracht Frankfurt in the Champions League.
In contrast the Toffees are looking to bounce back after their six-game unbeaten run came to and when they lost 2-1 at home to Manchester United on Sunday.
|What||France Women v England Women|
|Where||Northland Events Centre, Whangarei|
|When||08:00, Saturday 15th October|
|How to watch||ITV and ITV4|
|Odds||France Women 11/2, Tie 33/1, England Women|
England have won their past 10 Test matches against France and began their Women's Rugby World Cup with a comprehensive 84-19 victory over Fiji in Pool C.
The Red Rose are to lift the trophy for the third time and will be confident of beating a French team that played some thrilling rugby in their 40-5 victory over South Africa in their first game of the tournament.
Earlier on Saturday, Scotland face a tough examination against Australia, who opened their campaign with a 41-17 defeat to New Zealand, while the USA take on Japan.
|What||England v Samoa, Rugby League World Cup|
|Where||St James’ Park Newcastle|
|When||14:30, Saturday 15th October 2022|
|How to watch||BBC1|
|Odds||England 6/5, Samoa 4/6|
Even though they have only played one international since 2019, Samoa are predicted to enjoy a fine Rugby League World Cup 2021 and could start the tournament by edging to victory against England at St James' Park will be an easy win for the hosts, you might want to think again.
Later in the day, champions Australia kick off their campaign for a 12th title when they face Fiji at Headingley.
The Samoans are widely believed to have one of the strongest squads at the tournament. They have six members of Penrith's Premiership winning team in their squad while they also have Sydney Roosters starlet Joseph Sua'ali'I to select from.