It promises to be another superb weekend of sport, with the start of football’s World Cup in Qatar among a string of highlights.
There is also world class rugby from both codes, while the top-level racing action comes from both the UK and Ireland, whilst the Formula 1 season concludes in Abu Dhabi.
|When||Sunday 20th November - Sunday 18th December|
|How to watch||BBC and ITV|
|Odds||Brazil 7/2, Argentina 11/2, France 7/1, England 8/1, Spain 8/1|
The timing of the World Cup means it may not have had the build-up of its predecessors but the feeling is that things will liven up once the tournament kicks off on Sunday.
|What||Australia v Samoa, Rugby League World Cup Final|
|Where||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|When||16:00, Saturday 19th November|
|How to watch||BBC1, BBC Sport website and iPlayer|
|Odds||Australia 1/12, Samoa 6/1|
Samoa’s shock win over England last Saturday has handed them a shot at history, as they aim to become only the fourth nation to win the Rugby League World Cup.
In their way stand Australia, the mighty Kangaroos having so far battled their way through the tournament, beating New Zealand in the last four in what is already being talked about as one of the greatest matches of all time.
|What||England v New Zealand|
|When||17:30, Saturday 19th November|
|How to watch||Amazon Prime|
|Odds||England 13/10, New Zealand|
It has been a pulsating Autumn Nations Series and the penultimate weekend features arguably the standout match as England host New Zealand.
Red Rose captain Owen Farrell is due to earn his 100th cap in what is the two nations’ first meeting since the 2019 World Cup when Farrell was instrumental in England’s 19-7 semi-final victory in Yokohama.
Elsewhere on Saturday, South Africa will hope to avoid Australia’s fate of last weekend when they face Italy at 13:00. Wales take on Georgia at the same time, with Scotland meeting Argentina at 15:15 and Ireland hosting the Wallabies at 20:00. France then face Japan on Sunday at 13:00.
|Where||Haydock, Ascot (Saturday) Punchestown (Sunday)|
|When||Saturday 19th November and Sunday 20th November|
|How to watch||RTV, Sky, ITV and bet365’s Sports Live Streaming|
There’s also Graded action over in Ireland, with the highlight of the weekend Sunday’s Morgiana Hurdle where Willie Mullins saddles three of the five entries in search of a record-extending 12th victory.
|What||Abu Dhabi GP|
|Where||Yas Marina Circuit|
|When||13:00, Sunday 20th November|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event and F1|
|Odds||Max Verstappen 6/5, Lewis Hamilton 11/4, George Russell 5/1, Charles Leclerc 13/2, Sergio Perez 11/1|
Max Verstappen has dominated the 2022 season and the Red Bull man will be aiming to win his 15th race of the year, extending the record he set with his 14th triumph in Mexico.
The 25-year-old won at the Yas Marina Circuit in both 2020 and 2021 and will be determined to go out in style.
However, improving Mercedes will be pushing Red Bull hard with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell, while Ferrari will also be hoping to close out another promising yet ultimately underwhelming campaign in what is always a spectacular night race.