The pick of the six Premier League matches taking place on Saturday is the clash between Liverpool and Chelsea at Anfield, while at the Australian Open Andy Murray seeks to make further progress after his stunning back-to-back five-set victories.
Also in the world of football there is a full round of EFL games, while it’s Scottish Cup fourth round day and there is plenty of action in Serie A, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1, some of which is available as part of our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.
There are also several race meetings which can be viewed on our Sports Live Streaming platform, as well as action from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and The American Express to follow on the bet365 Live Golf Tracker.
The World Grand Prix snooker in Cheltenham draws closer to a conclusion, with Shaun Murphy and Judd Trump locking horns in the second semi-final.
|What||Liverpool v Chelsea|
|When||12:30, Saturday 21st January|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Liverpool 17/20, Draw 11/4, Chelsea 16/5|
A Premier League title challenge is already out of the question for both Liverpool and Chelsea this season, with a place in the top four also a distant prospect at present.
Ten points separate both the Reds and the Blues from fourth-placed Newcastle United heading into the weekend action, so claiming all three points at Anfield at lunchtime is an absolute necessity.
These two sides met four times last season and all four games ended in draws, with Liverpool lifting both the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup by virtue of penalty shootout successes, while their Anfield clash ended in a 1-1 draw - which can be backed at 7/1 in the Correct Score market for this encounter.
|What||Andy Murray v Roberto Bautista Agut|
|Where||Melbourne Park, Melbourne|
|When||From 08:00, Saturday 21st January|
|How to watch||Eurosport, discovery+ and bet365 Sports Live Streaming|
|Odds||Andy Murray 11/4, Roberto Bautista Agut 2/7|
Five-time Australian Open runner-up Andy Murray has thrilled the Melbourne crowd with astonishing five-set victories over Matteo Berrettini and Thanasi Kokkinakis to reach the third round, where he takes on Spanish 24th seed Roberto Bautista Agut.
Bautista Agut was pushed all the way in his second-round win over Brandon Holt, with the 34-year-old hoping to repeat his career-best year of 2019, when he reached the last eight in Melbourne and the semi-finals of Wimbledon.
These two players have met on six previous occasions and are locked at three wins apiece, with Bautista Agut having edged a five-setter against Murray in the first round of the Australian Open during his successful 2019 campaign.
|What||Shaun Murphy v Judd Trump|
|Where||The Centaur, Cheltenham|
|When||From 7pm, Saturday 21st January|
|How to watch||ITV4 and bet365 Sports Live Streaming|
|Odds||Shaun Murphy , Judd Trump 1/2|
Shaun Murphy and Judd Trump will renew old acquaintances in the second semi-final of the World Grand Prix, with the pair of former world champions having played each other no fewer than 36 times.
Trump holds a commanding 23-13 winning record against Murphy, with their most recent clash having come in the last-16 of the UK Championship, when Murphy knocked in three centuries on his way to claiming the last three frames of the match to edge a 6-5 thriller.
Murphy defeated Anthony McGill 5-4 in his quarter-final on Friday, while Trump enjoyed a slightly more comfortable 5-3 victory over Xiao Guodong in his last-eight match.
Should this encounter go to a decisive 11th frame, Trump is 11/2 to prevail, with Murphy available at .