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Great live sport coming up in September

2nd September 2019

The Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan on September 20 but there’s plenty of other great live sport coming up throughout the month, including some top Premier League fixtures
 
Saturday, September 7
5pm
ITV
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier: England v Bulgaria
This is England’s third Euro 2020 Qualifier and their first fixture back to Wembley following the summer’s UEFA Nations League Finals. 
 
Saturday, September 10
7.45pm
ITV
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier: England v Kosovo
Action from St Mary’s in Southampton. This is the first time the two nations have faced each other since Kosovo were accepted as a UEFA federation in 2016. 
 
Saturday, September 14
12.30pm
BT Sport 1
Premier League: Liverpool v Newcastle United
Magpies boss Steve Bruce faces a tough challenger against the current Champions League holders on their home turf of Anfield. In the corresponding fixture last season, Newcastle were comprehensively beaten to the tune of 4-0. 
 
Saturday, September 14
5.30pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Norwich City v Manchester City
There was plenty of optimism around Carrow Road in the opening weeks of the season but the newly promoted Canaries face a tough outing against the reigning Premier League champions. 
 
Saturday, September 15
2pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Bournemouth v Everton
Everton were very active during the transfer window and will be hoping that the influx of new talents can help the Toffees take their game to the next level. 
 
Monday, September 16
8pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Aston Villa v West Ham
Aston Villa spent more than £118 million over the summer on new players and look set to make an impact on their return to the Premier League. 
 
Friday, September 20
8pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Southampton v Bournemouth
Honours were even between these two South Coast teams during the 2018/19 Premier League season with the sides drawing nil-nil in Bournemouth and then producing an entertaining 3-3 result in the return fixture at Southampton. 
 
Saturday, September 21
10.45am
ITV
Rugby World Cup: New Zealand v South Africa
A huge pool tie between two of the most successful teams in Rugby World Cup history. Of course, as reigning champions, the All Blacks will be favourites to win here but the Springboks have shown that they are a formidable outfit. 
 
Saturday, September 21
12.30pm
BT Sport 1
Premier League: Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Losing a talent like Harry Maguire to Manchester United was a massive blow for Leicester fans but they do have plenty of seasoned professionals remaining in their ranks. 
 
Sunday, September 22
11.15am
ITV
Rugby World Cup: England v Tonga
England get their 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign underway against a hard-tackling and physical Tongan side at the Sapporo Dome.
 
Sunday, September 22
2pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: West Ham v Manchester United
United head to the London Stadium for a tie against the Hammers.

Sunday, September 22
4.30pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Chelsea v Liverpool
One of the key Premier League games of the month as Frank Lampard’s Chelsea face a massive home test against the reigning European champions. After their exploits last season, the Reds will be desperate to add another title to their impressive historic tally. 
 
Monday, September 23
11.15am
ITV
Rugby World Cup: Wales v Georgia
Wales suffered a huge blow just a month out from the start of the World Cup when key backrow man Taulupe Faletau was ruled out of the tournament through injury. But even without their key man at No.8, Warren Gatland’s should have enough all-round quality to reach the latter stages of the tournament and potentially challenge for the Webb Ellis Trophy. 
 
Thursday, September 26
11.45am
ITV
Rugby World Cup: England v USA
The US Eagles have some huge physical specimens in their ranks and plenty of skill but are likely to struggle against a team with the experience and pedigree of England. USA skipper Blaine Skully will certainly have plenty of knowledge about his opponents given his stint with Leicester Tigers earlier in his career. 
 
Monday, September 30
8pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Manchester United v Arsenal
A huge game at Old Trafford between two sides desperate to reclaim their places in the Premier League top four. The Gunners finished fifth last season while United dropped to sixth during a disappointing campaign. Arsenal fans will be hoping that record signing Nicholas Pepe can make an impact on the wing. ‚Äč

 

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