The UEFA Champions League returns to our screens with round three of the group stage.
From the Premiership, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all
currently sit at the top of their groups after some positive results in previous rounds.
Coming up on Tuesday, Arsenal head to Russia to take on CSKA Moscow in Group
G. The Gunners go into the
match with maximum points.
The north London side won 2-1 away in Hamburg in the first round, then overcame FC Porto 2-0, leaving them with a full six points.
The Moscovites are in second place, and pose the stiffest challenge so far to the Gunners' European campaign.
With the time difference due to the match being played in Moscow, the game has an early kick-off. Tune in to ITV4 from 5.00pm for a 5.30pm kick-off.
Straight after the game, over on ITV1, Manchester United play Copenhagen in a Group F game. Man U have also won twice so far.
They'll fancy their chances as their opponents have picked up just a point from a 0-0 draw and a defeat. Kick-off is at 7.45pm.
On Wednesday, Chelsea and Liverpool's matches are on at the same time.
Liverpool travel to France to play Bordeaux. The Reds go into the game against lowly Bordeaux having won their last game 3-2. England striker Peter Crouch scored twice in the win against Galatasaray.
The game is on SSX, and kick-off is at 7.45pm.
The top two teams in Group A meet at Stamford Bridge when Chelsea play Barcelona.The mouthwatering fixture is on SS1 from 7.30pm, and kick-off is at 7.45pm.
l In cricket, England play their first ICC Champions Trophy match this week, when they take on hosts India in a one-dayer on Sunday. Live coverage is on SS2 from 9.30am, with highlights on SS3 at 8.00pm.