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Sofa Supporter: the sport on TV this weekend

The Rugby World Cup continues, as does the Premier League, while the Solheim Cup gets underway.

The spotlight will be on Graham Henry's New Zealand.
The spotlight will be on Graham Henry's New Zealand.

TODAY:

Cricket: Twenty20 international: England v West Indies, (Sky Sports 2, 6pm).

Cycling: Road World Championships: Copenhagen, ( Eurosport, 8.30am, noon).

Golf: Solheim Cup: Killeen Castle Golf Resort, (Sky Sports 1, 7am),

Solheim Cup highlights, (RTÉ Two, 9.05pm); PGA Tour, The Tour

Championship, (Sky Sports 1, 7pm).

Gridiron: College Football: Brigham Young Cougars v UCF Knights, (ESPN, 1am, Sat).

Horse Racing: Live racing, (Channel 4, 12.55pm).

Rugby Union: World Cup: Australia v USA, (ITV1, Setanta Ireland 9.15am); Rabodirect Pro12: Munster v Cardiff, (RTÉ Two, 7pm); Top 14: Agen v

Toulouse, (Setanta Ireland, 7.45pm); Premiership: Sale Sharks v Northampton Saints, (ESPN, 7pm); Top 14: Agen v Toulouse, (Setanta Ireland, 7.45pm).

Soccer: Championship: Brighton v Leeds, (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm).

Sport: Seó Spóirt, (TG4, 8.30pm).

TOMORROW:

Cycling: Road World Championships: Copenhagen, (Eurosport, 8am, 12.30pm).

GAA: Peil na mBan Beo: All-Ireland Ladies Football Finals from Croke Park: Cork v Monaghan (senior), Westmeath v Cavan (intermediate), New York v Wicklow (junior), (TG4, 11.55am).

Golf: Solheim Cup: Killeen Castle Golf Resort, (Sky Sports 1, 7am); PGA Tour: The Tour Championship, (Sky Sports 1, 7pm).

Horse Racing:
Live Racing, (Channel 4, 12.55pm).

Motorsport: F1 qualifying Singapore, (BBC1, 2pm, Setanta Sports 1, 2.55pm).

Rugby Union: World Cup: England v Romania, (ITV1, 6am, Setanta Ireland, 6.30am); New Zealand v France, (Setanta Ireland, 8.45am, ITV1, 9.10am); Premiership: Leicester Tigers v Saracens, (ESPN, 1.45pm); Currie Cup: Lions v Blue Bulls, (Sky Sports 3, 1.55pm); Championship: Cornish Pirates v Leeds Carnegie, (Sky Sports 3, 3.55pm).

Soccer: Premier League: Manchester City v Everton, (Sky Sports 2, 12.30pm); Liverpool v Wolverhampton Wanderers, (Setanta Ireland, 2.30pm); Stoke City v Manchester United, (ESPN, 4.45pm); Scottish Premier League: Dunfermline Athletic v Rangers, (Sky Sports 4, 12.30pm); Championship: Watford v Nottingham Forest, (BBC2, 5.10pm); Primera Liga: Real Madrid v Rayo Vallecano, (Sky Sports 4, 6.55pm), Barcelona v Atletico Madrid, (Sky Sports 4, 9pm); Serie A: Napoli v Fiorentina, (ESPN, 7.45pm). EA Sports Cup final: Cork City v Derry, (Setanta Ireland, 5.30pm). Serie A: Milan v Cesena, (Setanta Sports 1, 7.40pm).

SUNDAY:

Athletics: Berlin Marathon, (BBC, 7.45am).

Cricket: Twenty20 international: England v West Indies, (Sky Sports 1, 6.25pm); Serie A: Parma v AS Roma, (Setanta Ireland 7.40pm, ESPN, 7.45pm).

Cycling: Road World Championships: Copenhagen, (Eurosport, 10am).

Golf: Solheim Cup: Killeen Castle Golf Resort, (Sky Sports 2, 9.30am);

PGA Tour: The Tour Championship, (Sky Sports 1, 5pm).

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles v New York Giants, (Sky Sports 4, 5.30pm); Chicago Bears v Green Bay Packers, (Sky Sports 4, 9.15pm); Indianapolis Colts v Pittsburgh Steelers, (Channel 4, 1am, Mon).

Motorsport: Formula One, Singapore Grand Prix, (BBC1, 12.10pm, Setanta Ireland, 12.55pm).

Rugby Union: World Cup: Fiji v Samoa, (ITV1, Setanta Ireland, 3am); Ireland v Russia, (ITV1, Setanta Ireland, 5.30am); Argentina v Scotland (ITV1, Setanta Ireland 8am). Premiership: Exeter Chiefs v London Wasps (Sky Sports 3, 2.30pm).

Soccer: SPL: St Johnstone v Hearts, (ESPN, 11.30am); Championship: Cardiff v Leicester, (Sky Sports 1, 1pm); Premier League: Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa, (Sky Sports 1, 3.30pm); Bundesliga: Werder Bremen v Hertha Berlin, (ESPN, 4.30pm); Primera Liga: Granada v Osasuna, (Sky Sports 3, 4.55pm); Sporting Gijon v Racing Santander, (Sky Sports 3, 7pm); Real Zaragoza v Malaga, (Sky Sports 3, 9pm); Serie A: Parma v Roma, (Setanta Ireland, 7.40pm).

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