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Don’t touch that dial… here’s the sport on TV this weekend

Cork v Dublin and Tottenham v Monaco are among the highlights on the box over the next few days.

  • One to watch: The quarter-final double header of Monaghan-Tyrone and Dublin-Cork should not be missed.
  • One t0 Sky+: The Tottenham-Monaco friendly should be intriguing viewing, particularly given all the new signings likely to be on show.
  • One to skip: Now that the Tour de France is over, this weekend’s cycling doesn’t particularly whet the appetite.

Friday

Cricket: Third Investec Ashes Test, England v Australia, (Sky Sports Ashes, 10am).

GAA: The GAA Show, (3E, 6.30pm).

Golf: Women’s Open, (BBC2, 1pm); World Golf Championship, (Sky Sports 4, 7pm).

Horse Racing: Goodwood, (Channel 4, 1.30pm).

Soccer: League One, Sheffield United v Notts County, (Sky Sports 1, 7pm).

Saturday

Cricket: Third Investec Ashes Test, England v Australia, (Sky Sports Ashes, 10am).

Cycling: Tour of Poland, (Eurosport, 4.30pm and 6pm).

Equestrian: International Horse Show, (Sky Sports 3, 2pm).

GAA: All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals, Monaghan v Tyrone, Croke Park, (RTÉ Two, 5pm); Dublin v Cork, Croke Park, (RTÉ Two, 7pm).

Golf: Women’s Open, (BBC2, 2.30pm); World Golf Championship, (Sky Sports 4, 5pm and Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm).

Horse Racing: Goodwood, (Channel 4, 1.30pm).

Rugby Union: Super Rugby Final, TBC, (Sky Sports 1, 8.30am).

Soccer: Championship, Burnley v Bolton, (Sky Sports 1, noon); Scottish Premier League, Celtic v Ross County, (Sky Sports 1, 5pm); Friendly, Monaco v Tottenham, (ITV4, 5.15pm).

Swimming: World Championships, (Eurosport, 9am and BBC2, 6pm).

Tennis: Mercury Insurance Open, (Eurosport, 10pm).

Sunday

Australian Rules: AFL, Collingwood Magpies v Essendon Bombers, (ESPN, 7.30am).

Cricket: Third Investec Ashes Test, England v Australia, (Sky Sports Ashes, 10am).

Cycling: Ride London, (BBC2, 11.30am, Eurosport, 12.45pm, BBC1, 4.30pm).

Equestrian: International Horse Show, (Sky Sports 3, 2pm).

GAA: All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals, Kerry v Cavan, Croke Park, (RTÉ Two, 2pm); Mayo v Donegal, Croke Park (RTÉ Two, 4pm). The Sunday Game, (RTÉ Two, 9.30pm).

Golf: Women’s Open, (BBC2, 2pm); World Golf

Championship, (Sky Sports 4, 5pm and Sky Sports 1, 6.30pm).

Motorsport: British Touring Car Championship, (ITV4, 11.15am and Eurosport, 8pm).

Soccer: Scottish Premier League, Hibernian v Motherwell, (Sky Sports 1, 1pm); Championship, Derby v Blackburn, (Sky Sports 1, 3.30pm).

Swimming: World Championships, (Eurosport 9am and 5pm).

Tennis: Mercury Insurance Open, (Eurosport, 10pm).

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