Next 48 Hours

(From left) Burnley's Steven Defour, Chris Wood and Tom Heaton applaud the supporters after the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley at Wembley Stadium in London, on Aug 27, 2017.
(From left) Burnley's Steven Defour, Chris Wood and Tom Heaton applaud the supporters after the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley at Wembley Stadium in London, on Aug 27, 2017. PHOTO: AFP

TODAY

FOOTBALL

FAS Women's Premier League Woodlands Wellington v Warriors FC (Serangoon Stadium, 7.30pm).

English Premier League Burnley v Palace (8.30pm), Swansea v Newcastle (11pm) - Singtel TV Ch102 & StarHub Ch227.

Dutch Eredivisie Heerenveen v PSV (Singtel TV Ch116 & StarHub Ch210, 6.20pm).

German Bundesliga Berlin v Bremen Leverkusen (9.20pm), Schalke v Stuttgart (11.50pm) - Singtel TV Ch116 & StarHub Ch210.

Italian Serie A Inter v SPAL (6.25pm), Benevento v Torino (11.55pm), Bologna v Napoli (tomorrow, 2.40am) - Singtel TV Ch109. Lazio v Milan (Ch109 & Mediacorp okto, 8.55pm). Verona v Fiorentina (Ch110, 8.55pm).

Spanish LaLiga Deportivo v Sociedad (5.55pm), Bilbao v Girona (10.10pm), Celta v Alaves (tomorrow, 12.25am), Villarreal v Betis (tomorrow, 2.40am) - StarHub Ch213.

GOLF

European Masters Day 4 (StarHub Ch204, 6pm).

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS

UFC 215 Johnson v Borg (Singtel TV Ch114 & StarHub Ch208, 10am).

MOTORCYCLING

MotoGP San Marino and Rimini Riviera Grand Prix: Races (Singtel TV Ch114 & StarHub Ch208, 4.30pm).

TENNIS

US Open Women's doubles & men's singles finals (Singtel TV Ch114 &

StarHub Ch208, tomorrow, 1am).

TRIATHLON

Singapore International Triathlon National Championships Men (7.10am) & women (7.30am) - East Coast Park Area E2.

TOMORROW

FOOTBALL

Spanish LaLiga Malaga v Las Palmas (StarHub Ch112/205 & 76.25MHz, Tuesday, 3am).

Live telecast times are subject to change. For latest updates, visit singteltv.com.sg & starhubgo.com or check the on-screen TV guide.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 10, 2017, with the headline 'Next 48 Hours'. Print Edition | Subscribe