The new football season is finally here! talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 will be bringing you more live commentaries than ever before with more than 100 games on the airwaves over the coming weeks and months. Luton and Boro got things under way on Friday night and now there is a bumper day of EFL action with the Championship, League One and League Two to look forward to. getty Thomas Frank’s Brentford take on Birmingham in their opening tie of the 2019/20 Championship season The English Football League enjoyed another memorable campaign last term and there’s sure to be all sorts of thrills and spills in the 2019/20 season, too. talkSPORT has three live games for you today, plus our around the grounds Matchday Live show to take in every goal as it goes in a
England kick off their Women’s World Cup campaign against Scotland in Nice as Phil Neville’s side eye a first title.The Lionesses are among the favourites to win the tournament, sitting third in the FIFA rankings – and will hope to make light work of their neighbours. getty England kick off their Women’s World Cup campaign against Scotland in Nice They will they face Argentina and Japan in Group D as they strive to reach the final in Lyon on July 7. This match – and every England and Scotland game this summer – will be live on talkSPORT and here’s how you can tune in. gossip Transfer news LIVE: De Gea to PSG, Man United Koulibaly bid, Bale defiant message
Fight Night The all-British grudge match will take place in London and we'll be bringing you exclusive coverage of the night's action James DeGale and Chris Eubank Jr will contest their eagerly awaited grudge match tonight as the British rivals face off in London for the vacant IBO super-middleweight title. There has been plenty of bad blood between the pair over recent years and the fight – which will be live on talkSPORT – will take place against a backdrop of hostility amid their mutual dislike for one another. James DeGale vs Chris Eubank Jr: UK date, start time, full undercard DeGale said of his opponent recently: “I believe he doesn’t have the pedigree, the size and skill to beat me. Every time he has stepp...
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OVER 65: SRI LANKA 226-6 (Dickwella 27, Dilruwan 2) – It’s all happening now. Moeen gets one to jag back in at Dilruwan and it pops up off his bat/pad. They appeal loudly, asking for either. Erasmus doesn’t fancy it and Root decides not to send this one upstairs. A well-run two off the last as Dickwella goes hard with the reverse-sweep, to big cheers from the home contingent. Let's block ads! (Why?) talkSPORT