Here’s all the biggest action you can watch live on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Premier Sports over the next week, all in one place on Sky.

There are buckets of Premier League action with midweek fixtures set to return and Formula 1 is back from its summer hiatus.

There’s also massive golf action and a variety of other options in a busy week on the box. Let’s take a look:

There’s also massive golf action and a variety of other options in a busy week on the box. Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

These are the Premier League leaders Arsenal v Fulham in a London Derby on Saturday (5.30pm), live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Southampton v Manchester United – fresh off a win over Liverpool – will kick off an action-packed weekend, live on BT Sport this Saturday (12.30pm)

liverpool hope to claim their first win of the season when they face newly promoted Bournemouth the same day, live via Premier Sports (3 p.m.).

On Sunday, Sky Sports Premier League will show both Wolves vs Newcastle (2pm) and Nottingham Forest v Tottenham Hotspur (4:30 p.m.).

Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka of Arsenal celebrate with their team mates during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal FC at Selhurst Park on August 5, 2022 in London, United Kingdom. Photo: Marc Atkins/Getty Images

BT Sport will have plenty more Premier League football from Tuesday to Thursday.

Southampton v Chelsea (7:45 p.m.) headlines Tuesday night on the channel. Tuesday will also see Crystal Palace take on Brentford and Fulham hosts Brighton – both matches kick off at 7.30pm. Leeds vs Everton is at 8 p.m.

Wednesday is Manchester City v Nottingham Forest (7:30 p.m.), Arsenal v Aston Villa (7.30pm), Bournemouth v Wolves (7.30pm), West Ham v Spurs (7:45 p.m.) and Liverpool v Newcastle (8 p.m.).

Thursday, Leicester city host Manchester United (8 p.m.) which is, once again, live on BT Sport.

Jadon Sancho (L) of Manchester United celebrates with his team mates after scoring his team’s first goal during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool FC at Old Trafford on August 22, 2022 in Manchester, England. Photo: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

In F1, Ferrari is looking to bounce back by renewing its rivalry with Red Bull in Belgian Grand Prix.

Free practice takes place on Friday from 1pm and again at 4pm, Saturday qualifying is live from 3pm, before the Grand Prix at 2pm on Sunday, all of which will be live on Sky Sports F1 throughout the weekend -end.

In golf, attention turns to money-making activities this weekend Tour Championshipwhich will star Rory McIlroy.

Meanwhile, the CP Women’s Open and the DP World Tour European Masters will also be shown live on Sky Sports Golf over the weekend, before the LPGA Tour returns next Thursday with the Dana open.

Race winner Max Verstappen of the Netherlands and Oracle Red Bull Racing celebrate in parc fermé during the F1 Grand Prix of Canada at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 19, 2022 in Montreal, Quebec. Photo: Dan Mullan/Getty Images

There’s a truckload of Serie A action for the European football fan, with 20 matches live on BT Sport, including Friday’s encounter between Lazio and Inter Milan (8pm).

If La Liga is your preference, Monday’s encounter between Valencia and Atletico Madrid (9pm CET) is one of 10 matches live on Premier Sports.

To get Sky Sports or Sports Extra (BT Sport and Premier Sports), see their website.