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The US Open continues apace this week, with a host of top-class tennis on offer for bet365 customers to stream, starting with top seed Karolina Pliskova at 5:00pm tonight against 20th seed Coco Vandeweghe, with the Czech ace well backed to progress to the next round of the tournament. Later tonight Spanish sensation Rafael Nadal will take on Russian Andrey Rubley, with many fancying the top seed to win in style to progress to the next round. Early tomorrow morning Swiss ace Roger Federer will face Argentinian Juan Martin Del Potro in what should be one of the more competitive matches of the tournament, but after his imperious victory at Wimbledon, few will doubt Federer’s ability to go all the way in the final Grand Slam tournament of the year.
Football fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief as the international break draws to a close this weekend, and bet365 are streaming some brilliant matches from some of the top domestic leagues in Europe this weekend. German surprise package Red Bull Leipzig took the Bundesliga by storm last season, finishing second in the Bundesliga against all expectations in their maiden campaign in the German top flight. On Friday night they travel to second-placed Hamburger SV having won one and lost one so far, whilst the Hamburg-based side have enjoyed a strong start to the season, winning both of their matches.
On Saturday lunch time, fifth-placed Real Madrid host sixth-placed Levante in a clash that Zinedine Zidane will likely be expecting all three points from, and it’s difficult to imagine them dropping points against the newly promoted Valencian side. Los Blancos look to be building something quite special at the Bernabeu, and many football fans are expecting them to dominate European football for some time, with fantastic talents like Isco and Asensio being integrated into the first time over the course of the year and delivering staggeringly consistent form.
Moving on to Sunday, Barcelona host Espanyol after an embarrassing summer which saw them lose star player Neymar, and fail to land their chief target Phillippe Coutinho from Liverpool, but the Catalan giants have enjoyed a strong start to the season winning their first two matches in the league. New manager Ernesto Valverde is under intense pressure from the Blaugrana faithful to deliver some domestic and European success in his first season.
Other highlights this week include the FIBA Eurobasket tournament and the MLB in the US.
Some key highlights for this week are outlined below:
|06/09/2017||17:00||Tennis||US Open|| Karolina Pliskova (CZE) vs  Coco Vandeweghe (USA)|
|06/09/2017||19:00||Tennis||US Open|| Rafael Nadal (ESP) vs Andrey Rublev (RUS)|
|07/09/2017||02:00||Tennis||US Open|| Roger Federer (SUI) vs  Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG)|
|08/09/2017||19:30||Soccer||GER German Bundesliga||Hamburger SV (DEU) v RB Leipzig (DEU)|
|09/09/2017||12:00||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Real Madrid v Levante|
|09/09/2017||15:15||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Valencia v Atlético Madrid|
|09/09/2017||17:00||Soccer||Italian Serie A||Juventus v Chievo|
|09/09/2017||17:30||Soccer||GER German Bundesliga||1899 Hoffenheim (DEU) v FC Bayern Munchen (DEU)|
|09/09/2017||19:45||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Barcelona v Espanyol|
|10/09/2017||11:30||Soccer||Italian Serie A||Inter v Spal|
|10/09/2017||14:00||Soccer||Italian Serie A||Lazio v AC Milan|