What’s on BT Sport this weekend? Your armchair guide for all our live action

Don’t miss a huge London derby in the Premier League, the Grand Prix of Aragon and European football galore.

Published: 10 September 2021 - 11.58am

We’re back from the first football international break of the season with a bang on BT Sport and there's a whole host of unmissable live action coming up this weekend.

From the return of the Premier League to the latest round of MotoGP drama, settle in for wall-to-wall elite-level sport.

Read on for the pick of our live schedule this weekend.

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Crystal Palace v Tottenham

The Premier League returns after the international break and we’ve got a superb offering on Saturday lunchtime from Selhurst Park - live on BT Sport 1HD & Ultimate from 11.30am.

Crystal Palace, still searching for their first league win under new boss Patrick Vieira, entertain early pacesetters Tottenham in what promises to be an explosive London derby.

The Eagles have made a slow start to life under Vieira but earned a more than creditable draw at West Ham last time out in an impressive away performance.

Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher scored a brace at the London Stadium and the 21-year-old is being touted as a future star for club and country.

The Premier League on BT Sport

After a tumultuous summer, Tottenham have defied expectations to make a perfect start in the league under new boss Nuno Espirito Santo.

They have won all three matches against Man City, Wolves and Watford by the same 1-0 scoreline and will be determined to maintain their superb start in south London.

With Harry Kane back in the fold after a summer move didn’t materialise, Spurs will be confident of making it four consecutive wins against a Palace side still trying to find their feet under their new boss.

Will Tottenham continue their perfect start? Or can Palace spring a surprise? 

Watch Crystal Palace v Tottenham live on BT Sport 1HD & Ultimate from 11.30am on Saturday.

MotoGP Aragon

The fastest show on two wheels reconvenes in the Spanish autonomous region of Aragon for one of the highlights of the MotoGP calendar.

France’s Fabio Quartararo extended his championship lead with victory at the British Grand Prix in the last race and is firm favourite to clinch the title with only seven races remaining.

The 22-year-old crashed in practice at Silverstone but was in superb form as he closes in on his first world title and would love to add more points on Sunday.

Marc Marquez, winner of four of the last five races in Aragon, will have something to say about that and the iconic Spaniard will be desperate to claim his second win of an interrupted season on one of his favoured tracks.

We’ll build up to the race with full and uninterrupted coverage of every Free Practice and the Qualifying session. We’ll also, of course, be showing every Moto2 and Moto3 session - including the races - in full.

And after you catch your breath, Chequered Flag will round up the weekend’s talking points with the very best analysis from our pundits and high-profile guests.

Find out coverage start times and channels here.

European football

Settle in for a huge weekend of European football on BT Sport with no fewer than 15 games from Serie A, Ligue 1 and Primeira Liga live.

We’ve got some mouth-watering fixtures from the Italian top flight including Napoli’s clash with Juventus and AC Milan’s meeting with Lazio.

Reeling from the loss of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Old Lady will be looking to get back to winning ways after a slow start to life under Massimiliano Allegri.

Defending champions Inter have made the perfect start this season without Antonio Conte and Romelu Lukaku and will be looking to extend their perfect start against Sampdoria.

Our Ligue 1 offering begins on Friday night when champions Lille travel to Lorient. The reigning champions have won just one of their four opening games and are already seven points adrift of leaders Paris Saint-Germain.

On Saturday, we have a blockbuster clash between Monaco and Marseille from Stade Louis II and that's not all, there are three more games from France on Sunday featuring Lyon, Rennes and Nice.

What’s more, we’re showing one of the biggest games in Portuguese football on Saturday evening when Sporting CP take on Porto.

Both sides have made an impressive start to the new season and the fierce rivalry is definitely not one to be missed.

View our European football TV schedule this weekend here.

And much, much more...

And that's far from all we've got to offer.

We’re also showing National League football, the preliminary finals in the AFL from Australia, Twenty20 and international cricket, motorsport, Major League baseball and WWE on what promises to be another unforgettable weekend on BT Sport.

For channels and start times of all our live action - both this weekend and beyond - check out our What's On page.