What's on BT Sport this weekend? Your armchair guide for all our live action from the Premier League, Gallagher Premiership, UFC, WSL and much, much more
Don’t miss four Premier League matches, the climax to the Gallagher Premiership season, a huge UFC Fight Night from Abu Dhabi plus action from the Bundesliga and Ligue 1.
Summer may be over but the action is hotting up on BT Sport this weekend, with plenty to watch for armchair sports fans who are still unable to return to stadiums.
From four Premier League matches, UFC Fight Night action featuring Holly Holm through to what is sure to be a nail-biting battle for a place in the Gallagher Premiership play-offs, there is plenty to keep you glued to the TV.
Saturday 3 October
The first of four live Bundesliga games on BT Sport this weekend as title hopefuls Borussia Dortmund host Freiburg at Signal Iduna Park.
Could it end up being Jadon Sancho's final game in Germany before a big-money move to Manchester United? Tune in from 2.30pm on BT Sport 3 HD to find out.
Will Carlo Ancelotti's resurgent Toffees maintain their perfect start to the season, or will Graham Potter's Seagulls burst the bubble at Goodison?
Tune in for kick off from 3pm on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate.
The football action keeps coming with two games to choose from at opposite ends of the footballig pyramid, as King's Lynn Town v Yeovil from the Vanarama National League follows on from Everton v Brighton on BT Sport 1 HD from 5.15pm.
We head across the continent to France for a final football fix of the evening, as Patrick Vieria's Nice take on Nantes in Ligue 1 from 7.45pm on the same channel.
Sunday 4 October
Settle in for another jam-packed day of live sport, beginning with UFC in the early hours of the morning, as former champion Holly Holm takes on one of the sport's rising stars in Irene Aldana.
The Abu Dhabi prelims begin at 1.30am before the main card gets under way from 3.30am - all on BT Sport 1 HD.
Our third Premier League offering of the weekend comes from the King Power Stadium where table-topping Leicester will be looking to continue their perfect start to the new season against a West Ham side on the up after thrashing Wolves last time out.
Our coverage gets underway from 11am on BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport Ultimate and online with Premier League Today, as Jake Humphrey and guests look back at all of Saturday's action as well as previewing both of our Sunday games.
Can't decide which game to watch? Why not have one on TV and the other on your tablet or phone via the BT Sport app!
But that's not all! There are no fewer than four live games from Ligue 1 to choose from on Sunday.
Montpellier and Nimes kick us from midday on BT Sport 3 HD before we switch attention over to BT Sport ESPN HD from 2pm with back-to-back games featuring Brest v Monaco and Rennes v Reims.
After the final of the Champions Cup was decided last weekend, attention returns to domestic matters as the race for the semi-finals of the Gallagher Premiership goes down to the wire.
BT Sport will be showing all six games from the final round of the regular season as Wasps, Bath, Sale Sharks and Bristol Bears fight it out for the right to join pacesetters Exeter Chiefs in the play-offs.
With just two points separating second-placed Wasps and Bristol in fifth, it's all to play for as this marathon, 12-month season nears its thrilling conclusion.
All six games kick off at 3pm this and for more information on how to catch all the action as it happens, click here for TV details and live stream links.
We'll sum up all the day's action in Gallagher Premiership Tonight from 5.15pm on BT Sport 1 HD so you won't miss any of the best bits.
Sandwiched between the Premier League and the culmination of the Gallagher Premiership is an intriguing clash in the Women's Super League as defending champions Chelsea play Birmingham City in a battle of the Blues.
Coverage from Damson Park begins from 2.15pm on BT Sport 2 HD.
We bring the curtain down on another feast of sport with a double bill of European football. Tune into BT Sport 2 HD from 4.45pm to see if reigning Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich can bounce back from last week's shock defeat to Hoffenheim with a return to winning ways against Hertha Berlin.
From there, we head across the Rhine to France to see last year's Champions League semi-finalists Lyon take on Marseille in the final Ligue 1 game of the weekend from 7.45pm on BT Sport 1 HD.
For all full list of all our live sport this weekend, check out our What's On page.