With the break in domestic football, this week’s live streaming schedule is dominated by the US Open Tennis action along with a few International Friendlies.

Spanish seeds David Ferrer and Rafael Nadal both continue their US Open campaigns this afternoon against Filip Krajinovic and Diego Schwartzman respectively, with former world number one Nadal attracting plenty of speculative backing.

Number one seed Novak Djokovic meanwhile is almost certain to progress against Andreas Haider-Maurer, who should pose little to no threat against the world number one. The brother of Scottish sensation Andy Murray, Jamie, will take to court 10 with Australian John peers in a doubles match against American duo Bjorn Fratangelo and Dennis Novikov and will be keen to show his skills after Andy progressed to the second round by defeating controversial Aussie Nick Kyrgios, who was recently reprimanded for some backhanded remarks about Stan Wawrinka’s girlfriend when they faced one another recently.


With the dreaded international break looming, football fans the world over will be desperately seeking their fix, and Brazil v Costa Rica may prove to be an exciting match up after Costa Rica’s impressive run in the World Cup. Brazil come off the back of some less than stellar performances during the Copa America which resulted in their failure to qualify for the 2017 Confederations Cup, meaning they’ll be absent from the competition for the first time in nearly 20 years.

In spite of this, Brazil still have a squad brimming with talent with the likes of Oscar, Thiago Silva and Neymar expected to line up for the Canarinho, the latter of whom was part of the Barcelona team that secured an impressive treble last season and a part of the front three who scored an unbelievable 122 goals between them last season. Also likely to feature is Liverpool fan favourite Philippe Coutinho who has become renowned for his spectacular long range goals in recent months. Whatever the outcome, it’s sure to be a popular match and one well worth tuning in to!

There is also a whole host of other action this week, with some notable highlights listed below.

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