It's another bumper weekend of sport to look forward to, including the return of the Premier League, the Singapore Grand Prix and NFL action in London.
As well as that, racing fans have the l’Arc de Triomphe to look forward to and there should be a thrilling finale to golf’s Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
|What||Arsenal v Tottenham, Manchester City v Manchester United|
|Where||Emirates Stadium, Etihad Stadium|
|When||North London Derby: 12.30 Sat, 1 Oct - Manchester Derby: 14.00 Sun, 2 Oct|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1, Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||Arsenal 21/20, Draw 11/4, Tottenham 23/10 and Man City 1/3, Draw 19/4, Man Utd 13/2|
Four of the top five teams in the league meet over the course of the weekend in two massive Premier League derby games.
League leaders Arsenal entertain their north London rivals Tottenham, who go into this weekend sat third in the table.
A win for the visitors will see them leapfrog their local rivals, but they are facing a Gunners team that have won all three of home league games this term.
Meanwhile, defending champions Manchester City are looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season when Manchester United visit the Etihad.
Pep Guardiola’s men currently have a five-point advantage over the team from the other side of the city, but United have won on three of their last five league visits to City.
|What||Singapore Grand Prix|
|Where||Marina Bay Circuit, Singapore|
|When||Friday 30th September - Sunday 2nd October 2022|
|How to watch||Sky Sports F1|
|Odds||Max Verstappen 2/5, Charles Leclerc 4/1, Carlos Sainz 11/1, Lewis Hamilton 12/1|
Max Verstappen has a 116-point lead going into this Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix and the Dutchman could seal back-to-back Drivers’ titles if things go his way.
If the Red Bull ace wins Sunday’s race and second-placed Charles Leclerc finishes ninth or lower and Sergio Perez is outside the top three, then Verstappen will be crowned at Marina Bay.
That does seem an unlikely set of events especially when you consider Verstappen has not been victorious in Singapore, where he finished third last year.
|What||NFL - Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints|
|Where||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London|
|When||Sunday, 2 October 14:30|
|How to watch||Sky Sports NFL|
|Odds||Minnesota Vikings 4/6, New Orleans Saints 13/10|
The first of three NFL games in the UK this season takes place on Sunday, as the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints go head-to-head.
The Vikings go into this clash top of the NFC North, with a 2-1 record after their opening three games, while the Saints are 1-2 after a defeat to the Carolina Panthers last weekend.
|What||Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe|
|When||15.05, Sunday 2 October|
|How to watch||ITV|
|Odds||Luxembourg 7/2, Torquator Tasso 15/2, Titleholder 15/2|
There are 20 runners set to go to post for the biggest race in France on Sunday, with £2.4million up for grabs for the winner of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
Aidan O’Brien has only had two winners in this Group 1 contest, with the latest being Found in 2016, but looks to have a great chance of making it three victorious with Luxembourg.
The three-year-old has won on five of his six previous starts and his trainer says he is in ‘great shape’ going into Sunday's big race.
|What:||Alfred Dunhill Links Championship|
|Where:||St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, Fife and Angus, Scotland|
|When:||Thursday 29th September - Sunday 2nd October|
|How to watch:||Sky Sports Golf & Live Golf Tracker|
|Odds:||Rory McIlroy 22/1, Matt Fitzpatrick 12/1, Shane Lowry 2500/1, Tyrrell Hatton 125/1, Tommy Fleetwood 33/1|
One of the most popular tournaments on the DP World Tour concludes over the weekend, with professionals and amateurs playing alongside each other.
Five of the last eight winners of the event have been English, including the 2021 winner Danny Willett.
Saturday will see the field split across the three links courses, with Sunday’s final round taking place at the Old Course at St Andrews.