The Champions League returns this week, including the stand-out game between Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium, which is one of nine matches to be shown LIVE in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.
But first of all, there's Premier League action to take care of on MONDAY night. Burnley, who are braced for an approach from Everton for manager Sean Dyche, host Rafa Benitez's Newcastle United at Turf Moor.
The match will be shown on Sky Sports' MNF programme from 7.00pm, with the match kicking off at 8.00pm in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.
Then the European matches begin on TUESDAY. After securing a hard-fought 1-0 victory in the last Champions League matchday, Manchester United welcome Portuguese side Benfica to Old Trafford at 7.45pm.
A win for Jose Mourinho's men will guarantee their passage to the latter stages, as long as Basel avoid defeat against CSKA Moscow.
Also on TUESDAY, we'll be showing the match between Roma and Chelsea from Rome. The last meeting between the sides ended 3-3 when Eden Hazard rescued a point for the Blues after Edin Dzeko's brace turned the game on its head. The tie will also kick-off at 7.45pm in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.
Like near-neighbours United, Manchester City can progress to the second round of the Champions League on WEDNESDAY if they win away against Napoli at 7.45pm.
A victory against the Italian side will move Pep Guardiola's charges onto 12 points, meaning they can't be caught by Napoli.
But the game which is surely the pick of the week is the huge Group H tie between Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid. Striker Harry Kane won Spurs a point in the return fixture at the Bernabeu but is facing a race against time to fit for Wednesday's match. Can his side record a positive result with or without him? Find out from 7.45pm on WEDNESDAY!
English side Everton will be aiming to keep their Europa League hopes alive when they travel to Lyon on THURSDAY. The Toffees have got just one point from their first three games and could be knocked out if they lose against the French side and Atalanta get at least a point against Apollon Limassol. You can see how they get on in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar at 6.00pm.
Group H leaders Arsenal will secure their passage to the next round with a win against Red Star Belgrade on THURSDAY. The match will kick-off at 8.05pm and will be shown LIVE in the Sandy Pate Sports Bar.
Then on FRIDAY, the domestic action returns courtesy of the Championship. High-flying Wolves host Fulham at Molineux and it will be shown LIVE in the bar from 7.45pm.
In addition to the Championship game, we'll also be showing the Emirates FA Cup first round tie between Hyde United and MK Dons.
Can the non-league side cause an upset in the first game of the weekend? Watch the drama unfold from 7.55pm.
We will be serving food all week in the bar, including our delicious TV platter!
The TV Platter contains:
- Cheese & bacon potato skins
- BBQ baby-back ribs
- Garlic bread
- BBQ wings
- Buttered corn on the cob
- King prawns in Filo pastry
- Cheese and salsa nachos
- A selection of dipping sauces
The price for six people is just £23, or upgrade to include a three-litre beer tower with your meal for just £38.
Four people can enjoy the TV Platter for just £15, or £30 with the three-litre beer tower.
The Sandy Pate Sports Bar is located to the rear of the Ian Greaves Stand at One Call Stadium, with ample free parking.
For more information, or to book a booth, please call the bar on 01623 482 482 (option 2).