Sports events you shouldn't miss this week (January 14)

Champion Manchester City will hope to close the gap on leaders Liverpool with a home win against the Wolves. The big game of the week sees Arsenal and Chelsea meet, while the pressure is on Real Madrid in La Liga against high-flying Sevilla. The meeting of STVV and Genk is a great way to kick-start things in Belgium. The first Grand Slam of the year see's tennis' biggest stars compete in the Australian Open. Elsewhere, Manny Pacquiao puts his welterweight belt on the line and lots of exciting opportunities in the NBA!


Premier League - Manchester City versus Wolverhampton Wanderers

Only a win will do for Manchester City against Wolves on Monday at 9 p.m. if it is to keep the pressure on the leader. Pep Guardiola masterminded Liverpool's first defeat in the EPL last time out and will be excited to have playmaker Kevin De Bruyne back to full fitness here. Newly promoted Wolves have enjoyed a stellar debut season, and have already notched wins against Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. No easy games here!

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La Liga - Real Madrid versus Sevilla

After suffering their worst start to a La Liga season, Real Madrid needs a big result against a strong Sevilla outfit on Saturday at 4.15 p.m. Los Blancos have struggled to replace Cristiano Ronaldo's goals after his move to Juve while also boasting the worst defensive record in the top seven places. Sevilla has excelled expectations so far, with Ben Yedder and Andre Silva helping Pablo Machín's men to stay in the title race so far.

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Premier League - Arsenal versus Chelsea

Always one of the standout fixtures in the Premier League campaign, Arsenal versus Chelsea is a fiery London derby set to take place on Saturday at 6.30 p.m. Unai Emery has improved his side with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette helping to fire the Gunners to some big wins. Chelsea has stuttered recently after an excellent start to life under Maurizo Sarri, and will be hoping for another win after its 3-2 victory at Stamford Bridge back in August.

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Jupiler Pro League - STVV versus KRC Genk

Belgium's top teams return from the winter break with some juicy games to look forward to! Up first is the Limburg derby, where leader Genk faces a difficult trip on Friday at 8.30 p.m. to sixth placed STVV. Genk, the current tabletopper, will be hoping to extend its seven-point lead over Club Brugge. Elsewhere, Sporting Charleroi will be hoping to climb back into the playoff 1 position with a big result against Club Brugge on Sunday at 2.30 p.m. And finally check out the big game between  KAA Gent and RSC Anderlecht on Sunday at 6 p.m.

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Tennis - 2019 Australian Open

The 2019 Australian Open begins January 14, marking the start of a new tennis season. Defending champ Roger Federer headlines the men's draw as he'll try to win his seventh Australian Open title. Gunning for his third straight major, Novak Djokovic enters the 2019 Australian Open as the favourite. All the focus on the women's set will be on Serena Williams and whether she can equal the all-time record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles, held by Margaret Court.

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NBA - Oklahoma Thunder versus LA Lakers

The NBA continues to present lots of exciting games on a regular basis. Up first, the Oklahoma Thunder meet the LA Lakers on Thursday at 3.30 a.m. The OKC Thunder have established themselves among the elite in the NBA this season with Russell Westbrook the man for the big moments. The Lakers will hope to have LeBron James back from injury in time for this match up after missing recent games due to a groin injury. Check out the betting opportunities available on the NBA here!

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Boxing - Manny Pacquiao versus Adrien Broner

The first major boxing event of 2019 takes place on January 19 when Manny Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) defends his WBA welterweight title against Adrien Broner (33-3-1, 24 KOs) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Pacquiao's last fight in July ended in a knockout win over Lucas Matthysse, his first time to stop an opponent since 2009 -- a stretch of 13 fights without scoring a stoppage victory. Will we see a knockout here?

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