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November on Optus Sport

November on Optus Sport – With Premier League, LALIGA, WSL, J.League and more UEFA EURO 2024 qualifiers all ahead, November is going to be another massive month on Optus Sport.

Australian Ange Postecoglou will start the month with one of the toughest tests of his tenure so far as he puts his scintillating start as Tottenham manager on the line at home to fierce London rivals Chelsea at 7am (AEST) on Tuesday, November 7.

It’s the first of two big games for Chelsea in the month of November, as they welcome champions Manchester City to Stamford Bridge just six days later.

Pep Guardiola’s side also have a difficult month ahead as they follow up their ‘Big Six’ battle with the Blues by renewing their huge rivalry with Liverpool in a game that could once again go a long way to deciding the destination of the Premier League title.

Over in LALIGA, Spain’s two main protagonists, Real Madrid and Barcelona, are both in action with Los Blancos in particular facing a couple of tricky fixtures against Valencia and local rivals Rayo Vallecano.

The WSL returns in November after the international break and some massive fixtures come with it.

Five Matildas face off at the start of the month as Arsenal’s Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord and Kyra Cooney-Cross take on Manchester City duo Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy on November 5 at 11.30pm (AEST).

It’s not the only time that month that Arsenal’s Aussie trio will come up against a familiar face, as they take on Mackenzie Arnold’s West Ham at the end of November.

We also have a blockbuster Manchester derby as United host City on November 20.

Over in Japan, Australia’s Kevin Muscat will come closer to discovering if his Yokohama F.Marinos side can deliver back-to-back J.League titles.

International football returns too, as we learn which teams will qualify for UEFA EURO 2024, which teams will be heading to the playoffs and which teams will be missing out altogether.

England, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, and Portugal are amongst the big countries in action as part of 46 games over five days.

It’s going to be a massive month of football on Optus Sport, you wouldn’t want to miss it.

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November on Optus Sport
November on Optus Sport

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