Sky Sports Today - Nov 21

All the news, views, action and reaction from the sporting world.

  • 22:25

    THAT'S ALL FOLKS
    Friday has been a busy one but Saturday will be something else. Masses of live sport to keep an eye out for from early in the morning until the late hours. We'll have all kinds of live blogs for you tomorrow encompassing all the football action, the best of the rugby union, qualifying in Abu Dhabi and of course Cleverly-Bellew II. We'll be back in the morning and thanks for your company today. 
  • 22:06

    IF THAT'S NOT ENOUGH
    Saturday night should prove to be a classic night of boxing from the Echo Arena in Liverpool. Cleverly-Bellew II is the highlight but the undercard promises to be excellent as well, with James DeGale, George Groves, Anthony Joshua, Jamie McDonnell, Scott Quigg and Callum Smith all in action. To book the Sky Box Office event go to my.sky.com/orderboxoffice/ 


  • 22:03

    AND THERE'S MORE
    It's not just football, you know.The Formula One season wraps up in Abu Dhabi and Saturday is the big qualifying session. Will Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton grab pole for the double points race? Qualifying takes place on Sky Sports F1 from 1:00pm. Rory McIlroy continues his bid for glory in the DP World Tour Championship on Sky Sports 4 from 8:00am and the third round of the CME Group LPGA Tour Championship is on the same channel from 6:30pm. And then there is plenty of rugby...Italy v South Africa on Sky Sports 2 from 1:30pm followed by Ireland v Australia and England v Samoa. France v Argentina will be on the SS2 red button from 8:00pm and then live on SS2 from 9:00pm. Phew again...
  • 21:59

    SENSATIONAL SATURDAY
    What a selection of live sport coming up across the Sky Sports network on Saturday. So much, we are going to split it in to a few posts. Football first, starting with the Sky Bet Championship clash between Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday, live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 12:00pm. From the Premier League comes the mouthwatering meeting of Arsene Wenger and Louis van Gaal, Arsenal hosting Manchester United. Coverage kicks off, again on Sky Sports 1 HD, at 4:$5pm. On top of that, four games from La Liga; Atletico Madrid v Malaga (SS5, red button from 5:15pm), Eibar v Real Madrid (SS5, 5:15pm), Barcelona v Sevilla (SS5, 7:00pm) and Deportivo La Coruna v Real Sociedad (SS5 9:00pm), where David Moyes will make his Sociedad managerial debut. And don't forget Ajax v Heerenveen from the Eredivisie (SS3, 7:35pm). Phew...

  • 21:50

    PRO12 RESULTS ARE IN
    Connacht the big winners of the night in terms of points advantage but a huge win for Ulster over the Ospreys in the big game of the night.

  • 21:44

    CARDIFF 2-1 READING
    No shock comeback for Reading at the Cardiff City Stadium where the 10-men come up short. The win is enough to lift Russell Slade's side into 11th above Forest, who play Wolves on Saturday. From the earlier finish, Brentford have moved up to fourth, just a point off leaders Derby, who play Watford tomorrow.
  • 21:39


  • 21:39

    BRENTFORD 2-1 FULHAM
    The West London derby proved to be an exciting one with Brentford coming from behind to snatch three points in the final 10 minutes, thanks to goals from Harlee Dean and Jota.
  • 21:35

    GOAL! BRENTFORD 2-1 FULHAM (Jota, 90+1)
    Mark Warburton's substiitution has worked out perfectly as Jota cuts in from the right, on his left foot, and fires a shot past Bettinelli with the aid of a deflection off Dan Burn.
  • 21:31

    GOAL! CARDIFF 2-1 READING
    Game on in South Wales as Michael Hector pulls a goal back for the Royals with nine minutes remaining. An exciting end to tonight's Sky Bet Championship action...
  • 21:29

    TRADING VIEWS PODCAST
    Already excited for Saturday Night Football's match between Arsenal and Manchester United? Ed Chamberlin certainly is, predicting goals galore in the Emirates clash on this week's Trading Views Podcast. Ed is joined by Sky Bet's Dale Tempest, with the duo offering up their views best bets for the match:

    Want to follow Ed and Dale's advice? Find Sky Bet's Premier League odds here.
  • 21:27

    GOAL! BRENTFORD 1-1 FULHAM (Dean, 80)
    He starts the move and finishes the move. What a cracker from 15 yards. Dean smashes the ball into the roof of the net and it's all-square and a deserved equaliser for the Bees and the crowd go bonkers.
  • 21:26

    MAGIC MAGPIE
    Nice to see Jonas Gutierrez enjoying a trip at the dentist as he continues his recovery from cancer. The Argentine has successfully fought the illness for a second time and will return to training at St James' Park next month.

  • 21:19

    BRENTFORD 0-1 FULHAM
    Stoke's goalkeeper saluting the efforts of the Fulham no.1

  • 21:14

    TIME TO STAND AGAINST FIFA
    Lord Triesman says it's time to protest against FIFA and threaten to boycott the World Cup if they don't become more transparent.
  • 21:06

    FOOTBALL ON SKY
    Get over to Sky Sports 1 for the last half-hour at Griffin Park. 10 chances to 3 for the hosts but Brentford still trail.
  • 21:04

    GOAL! BRENTFORD 0-1 FULHAM (Rodallega, 57)
    What are the chances! Brentford totally on top, they've had plenty of chances and their opponents break away and score. Sorry Bees fans. It's a smart side-foot from Rodallega from the edge of the box after good work from McCormack as Brentford pay for their toothlessness in front of goal.

  • 21:01

    BRENTFORD 0-0 FULHAM
    It's still goalless but the hosts are surging forward looking for that opening goal.
  • 21:00

    ROONEY BACKS WELBECK
    Wayne Rooney says Danny Welbeck was right to leave Manchester United for Arsenal in the summer. During his 11-year spell at United, Rooney watched Welbeck  progress from teenage prodigy to first-team striker and admits it will be strange to play against the 23-year-old striker on Saturday. Rooney told MUTV.....
    Of course, Danny has been here all of his life. He is a Manchester lad so it is weird seeing him there. But that's football nowadays and players move on. I think, for Danny, and for his own personal career, it was probably the best move for him. He's done great and scored a few goals and is playing well. Danny gives you what he always gives you - a good shift. He works hard for the team. At times, as I said to him, he works a bit too hard but he's scoring goals and he's doing well."
    Rooney and Welbeck - great partnership for England
  • 20:52

    SUPER SIX
    With £250,000 up for grabs this weekend, Jeff Stelling gives you his predictions for this weekend's Super Six.
  • 20:51

    TEA TIME! BRENTFORD 0-0 FULHAM
  • 20:47

    LA LIGA LATEST
  • 20:42

    GOAL! CARDIFF 2-0 READING
    It's a shocking night for Pearce. Scores an own goal then gets sent off for a foul in the box and Whittingham fires in the penalty.
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