This is an intriguing affair to kick-off Round 3 of Super League with both teams able to claim the win. It could be a tight contest with both teams going toe-to-toe up front and with Wakefield having a few injuries in the pack, Catalans might be able to utilise their big and dynamic forwards to roll up the pitch.
Karachi Kings could still be reeling from the spat that marred their game with Lahore Qalandars with two of their key players potentially facing disciplinary action as a result. They now face a Peshawar Zalmi side that are full of confidence after a superb bowling display against the Qalandars.
The first ever UFC event in the Czech Republic is headlined by the Polish top contender Jan Blachowicz who is looking to diffuse the explosive and tenacious showstopper Thiago Santos.
Gian Villante heads to the Czech Republic to break the rot of split decisions and get back to old knockout ways but Michal Oleksiejczuk is destined to fly up the light heavyweight ranks with a host of knockouts himself.
Stefan Struve desperately needs a win and takes on the dangerous Marcos Rogério de Lima but will the dynamite in his hands be able to collapse the Skyscraper?
We have a fascinating bantamweight scrap as John Dodson takes on Petr Yan. The Russian is a top prospect in the division but has to get past the dangerous veteran to prove the hype is real.
Lucie Pudilová has the honour of fighting in front of her home fans for the first UFC event in the Czech Republic but she does not have a very kind match-up as Liz Carmouche flies over to Europe to spoil the show.
Klidson Abreu makes his UFC debut after filling in for Darko Stošić who had to pull out with injury but he has an incredibly tough welcome as he takes on another Dagestani prospect in the shape of Magomed Ankalaev.
It may be still very early days in the 2019 Premier League season but this is a crucial match for both players. Suljovic struggled for wins in last season’s tournament although he played to a high standard throughout and he will want to avoid doing the same this year so needs to get a win on the board as soon as possible, especially against a player who is struggling to find his best game.
Michael Smith and Daryl Gurney have become very accomplished players on the big stage over the past couple of years with some impressive performances in big tournaments cementing their places in the top six of the PDC rankings.
The last two winners of the PDC World Championship face off in what is sure to be a very high-quality tussle. Rob Cross has really been showing a return to form over the last few weeks, both in the Premier League and away from the TV screens where he has been posting a regular stream of ton plus averages.
Peter Wright’s opening two matches of the tournament have seen him start very slowly and although he has recovered on both occasions he will certainly need to start playing well from the off if he is to make a push for a return to the play-offs.
Both Gerwyn Price and James Wade have performed to a good standard over the opening two weeks of the competition with very similar tournament averages of over 99. Breaking this down further, Price has scored produced the heavier scoring with only Van Gerwen and Cross having a better average over the first nine darts of a leg. Wade has been more effective on his finishing with over 50% of his attempts at a double being successful.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will have to come through a Europa League test ahead of Southampton’s visit to the Emirates, while Heung-Min Son is aiming to keep up a 100% scoring record since his return from international duty. Mohamed Salah will look to improve his statistics against the top six, as Felipe Anderson and Salomon Rondon’s fixtures mean this week’s captaincy debate contains a double dose of differentials.