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This weekend sees the return of the German Bundesliga, and football fans everywhere will be eager to see how Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti adapts to life in Bavaria, having taken the reigns at Bayern München in July following Pep Guardiola's departure to Manchester City. It would be fair to say that Bayern have a very winnable opening fixture to get their campaign started as they host SV Werder Bremen at the Allianz Arena. With the likes of Thomas Müller, Robert Lewandowski and Douglas Costa at his disposal, Ancelotti will be expected at minimum to win the league this season, and the expectation will be that he makes good progress in European competitions as well. Borussia Dortmund fans will be going into this season optimistic about their chances after an impressive 2015-16 season, and manager Thomas Tuchel will be hoping to build on last year's success and challenge for the league. BVB entertain Tuchel's former club FSV Mainz on the first day of the season, and the Westfalenstadion should see a few goals with the likes of Pierre Errick Aubameyang and the returning Mario Götze lining up for Dortmund.
Elsewhere in Europe, the Italian Serie A continues with runaway title favourites Juventus travelling to Rome to face Lazio, whilst Napoli host fallen giants AC Milan; and the Spanish Primera Liga continues apace with Barcelona and Atlético Madrid travelling to Athletic Club and Leganés respectively, whilst Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid host Celta de Vigo at the Bernabéu.
On Monday the fourth and final Grand Slam on the tennis calendar gets underway in the form of the US Open. Scottish maestro Andy Murray will be eager to build on what has already been a fantastic year for him, having secured a gold medal in the men's singles at the Olympics in Rio, lifting the trophy at Wimbledon, and reaching the finals of both the Australian Open and the French Open earlier this year. It's likely however that Murray will have to best world number 1 Novak Djokovic to secure the title, and a surprise defeat against Croatian Marin Cilic in the Cincinatti Masters final two days ago will raise question marks over whether the Scotsman's chances of securing his second Grand Slam of 2016 will be marred by fatigue. With that being said, the Serb was himself knocked out of the Olympic men's' singles in the first round and his victory is far from assured. Djokovic is the fancied odds-on favourite at 10/11 with bet365, whilst Murray is an attractive 2/1. Joint third in the betting are Canadian ace Milos Raonic, ranked the world number 4 after Roger Federer, and former world number 1 Rafael Nadal, both 14/1.
bet365 will be Live Streaming all of the US Open action, and regardless of the outcome, the final Grand Slam of the year never fails to be one of the most exciting tournaments in world tennis.
Please see below some key highlights for bet365's Live Streaming schedule this week.