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As many NFL touchdowns as you can handle, Ajax v Feyenoord plus a wide variety of new and exciting sports. Here's what's on offer to all Sky TV customers on Sky Sports Mix this weekend...


Sunday serves up a cracker from the Dutch Eredivisie as the top two meet with Feyenoord hosting Ajax from 1.20pm, live on Sky Sports Mix.


Start your day with a healthy helping of Test cricket as England go all out to beat Bangladesh in the first Test in Chittagong. If you're an early-riser or love live breakfast action, make sure you tune in from 4.45am on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports Mix.

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A pick of the action from the second day of the first Test between Bangladesh and England in Chittagong.

There's a double dose of international cricket on Sunday as India and New Zealand - currently tied at 1-1 - serve up another mouth-watering ODI. Get a taste of the action from 8.50am on Sky Sports 3.


From 6pm on Sunday, the touchdown frenzy that is Redzone will keep you across all the touchdowns as they happen across the NFL as week seven continues.

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Neil Reynolds and Shaun Gayle give us their top five plays of week six in the NFL

Anything else?

And if you are keen to broaden your sporting horizons then look no further than this weekend's line-up, Sky Sports Mix is the home of some of the world's most exciting and newest sports.

The biggest names in the surfing world go head-to-head at the iconic Manly beach in Sydney for the Australian Open of Surfing, while Cliff Diving stages provide spectacular action in stunning locations. Three-on-three basketball and the Red Bull Air Race complete an action-packed weekend.


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