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Weekend in pictures for October 29 and 30

What another incredible weekend it has been in the world of sport! There’s never a dull moment, and punters were treated to fantastic viewing, including Premier League goal fests from Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal fixtures.

While, elsewhere, there was exciting rugby league international action in the Four Nations, the WTA finals in tennis and horse racing at Wetherby and Ascot.

So relive, or discover, the most iconic images across Saturday and Sunday’s events with Coral’s weekend in pictures for October 29 and 30…


Football fans weren’t short of thrills this weekend, as the Premier League saw plenty of braces bagged and some defiant defending. Though, the highlights came from title-challenging teams Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool, as the trio all racked up four goals each when beating Sunderland, West Bromwich Albion and Crystal Palace respectively.

Meanwhile, there was more frustration for Manchester United and also a Birmingham derby in the Championship…

Giroud and Sanchez doubles help Arsenal sink Sunderland

Burnley old boys deny Man Utd

Aguero and Gundogan braces batter Baggies for Man City

Crystal Palace crushed by Liverpool

Lethal Lukaku sinks Hammers

Second City derby ends all-square

Conte’s Costa sees Chelsea triumph

Horse Racing

Terrific jumps action at Ascot and Wetherby saw heavyweight horses like Cue Card and Saphir Du Rheu in action, though they weren’t winners of the big races…

Irish Cavalier in Charlie Hall Chase shock

Antony scoops Sodexo Gold Cup success

Rugby league

The rugby league Four Nations also dominated weekend TV viewing, as Scotland faced Australia and England took on the mighty New Zealand.

Kangaroos battered Bravehearts in Four Nations bow

Narrow loss to Kiwis a blow to hosts England


Bangladesh and England battled it out in Dhaka in the second and final Test match of the series, with the hosts making history largely thanks to the efforts of teenage spinner Mehedi Hasan Miraz…

Bangladesh beat England to draw series


There was a shock in the tennis world too on Sunday, as Dominika Cibulkova shocked favourite, top seed and women’s world number one Angelique Kerber in the singles final of the WTA Finals with a 2-0 victory in Singapore. While, Andy Murray also enjoyed trophy success in the Vienna Open in Austria!

Kerber suffers Cibulkova shock in Singapore

Murray victory over Tsonga in Vienna


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