If you fancy a lazy Sunday afternoon then reserve your seat on the sofa for a bumper line up of live action on BT Sport.

We have live Aviva Premiership rugby as Gloucester travel to Allianz Park to face a Saracens side who have only lost once at their new stadium since moving in February (BT Sport 1, 1pm). Saracens were very impressive last week in victory over London Irish with the Vunipola brothers - Mako and Billy - running riot.

Football fans are in for a treat as we have nine live football matches across our channels today.

The action kicks off in Florence as Fiorentina face Caligari (BT Sport 2, 11.30am). The hosts have won both of their matches this season with Giuseppe Rossi and Mario Gomez scoring five goals between them already.

From Florence we go to Rome where Lazio host Chievo (BT Sport 2, 1.30pm). Lazio were comfortably beaten 4-1 at Juventus last week, while Chievo have one point from their two matches so far, so both teams need to kick start their seasons.

Our third Serie A match is the Genoa derby as Sampdoria face Genoa (BT Sport 1, 7.45pm). This had some extra spice thrown in earlier this week as Luca De Pra, a youth coach at Genoa, was caught in a tree wearing camouflage spying on a Sampdoria training session. 

The first of our two German Bundesliga matches sees Hoffenheim play host to Borussia Moenchengladbach (ESPN, 2.30pm) in a match set to be a goalfest if recent form is anything to go by. Hoffenheim’s two home matches have served up 10 goals, with Gladbach’s two away matches also producing 10.

Eintracht Braunschweig against Nuremberg (BT Sport 1, 4.15pm) is our second Bundesliga clash, a match that already looks like being a relegation battle between two winless teams.

Our first Ligue 1 match of the day sees AS Monaco host Lorient at Stade Louis II. With the leaders Saint-Etienne and second placed PSG both winning this weekend, nothing but a win will do for free-spending Monaco. This match is available to watch exclusively on the BT Sport app and website from 1pm.

Nice take on Lille (BT Sport 2, 4pm) in the second of our Ligue 1 matches as the home team attempt to make it four straight matches without defeat.

Our live European football is then rounded off with Lyon’s trip to Rennes (BT Sport 2, 8pm).

If you miss anything – and let’s face it, with seven football matches there’s a good chance – James Richardson and the gang will be along for Sunday Night Football (BT Sport 1, 6.45pm and 9.45pm) to round-up all of the weekend’s action from the continent.

That is where the European football finishes, but we still have one more match to bring you courtesy of the Brazilian Brasileiro as Vasco Da Gama play Sao Paulo. This match is available to watch exclusively on the BT Sport app and website from 8pm.

So sit back, relax and enjoy your day of rest in front of all this brilliant live sport.

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