It’s going to be a packed weekend of live sport across the BT Sport channels and it all starts tonight.

We have a clash of Lions greats past and present on ESPN as England legend Jonny Wilkinson lines up against Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton in the Top 14 when Toulon meet Racing Metro (ESPN 7.45-9.45pm). This match will be an early test of Racing’s title credentials after a summer of free-spending saw them sign Sexton, Dan Lydiate and Jamie Roberts.

There's live Scottish football as Rangers travel to Airdrieonians (BT Sport 1 7-10pm) looking to maintain their 100% record of two wins from two matches this season. Airdieonians on the other hand have just one point to their name in a season where many were predicting promotion.

Tonight’s Bundesliga match comes from the magnificent Westfalenstadion as Borussia Dortmund host Werder Bremen (BT Sport 2 7-10pm). Both teams come into the match with two wins from two games, with the away team yet to concede a goal, a record that will be put to the test by Dortmund’s free scoring forward Robert Lewandowski.

With so much going on, BT Sport Live (BT Sport 1, 10-11pm) tonight will be essential viewing. Helen Skelton has an exclusive interview with Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany as we look ahead to the weekend’s Premier League matches. In the studio will be Chris Hollins and Pedro Pinto to review the night’s action and to preview a packed weekend of sport.

Rounding off the night’s sporting action will be the second semi-final from the Caribbean Premier League T20 (BT Sport 1, 12.45-4.30am) as Jamaica Tallawahs meet Barbados Tridents for a place in Saturday’s final against Guyana Amazon Warriors.

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