The Five Pointer looks ahead to the weekend's action

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It’s Friday, and that means we will be looking ahead to the weekend’s sporting action.

First up, the Ashes second Test will conclude on Sunday, but with further rain due today, how much cricket will we actually get?

England batsman Rory Burns has said he’s pleased with the home side’s competitive first innings score of 258.

To football and Arsenal boss Unai Emery has said that new signing Nicolas Pepe is almost fully fit after a week of training with his new team, meaning who could play a bigger part in their weekend clash with Burnley.

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The action starts tonight with Huddersfield hosting Fulham in the Championship - two sides relegated from the Premier League last season.

Tomorrow’s early game see’s Arsenal take on Burnley at the Emirates and the pick of the games comes in the late fixture as Tottenham travel to face Manchester City.

The Bundesliga is back, it returns tonight when Bayern Munich host Hertha Berlin.

Tomorrow Borussia Dortmund will play Ausberg, and manager Lucien Favre has said there are no easy games in the German top flight.

Finally to Rugby. Wales and England go head to head at the Principality stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Wales head coach Warren Gatland has said that the pressure is on his side to perform.

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