There is plenty of live football action this Thursday with Champions League holders taking on an MLS All Stars side as well some very important Europa League clashes.
The MLS squad includes the likes of well known stars on this side of the Atlantic such as David Beckham, Landon Donovan and Thierry Henry, however as much as this is an All-Star team they'll come into this encounter as underdogs.
Chelsea have, as you'd expect, strengthened their squad during the summer and the arrival of Eden Hazard from Lille, a two time Ligue 1 Player of the Year, is an exciting prospect for the season ahead. Chelsea fans will be eager to see how he fits in to the Chelsea set up in this one.
The match kicks off at 0130 BST on Thursday and should provide plenty of entertainment as the MLS showcases its best and Chelsea prepare for a fresh assault on the Premier League title.
The Second Qualifying Round of the UEFA Europa League comes to a close on Thursday with a number of matches still yet to be decided.
The tie of the day has to be Vitesse against Lokomotiv Plovdiv as fans will be hoping they put on another show of entertaining football.
The home side, Vitesse, do have the slight upper hand after the two played out a 4-4 thriller in Bulgaria last week because of the away goals rule.
It is very rare a game sees eight goals inside 90 minutes and for that to happen in such an important game like a Europa League qualifier is astonishing.
The first leg was a thrilling contest and Vitesse were never behind in the game and looked like winning the leg until Tassio popped up in the last minute to salvage a draw for Lokomotiv Plovdiv.
Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala have splashed the cash over the last few years in an attempt to become a dominant force in their home country and in Europe and they currently lead Honved Budapest 1-0.
FC Fehervar go up against Slovan Bratislava with both teams looking to reach the third round of qualifying in the Europa League.
The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw meaning FC Fehervar have the slight advantage thanks to an away goal.
Filip Sebo put Slovan Bratislava ahead in the first leg after 26 minutes, before FC Fehervar responed four minutes later thanks to Filipe Oliveira.
The other two games streamed live on Thursday see Skonto Riga take on Hadjuk Split, while FK Senica play host to APEOL Nicosia.
Other key games on Thursday see Deportivo Quito take on LDU Quito and Emelec face Liga de Loja in the Ecuadorian Serie A, while Gremio go up against Fluminense in the Brasileiro Campeonato Serie A.
Check out the full schedule below to make sure you do not miss a second of the action:
00:00 - Emelec v Liga De Loja
01:15 - Deportivo Quito v LDU Quito
01:30 - Deportivo Tachira v Barcelona Guayaquil
01:30 - MLS All Stars v Chelsea
01:45 - Gremio v Fluminense
11:30 - Gwangju FC v Suwon Bluewings
13:00 - Bayern Munich v Wolfsburg
17:30 - Budapest Honved v Anzhi Makhachkala
19:00 - PAOK Salonika v PSV
19:00 - Vitesse v Lokomotiv Plovdiv
19:30 - Skonto Riga v Hajduk Split
23:10 - Guarani Asuncion v Oriente Petrolero