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NFL is as much a part of Thanksgiving as turkey and we have a triple header on Sky Sports 1 this Thursday with a live studio audience. Dara Kennedy, Neil Reynolds and Shaun Gayle are joined for the first time this season by Jeff Reinebold for three live matches which will be watched by our first live NFL audience after we gave you the chance to be part of the coverage. Detroit Lions v Minnesota Vikings November 24, 2016, 5:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass The audience will get the chance to grill our experts with Q&A sessions and interact with our coverage across our social channels and watch the live action as we talk Thanksgiving, fans and NFL. Reporter Richard Graves is in Dallas for regular updates from AT&T Stadium, the venue for our second live match and the home of the Cowboys, NFLs No 1 team heading into Thanksgiving weekend. A collection of the good, the bad and the ugly from week 11 of the NFL As well as our On Demand offerings, our 24 hours of coverage gets underway at 6am on Thursday on Sky Sports 1 with a selection of programming featuring a brand new top 10 Thanksgiving moments show from NFL Films and the two acclaimed documentary series Americas Game and A Football Life.From 5pm, the live action gets underway... Dak Prescott #4 and Ezekiel Elliott #21 have led the Dallas Cowboys to an incredible nine-game winning streak Opening up the action is a crunch clash from the NFC North as the Lions and Vikings meet at Ford Field in a match that could prove crucial to both teams play-off hopes. Dallas Cowboys v Washington Redskins November 24, 2016, 9:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Both hold 6-4 records but as the season enters its final stages a win in this crucial contest will take one side clear and give them a clear advantage in the divisional head-to-head. Minnesota Vikings meet Detroit Lions in our opener The NFL-leading Cowboys, with a 9-1 record, host NFC East rivals Washington looking to extend their franchise record nine-game winning streak. Indianapolis Colts v Pittsburgh Steelers November 25, 2016, 1:00am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott go up against a red-hot Kirk Cousins and a Redskins offence with Rob Kelley, Jamieson Crowder and DeSean Jackson all capable of halting the NFLs most spectacular run. Kirk Cousins #8 and the Washington Redskins face a daunting challenge in Dallas And bringing the curtain down on the live action is Indianapolis against Pittsburgh.Both teams sit in second spot in their respective AFC divisions and know a win may prove vital to their hopes of a play-off spot when the post-season gets underway in January.Pick TV will also be giving you a chance to get involved if you dont have Sky Sports - Pick is a free-to-air channel and will show the Vikings @ Lions from 5.30pm. Sky Sports have a triple header this Thanksgiving Thursday As well as our TV, digital and social channels, you can head out to your local NFL pub - this Thursday, the Green Man in Euston will be the venue.Kevin Cadle will be on site to watch Minnesota Vikings v Detroit Lions followed by Washington Redskins v Dallas Cowboys. 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Fair didnt have many chances to be the main option for Syracuse last season.MELBOURNE, Australia -- Montreals Eugenie Bouchard has been preparing for the Australian Open semifinal her entire life. Bouchard became the first Canadian woman to reach a Grand Slam semi in three decades with her 5-7, 7-5, 6-2 quarter-final win over former No. 1 Ana Ivanovic on Monday. She faces Chinas Li Na on Thursday in the Australian Opens final four. "This is something Ive been doing since I was five years old and working my whole life for and sacrificing a lot of things for," said Bouchard. "So its not exactly a surprise. I always expect myself to do well. Im just happy to have gone through this step. Im not done. I have a match on Thursday. Im just looking forward to that." The semifinal pairing of the 19-year-old Bouchard versus the 31-year-old Li, who won the 2011 French Open, has captured the attention of tennis fans around the world. Li has played two of the last three finals at Melbourne Park. That kind of WTA rep does not bother the confident Bouchard, whose ad-hoc Genie Army of a dozen or so Aussie fans will surely be out in full force for the showcase event. "Lis a great champion, shes won a Slam, as well, its going to be really tough," said Bouchard, playing in the main draw of a major for only the fourth time. "I played her once in Montreal two years ago. We had a close match, one of my first bigger matches. "It will be interesting to play her. I know shes very solid, very good from the back. Its going to be hard, but Im looking forward to it." Beside her tennis, its Bouchards bubbly personality that has captured fan fancy, with commentators already labelling her the next bbreakout womens star.dddddddddddd The Canadian extrovert, who confesses to possessing a Type A, get-it-done personality -- especially on the court -- is dealing with the expectations well. "Im a really focused person, really driven. Off the court Im almost impatient in a way," said Bouchard. 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