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Anyway, at least it’s the weekend so there’s plenty to be keeping occupied with as the sports world continues to awaken from it’s Winter slumber. As always, we’ve done you the solid of compiling all the best live sport happening this weekend in place.
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Let’s start on Saturday evening in Italy with the one of the biggest games on the Serie A calendar. Napoli play host to Juventus with both clubs in less than perfect situations. Juventus have their eyes firmly fixed on a tenth straight title but sit seven points off top, though they do have a game in hand. Napoli would ideally like to challenge for the title but a place in next season’s Champions League is the minimum requirement this season. They currently 6th, three points behind Roma but with a game in hand. The game in hand is actual the return fixture of this tie, which was initially awarded to Juventus as a 3-0 walkover after Napoli were unable to field a team due to a Covid outbreak. Both teams ideally need to win both games to accomplish their season’s ambitions and it will be interesting to see how their managers cope in their first ever meet. Will Andrea Pirlo be able to overcome his former AC Milan team-mate Reno Gattuso?
There isn’t really an eye-catcher in Ligue 1 this weekend so I’m going to recommend the 2pm Sunday kickoff between Rennes and St-Etienne for no other reason that the chance to watch Eduardo Camavinga and Jeremy Doku play football. Two of the biggest talents in the world, they’ve both shown regular flashes of brilliance for Rennes this season.
At 5pm on Sunday the Bundesliga offering of 3rd placed Wolfsburg vs 7th placed Gladbach is definitely one to catch. Gladbach are one of the most entertaining teams in Europe, especially if you’re a fan of high tempo, pressing football. Marco Rose is a Jurgen Klopp disciple who was schooled in the Red Bull system of coaching and his team play like a cross between Liverpool and Southampton. Rose is a manager with many suitors. He made his name with RB Salzburg, who he lead to Austrian Bundesliga titles in 2018 and 2019. That 2019 title is relevant this season, because the team that finished in 2nd place was LASK, managed by Oliver Glasner. Glasner is now manager of Wolfsburg and enjoying an excellent second season. Another manager with a preference for attacking football, Glasner is making a real name for himself this season and has already begun to be linked with a move in the summer.
The late kickoff in La Liga brings together Villarreal and Real Betis, 5th and 7th in the league respectively, in what should be a decent game between two well coached teams with ambitions of gaining a Europa League spot for next season.
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There’s plenty of domestic action once again with games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from the Gallagher Premiership, and Friday and Saturday in the Guinness Pro14.
Gloucester take on Bristol at 7.45pm and Sale face Bath at 8pm in the Premiership on Friday night. Dragons face Edinburgh at 7.35pm in the Pro14.
It’s Glasgow vs Benetton in the Pro14 at 2.30pm on Saturday. The Premiership offers Harlequins vs Leicester at 3pm, Exeter vs London Irish at 4.15pm and Northampton vs Newcastle at 4.30pm.
Sunday’s offering is Worcester vs Wasps at 1pm.
As ever, the Premiership games are live on BT Sport, while the Pro14 games can be found on Premier Sport.
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The UFC Apex in Las Vegas is the site of UFC 258 this weekend in the company’s first major pay-per-view on American soil of 2021. The headline fight will see long-time teammates Kamaru Usman and Gilbert clash over the UFC Welterweight title. Usman, making the third defence of his title, will be looking to extend his fantastic 16 fight win streak against the man he has been scheduled to face twice before. Burns earned the right to face Usman by defeating former champion Tyron Woodley and the two were scheduled to meet in July. Burns tested positive for Covid-19 a week before the fight and Jorge Masvidal stepped in to face Usman instead. Usman defeated Masvidal comfortably over five rounds and the fight with Burns was rescheduled for December. This time it was Usman who was unable to show, suffering an injury in early October and needing more time to recover than was available for a December fight. All going well nothing will stop these two stepping into the ring on Saturday night for what should be a very even contest between two exceptional athletes.
On the undercard 22 year old Maycee Barber returns from a 13 month injury enforced lay-off seeking to get back on track and pursue her goal of becoming the youngest ever UFC Champion. She will face veteran Alexa Grasso in a 3 round contest knowing that a defeat, coupled with her defeat to Roxanne Modafferi last time out and the subsequent lay-off will end her chances of achieving a title fight before she passes the age at which Jon Jones became a UFC Champion.
Another fight worth watching is former Middleweight title contender Kelvin Gastelum looking to end his three fight losing streak and get his career turned in the right direction against Ian Heinisch.
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It’s the first really big weekend of boxing this year with big fights on both sides of the pond.
First, 30-0 IBF Featherweight Champion Josh Warrington puts his unbeaten record and his title on the line against Mauricio Lara. Lara should prove nothing more than a warm-up for Warrington who’s spoken about wanting big fights this year and looking to unify the Featherweight belts, but he can’t overlook the Mexican or he’ll risk embarrassment.
Then it’s the turn of the Super Featherweights as IBF Champion Joseph Diaz takes on former IBO Champion Shavkatdzohn Rakhimov. Rakhimov is 15-0 and a knockout artist while the 31-1 Diaz relies more on timing, speed and technique to outpoint his opponents.
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The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is the first big event of 2021, but as with everything in the world right now there has been an alteration to events. Traditionally 156 pros and 156 amateurs take part, but because of the pandemic there will be no amateurs participation this year due to health and safety concerns.
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The first Grand Slam of the year is in full swing, with the world’s best tennis players taking part in the Australian Open. With the exception of Roger Federer all the big hitters are in town on the men’s side, while it’s a full card on the women’s side. Some high seeds have already fallen on both sides, with Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic already looking like they may be on a collision course for a final’s showdown.
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England will face India in the second of their four test series having won the first test off the back of a brilliant performance by Joe Root in the first innings. If test cricket isn’t your thing, maybe Pakistan vs South Africa in T20 action is more appealing.
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Last but not least, the NBA continues to be a reliable source of good action. With LeBron James continuing to defy Father Time and play at an MVP level, the Lakers look a good bet to repeat as Champions but the Utah Jazz seem intent on giving them a run for their money in the Western Conference, at least in the regular season. There’s another full slate of games this weekend with the pick of them being.
- Friday: Hawks vs Spurs, Bulls vs Clippers, Jazz vs Bucks
- Saturday: Suns vs 76ers, Hawks vs Pacers, Warriors vs Nets
- Sunday: Wizards vs Celtics, Mavericks vs Trail Blazers, Nuggets vs Lakers
No matter what you’re sporting preferences are, there should be something on for you this weekend. Settle into your favourite armchair, switch on your Liberty Shield VPN and enjoy the action while keeping your data safe.
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