Hello, hello, hello and welcome to your Liberty Shields Live Sports blog for this upcoming weekend. Need a Live Sport Streaming VPN?
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Anyway, the weekend is somehow here again so as usual we’ve put together a somewhat exhaustive list of the best live sport available to you over the next few days so let’s just jump straight in.
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This weekend there’s loads of good football. As ever we’ve previewed the best Premier League games and that can be found right here, but it’s not all that’s available to you. Oddly enough, the most enticing games from each of the big five leagues seem to take place on Sunday.
Starting in the Bundesliga with the hipster event of the weekend. Second placed RB Leipzig take on fourth placed Eintracht Frankfurt at 2:30pm. Hoping to bounce back after their Champions League exit, Leipzig will be looking to continue their six game winning streak in league competition as they chase Bayern Munich in the hopes of winning a first ever Bundesliga title. Eintracht, powered by the goals of Andre Silva and boosted by the January loan signing of Luka Jovic will know that Champions League qualification is the only chance they have of having either, or both, of those players next season and under Adi Hutter, a graduate of the Ralf Rangnick school of coaching, they will look to match Leipzig’s high tempo pressing style. This should make for a fun game of football and the battle of Silva vs Dayot Upamecano could well prove pivotal
Over in Ligue 1 there’s another top four clash as fourth placed Monaco host table toppers Lille 4:05pm. Monaco, under former Eintracht and Bayern manager Niko Kovac, have been one of the biggest success stories of the season given how disappointing the last couple of seasons have been for them. They’ve stabilised under Kovac and after going through four managers in the space of two years, they look to now have a man who can take the club forward for the next couple of years at least. They face a big test this weekend against a Lille team bursting with confidence and talent. Despite their financial woes, Lille managed to keep hold of their best players in January and Christophe Galtier team, built on a very impressive defensive structure, have maintained their lead at the top of table. Monaco will rely on strike tandem Kevin Volland and Wissam Ben Yedder to fire them to victory while Lille will put their faith in the brilliance of Sven Botman, the experience of Jose Fonte and the agility of Mike Maignan to stop them.
There’s a bit of a double header in the evening but you’ll the option to watch try before you buy with the Serie A game of the week, AC Milan vs Napoli, kicking off first. It’s a 7:45pm start for second placed Milan topped the table for the first half of the season but a dip in form saw them slip to six points behind neighbours Inter, though they have since rediscovered their form. They will be hoping that Zlatan is passed fit to play, having missed the midweek Europa League draw against Manchester United, because they can often prove a little bit toothless in attack without the Swedish legend. Napoli sit sixth but have a game in hand and a superior goal difference to Roma who sit in fourth place, with three points more than them. Despite constant rumours that his job is under threat, Gennaro Gattuso continues to just go about his business and is well placed to guide his team back into the Champions League. Napoli would likely be challenging for the title if star striker Victor Osimhen hadn’t suffered badly with injuries this season but the Nigerian played and scored last time out against Bologna and Gattuso will be hoping that if he stays fit he can fire the team to a top four finish, and save his managers job in the process.
If Milan vs Napoli doesn’t immediate capture your attention then there’s a fantastic alternative available from La Liga, with the Andalusian derby between Sevilla and Real Betis at 8pm. Known as the Frying Pan of Spain because of the searing heat they experience in the region, this derby often replicates their region. There’s a fantastic Copa 90 “Derby Days Sevilla” video on Youtube that adds some really good context to the history of this rivalry, outside of the clubs proximity to each other. I’d also recommend Colin Millar’s book “The Frying Pan of Spain” as essential reading. Sevilla currently sit 4th but have been in poor form of late with one win and three defeats in their last five games, along with exits from the Copa Del Rey and the Champions League. Betis on the other hand have won their last four league matches and are well positioned to qualify for next season’s Europa League. Both teams play entertaining football, and while Sevilla unquestionably have the more talented individuals it’s Betis who look the better team right now.
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The Six Nations is back, so we’ve done the decent thing and prepared a preview of Round 4’s three games which you can find right here. That’s not the only Rugby available this weekend though, as ever there is plenty of domestic competition to keep you entertained.
Starting Friday, the Guinness Pro14 offers up Zebre vs Leinster at 5.45pm, followed by Glasgow vs Ospreys and Munster vs Scarlets which are both 8.00pm kickoffs. Bristol vs Wasps, a 7.45pm kickoff, is the lone game in the Gallagher Premiership.
Saturday leans heavily in favour of the Premiership with Exeter vs Harlequins and Newcastle vs Bath both kicking off at 12.30pm, followed by Northampton vs Sale at 2.45pm and Gloucester vs Leicester at 3pm. Connacht vs Edinburgh and Dragons vs Ulster is the late double-header from the Pro14, with 7.35pm kickoffs in both games.
Sunday is quieter with London Irish vs Worcester in the Premiership and Benetton vs Cardiff Blues in the Pro14 both being 1pm kickoffs.
As usual, it’s BT Sports for the Premiership action and Premier Sports for the Pro14 games.
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After the incredible UFC 259 card last weekend, it’s a more muted affair this weekend with UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs Muhammad but it should still be a good card. The main event features a fight which could well determine the next challenger for the UFC Welterweight title as Leon Edwards, 18-3, brings his eight fight win streak into the octagon to take on the dangerous Belal Muhammed, also 18-3, who himself sports a four fight winning streak. Both are well rounded fighters and very evenly matched. They both even half purple belts in BJJ so it will be interesting to see who has the grappling advantage when this fight hits the mat.
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There’s a superfight in the Flyweight division this weekend as veterans WBC and The Ring Magazine champion Juan Francisco Estrada, 41-3, takes on WBA Super Champion Roman Gonzalez, 50-2, in a rematch of their 2012 classic. Gonzalez won that fight by Unanimous Decision after 12 rounds of furious action and Estrada will be seeking revenge. Since that night nine years ago, both fighters have won multiple world titles and suffered heartbreaking loses to Srisaket Sor Rungvisai. Both faced the Thai fighter twice, with Estrada losing the first fight but winning, and regaining his world titles, in the re-match. Gonzalez lost both of his fights, the only defeats of his career so far. Prior to those losses, Gonzalez was ranked as the number 1 pound for pound fighter on the planet and he will hope that a second win over a high calibre opponent like Estrada will go some way towards re-establishing himself as one of the world’s truly elite fighters.
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It’s not considered a Major, but the The Players Championship offers the biggest prize fund on the golfing calendar. There’s an impressive $15,000,000 pot up for grabs at The Players Course in Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach in Florida. Sergio Garcia has set the early pace with an incredible seven under first round that left him two shots clear of the rest of the field. Garcia won the competition back in 2008 and will be hoping to become just the sixth player in history to win it multiple times, after Jack Nicklaus, who won it three times, and two-time winners Fred Couples, Steve Elkington, Davis Love III and Tiger Woods. With a $2.7mil cheque awaiting the winner, there’s probably more than one reason he wants to win it again.
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For those who enjoy cricket but find test matches too long to pay attention to, this is the ideal weekend with a One Day series ongoing between the West Indies and Sri Lanka, and a Twenty 20 series pitting India against England.
Sunday will be the third and final game of the series between the West Indies and Sri Lanka and if the second test continues as it has gone so far, it could well be the deciding contest of the series.
England won the first of their five match series against India, as they look for some sort of revenge after their 3-1 defeat in the recent test series.
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The Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship and it’s catchy name is the host of the WTA this week with the men’s tournament scheduled for next week. Normally a tournament that attracts the top players in the world, the men’s side of the draw has taken a hit with Novak Djokic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal all sitting out. The women’s side is also missing the top four ranked players in the world, Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, Simona Halep and Sofia Kenin. Nonetheless, there’s still plenty of top players taking part and the women’s final will feature Garbine Muguruza taking on the winner of Barbora Krejcikova and Jil Teichmann. 2020 US Open winner Dominic Thiem and three time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka will be among the favourites when the men’s competition starts on Monday.
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And finally, the NBA. The schedule is about to get very busy due to the volume of games that had to be postponed prior to the All Star break and with the trade deadline fast approaching it could be a very busy couple of weeks. The pick of this weekend’s games are:
- Friday: Grizzlies vs Nuggets, Bulls vs Heat, Lakers vs Pacers
- Saturday: Hornets vs Raptors, Suns vs Pacers, Nuggets vs Mavericks
- Sunday: Warriors vs Jazz, 76ers vs Spurs, Pelicans vs Clippers
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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