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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 this weekend so let’s just jump straight into.
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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. It’s worth noting that there’s Premier League every night from Friday through to Tuesday.
Moving around Europe there’s some decent action, including a couple of Derby matches with plenty on the line.
Starting in La Liga, Saturday at 3.15pm sees Atletico Madrid take on Levante for the second time in four days. These sides played out a 1-1 draw as Atleti missed an opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the table to eight points over Real, with a game in hand, and 11 points over Barcelona. Instead, they have 6 and 9 point leads while also having a game in hand over Real. Atleti have been incredibly consistent this season and can claim to have been the only team in Europe who have consistently performed at an elite level since the beginning of the season. Levante are having a solid season in midtable and for a club with a budget as small as they have, they’ll likely be delighted with their current spot of 11th in the table.
Moving to the Bundesliga, there’s a Derby that means more than most at 5.30pm as bottom of the table Schalke host hated rivals Borussia Dortmund. Schalke have only won one game all season, amassing a pitiful nine points from 21 games. They’re nine points from safety and facing potential financial ruin should they suffer what seems like an inevitable relegation. They are desperate for a win. Any win. But especially a win against their biggest rivals. Those rivals, Borussia Dortmund, have announced an exciting new manager for next season and beating Sevilla 3-2 in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 match. While that week lifted the mood, BVB sit 6th in the table, six points off the top four, and know that a failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League could mean they have to sell a number of key players this summer. They need the victory almost as much as Schalke, though for different reasons.
The biggest game of the weekend takes place on Sunday at 2pm in Serie A, with the iconic San Siro the stage for the Milan Derby. AC Milan topped the table for most of the season, but recently found themselves overtaken by their neighbours Inter. The age-less Zlatan has been in sensational form for Milan but has lacked support at times and that has cost them in recent weeks, as they’ve suffered three defeats in their last seven league matches, having been unbeaten up to that point. They won the first of these league fixtures back in October, but lost to Inter in a recent Coppa Italia match. Inter have been extremely consistent domestically this season with a mix of a typically excellent Conte defense, a relentless midfield led by the brilliant Nicolo Barella and a ruthless attack of Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez who are capable of scoring in any given game. With Juventus spluttering, this is the best opportunity either of these teams has had to win the Scudetto in a decade. A win for either will go a long way towards propelling them towards the title.
Ligue 1 gets it’s time to shine at 8pm as two sides in great form meet. PSG have won seven of the last eight Ligue 1 titles, with Monaco winning the other. Both sides have four wins from their last five games as they attempt to keep pace with Lille and Lyon who are also in great form as the most exciting Ligue 1 season in nearly a decade takes shape. PSG have overcome a disappointing start to the season and while they still aren’t functioning at their highest level, they smashed Barcelona in midweek without Neymar as Mbappe decided it was time to assume the throne. Niko Kovac deserves massive credit for his work at Monaco this season, taking a team that finished 9th last season and almost having a top 4 spot locked up in mid February. Both teams are really entertaining going forward, but defensively they’re polar opposites. PSG are the best in the league while Monaco are the 13th best. Expect goals.
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Domestic action dominates the Rugby world this weekend, with Gallagher Premiership and Guinness Pro14 games in abundance.
Starting Friday Night, Bath take on Bristol in the Premiership at 7.45pm, while Dragons vs Leinster and Glasgow vs Ulster take place in the Pro14.
Saturday is a very busy day with a 1pm kickoff between Harlequins and Sale followed by a 3pm doubleheader as Exeter take on Northampton and Leicester face Wasps in the Premiership. The Pro 14 pits Scarlets vs Benetton at 3pm, Ospreys vs Zebre at 5.15pm and then Connacht vs Cardiff Blues, and Edinburgh vs Munster both at 7.35pm
Just the one game Sunday, a 3pm kickoff between London Irish and Bristol in the Premiership.
As ever, all Premiership games will be Live on BT Sport, while the Pro14 games can be found on Premier Sports.
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Two giant men head the action at UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs Lewis. Curtis Blades, standing 6’4 and weighing 261lbs, faces off against Derrick Lewis, who matches up well at 6’3 and 264lbs in a fight that could well land the winner a shot at the winner of the upcoming Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou title fight. Blades, 14-2, comes in riding a four fight win streak. The only man who’s ever beaten him is Ngannou – a man Lewis has beaten, and he would be hoping that if they meet again the third time would be the charm for him. Lewis, 24-7, has won his last three in a row after back to back defeats to Daniel Cormier in a title fight, and Junior Dos Santos who would then go on to lose to Blaydes. This fight was meant to take place in November, but Blaydes tested positive for Covid-19. They’ll finally face off this Saturday Night.
One fight of note on the undercard will see Scouser Tom Aspinall take on the former UFC Heavyweight Champion Andrei Arlovski. Arlovski has lost nine of his last 15 fights, with one no contest. He’s a shell of his former self but will provide a good test for the up and coming Aspinall who’s looking to make a name for himself.
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Former two weight World Champion Adrien Broner returns to the ring this weekend after a two year absence to take on unbeaten Jovanie Santiago. Broner, last seen losing comprehensively on points to Manny Pacquiao, will likely view this as a tune up fight as he aims to get himself back into title contention but he will have to careful as overlooking an opponent can lead to a bad outcome, as Josh Warrington discovered last weekend. It will also be Broner’s first time fighting without a crowd so that is a difference he will have to factor in.
The undeniable fight of the weekend sees WBC Super Featherweight Champion Miguel Berchelt, 37-1-1, take on the unbeaten former WBO Featherweight Champion Oscar Valdez, 28-0, in a fight that has the potential to be an instant classic. In truth, anytime you put two world class Mexican fighters in a cage together it has the potential to be a classic but these are two fighters with legitimate KO power, amassing 55 knockouts between them over their careers.
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The stunning Riviera Country Club in beautiful Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles plays host to the Genesis Invitational this weekend. The tournament formerly known as the LA Open has seen greats of the game like Arnold Palmer, Fred Couples, Tom Kite, Nick Faldo, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson all claim victory, while in recent years both Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson have won it multiple times. Sam Burns and Tyler McCumber are the early front runners and will continue to set the pace for the rest of the field.
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The finals are set in the 2021 Australian Open with a surprise name in both the men’s and women’s single’s finals.
The Women’s final takes place Saturday and sees 2019 winner Naomi Osaka, the number 3 seed who defeated Serena Williams in the semi-final, taking on the number 22 seed Jennifer Brady who defeated Karolina Muchova – who had knocked out defending Champion Ashleigh Barty, in her semi-final. This is Brady’s first time reaching a Grand Slam final so she will be facing a different type of pressure than she’s used to. Osaka, a three time Grand Slam winner, will go into this game as a heavy favourite.
Sunday will see the Men’s final take centre stage with eight time Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic, seeking his third Australian Open in a row and his 18th Grand Slam title, taking on world number 4 Daniil Medvedev. Medvedev has only played in one Grand Slam final before, losing a brilliant five set match with Rafael Nadal at the 2019 US Open and will be looking to finally break his duck and cement his place as one of the best young players on the men’s circuit. Djokovic has already established himself as the greatest player in the history of the Australian Open, and one of the greatest ever overall, and will be in no mood to allow Medvedev to win his first Grand Slam on his watch.
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More Covid, more postponements, more strife over the pointless All Star game but the NBA season carries on regardless. This weekend presents another full slate of NBA games across all three nights, with an NBA Finals rematch between the Lakers and Heat the highlight of Saturday Night. The marquee games across the weekend are as follows:
- Friday: Celtics vs Hawks, Pelicans vs Suns, Clippers vs Jazz
- Saturday: Rockets vs Pacers, Lakers vs Heat, Grizzlies vs Suns
- Sunday: Pelicans vs Celtics, Clippers vs Nets, Bucks vs Kings
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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