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As we continue to sit in limbo, kept from the outdoors by level 5 lockdown there is some good news as the sports world finally exits it’s New Years slumber and offers up a fully loaded weekend of action for your viewing pleasure. As ever, Liberty Shield has put together a comprehensive list of the best live sport on offer for your this weekend. Fun Fact: Live Sport Streaming is one of the most searched terms on Google!
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The biggest event of the weekend has to be Superbowl 55, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking on the Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa on Sunday. For more on that game read our Super Bowl Preview right here. 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.
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Starting in the Bundesliga at 2.30pm on Saturday Leverkusen take on Stuttgart in what could be one of the most entertaining games of the weekend. Both sides play a good brand of attacking football, and both will be looking to get themselves back to their early season form after recent dips.
At 5pm, defending Champions Juventus face Roma in the marquee Seria A fixture of the weekend. The Bianconeri currently sit one point and one spot below Roma in the table, 4th vs 3rd, and seven points behind leaders Milan, though they do have a game in hand, a game they had initially been awarded a walk-over and three points for after Napoli failed to fulfill a fixture but that result was overturned by the courts. Roma have been something of a surprise package this season and will provide a tough test for Juventus who are chasing their 10th successive Seria A title.
At 8pm on Sunday, Ligue 1 offers us Le Classique as chaos riddled Marseille play host to their fiercest rivals, PSG. Marseille are currently for sale, had their manager quit during a press conference the week, have a new midfielder that said former manager used as a reason for his resignation, and a central defender believed to be devastated after the club pulled the plug on his dream move to Liverpool on deadline day. Oh, and if that’s not enough they haven’t won any of their last five league games, and their fans stormed the training ground a week ago, set things on fire, broke some windows and threw things at the players. What a great way to go into your biggest game of the season!! PSG haven’t had the smoothest of seasons either though, they sacked Thomas Tuchel on Christman Eve and hired former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino who has overseen four wins, a draw and a defeat in his six games in charge. This has the potential to be a mental game as both teams are entirely unpredictable.
Finally, on Monday night at 8pm La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid welcome Celta Vigo to the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. Atleti currently hold a ten point lead over Barcelona and Real Madrid, who are second and third respectively, and also have a game in hand. Diego Simeone oversaw an incredible first half to the season for Atleti, who have attained 50 of a possible 57 points so far this season. Celta, who finished 17th in the past two seasons, seem much improved this season and are 10th despite a poor run of recent form. It’s always worth watching Atletico Madrid, if only to see the theatrics of Diego Simeone.
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It’s a massive weekend in Rugby with the start of the 2021 Six Nations, alongside action from the Guinness Pro14 and the Gallagher Premiership.
Starting Friday night at 7.35pm with some domestic action as the Dragons take on Connacht live on Premier Sports in the Pro14 with Bristol facing Sale in a 7.45pm kickoff in the Premiership, live on BT Sport.
There’s more Premiership action on Saturday with Wasps vs Northampton (1pm), Bath vs Harlequins (2.15pm), Leicester vs Worcester (3pm) and London Irish vs Gloucester (3pm) all live on BT Sport. The main interest on Saturday though has to be in the Six Nations, which returns after last seasons fractured campaign which only ended in late October.
The first game takes place at 2.15pm, from the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, as perennial wooden spoon winners Italy take on last years runners-up France. France are chasing their first title since 2010 and will be confident of getting off to a good start against the Italians with the Giuseppe Garibaldi Trophy on the line.
Following that it’s the Calcutta Cup, as defending Champions England welcoming their northern neighbours Scotland to Twickenham at 4.45pm. After winning only one Six Nations in 13 years, England have now won three of the last five and will be strong favourites this Saturday facing a Scotland team that has only beaten them once in the past 12 years.
On Sunday, Newcastle face Exeter, live on BT Sports at 1pm, in the Premiership. Both teams have won five and lost two of their opening seven games but as last years double winners, Exeter will see themselves as favourites.
At 3pm Wales take on Ireland at the Principality Stadium looking to bounce back after a very poor showing last season as they collapsed while trying to defend the title they won in 2019. Ireland finished 3rd last season as a result of a final day defeat in Paris. They last won the competition in 2018, which was their third title in five years, but the team looks different now after retirements and injuries.
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MMA legend Alistair Overeem (47-18) takes on Alexander Volkov (32-8) in a heavyweight clash that headlines this weekend’s UFC offering. Both fighters come into the fight off the back of impressive TKO wins and with a combined 46 wins via KO/TKO between them this fight might not last long. Of Overeem’s 65(!!!) previous fights, 39 have ended in a KO with him being on the wrong side of 14 of those. Reem may decide to use his grappling advantage and look to add to his 17 submission wins rather than trade with such a dangerous striker.
There’s some exciting fights on the undercard as well with 13-2 Corey Sandhagen taking on former Lightweight Champion Frankie Edgar (24-8) in a Bantamweight clash. It’s such a shame that Edgar spent so much of his career fighting way above his natural weight class because he could have done spectacular things if he’d been able to fight at Bantamweight and Featherweight against men his own size, rather than at Lightweight where he always faced a big size disadvantage. As with the main event, both fighters here are coming in off wins and both know that a win could earn them a place in a title eliminator and move them one step closer to a fight with Champion Petr Yan.
Gnarly veterans Michael Johnson (19-16) and Clay Guida (35-20) are both coming into the fight having lost multiple fights in a row, and are both at the tail ends of their careers, but these two don’t do boring fights so expect fireworks over three rounds.
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The PGA tour is in Phoenix this weekend for the ridiculously named Waste Management Phoenix Open. Last years winner Webb Simpson has not made a strong start to his title defence sitting seven strokes behind the early leaders Matthew NeSmith and Mark Hubbard.
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The first Tennis major of the year starts on Monday as Melbourne welcomes the best tennis players in the world to the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic has already attracted plenty of his criticism after moaning about having to quarantine upon his arrival down under but will the Serb be able to retain his title and win his 3rd in a row? Djokovic has won the competition a record eight times and must be considered a strong favourite at his favourite tournament. Roger Federer has once again chosen not to play, as he has in previous Grand Slam events held during the pandemic but Rafael Nadal will take part and is chasing two records. First he can pass Federer and become the first man to win 21 Grand Slam events, and secondly he can become the first man in the Open Era to win every Grand Slam event at least twice.
On the women’s side of events, Sofia Kenin will be hoping to retain her title but will face strong competition from Simona Halep, the 2019 winner Naomi Osaka and, of course, seven time winner Serena Williams who is still seeking her 24 Grand Slam title to match Margaret Court for the all-time record, though Williams does already hold the record in the Open Era with 23 and is widely considered to be the greatest women’s tennis player of all time.
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Off the back of their improbable series win over Australia, India take on England in the first of four cricket tests this weekend. This should prove to be a fantastic series as both sides come into it in great form. Will home-field advantage play a part or will Joe Root and co be able to continue the recent dominance over their great rival which has seen them win four, and draw one, of the last six test series between the two.
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In a week where they announced that they will hold an All Star game this season, and were criticised for it by LeBron James, the NBA’s Covid situation does seem to be improving ever so slightly. There’s a full schedule of games, with the best of them being:
- Friday: Pacers vs Pelicans, Nets vs Raptors, Clippers vs Celtic
- Saturday: Rockets vs Spurs, Sixers vs Nets, Mavericks vs Warriors
- Sunday: Pacers vs Jazz, Suns vs Celtics, Clippers vs Kings
And that’s that. We’re heading back towards normality with more sports ramping up and the schedules hitting their stride.
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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