The weekend is here again, and there’s yet another full card of sports to whet any appetite. Need a Live Sport Streaming VPN?
Take your alarm clock, turn it off and throw it out the window, Christmas has arrived!!! And that means just one thing. Sports, sports and more sports. Ok, fine it means two things, time with your family and sports. But mostly sports. What else are you going to do during the holidays in the middle of a pandemic?? Play board games with your loved ones? Nope! You’re going to sit in front of the TV, and watch a ton of sports. And luckily for you, we here at Liberty Shield have compiled a listing of all the best sporting events happening this weekend.
Just because we’re so nice we felt it was necessary to preview the Premier League weekend right here. That should save you having to make the decision on which games to watch.
But it is only a small part of what’s available to you this weekend.
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There’s not much in terms of football as Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga are all on a mid-season break, and La Liga don’t have games scheduled for the weekend. They do have a round of games taking place next week and the Basque Country Derby of Athletic Club vs Real Sociedad takes place on Thursday the 29th. Both sides play good football and that could be a game worth watching.
There is a cracker of a game in the Championship on Sunday as Watford take on Norwich at Vicarage Road. Fifth place Watford, who’ve just sacked yet another manager, have played some very exciting football at times this season and do have an exciting group of attacking players, whilst Norwich seem destined to return to life in the Premier League as they sit top and look quite comfortable.
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Yet again, it’s a completely packed weekend in Rugby, though this time it’s the domestic league taking centre stage with both the Gallagher Premiership and Guinness Pro14 putting on near full slates of fixtures. The games are scheduled as follows:
- Saturday: Bath v London Irish, Harlequins v Bristol, Newcastle v Leicester, Exeter v Gloucester, and Northampton v Worcester
- Sunday: Sale v Wasps
These games can be found live on BTSport.
- Saturday: Zebre v Benetton, Dragons v Cardiff Blues, Ospreys v Scarlets, and Munster v Leinster
- Sunday: Connacht v Ulster
These games be found live on Premier Sport.
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Boxing day sees the start of the first of two test matches between South Africa vs Sri Lanka. South Africa will be playing their first test series for an entire year, since their 3-1 test defeat to England this time last year. They have been extremely active through the year in One Day and T20 competition whereas Sri Lanka haven’t played at all since March, and like South Africa last played a test series a year ago when they overcame Zimbabwe.
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It’s a lowkey weekend in the Boxing world with just one fight of note taking place as Cuban sensation David Morrell takes on journeyman Mike Gavronski for the WBA Super Middleweight title on Saturday night. Morrell is only 22 and this will only be his fourth professional fight but he’s a very exciting fighter with a great amateur background and a win on Saturday could set him on the path to stardom.
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Believe it or not, the UFC don’t have an event this weekend. Dana White, who refused to allow Covid to derail his plans for the year, obviously decided that he deserved Christmas off and who can blame him? What an incredible job the UFC did working around the limitations placed on sport by Covid-19.
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The William Hill Darts World Championship is well underway with the third round set to take place between the 27th and 29th. So far, the tournament has largely gone as expected but there has been a couple of surprise early exits with 2018 winner Rob Cross, the 5th seed, and number 10 seed Ian White, both heading home early. It’s early yet, but Michael van Gerwen is throwing very well already and looks like he will be close to impossible to beat. The rest of the field might have to hope that MVG has an off-night for anyone else to stand a real chance of denying the Dutchman a fourth PDC World title.
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For those of you who are just sports junkies and can’t do without a Christmas Day fix, the NBA season is up and running, and there are five games scheduled for Christmas Day. The games are scheduled back to back to back so if you feel the mood, or have the want, you can watch all five of them. First up last seasons beaten finalists Miami Heat take on Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans. That’s followed by reigning two time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and his Milwaukee Bucks team taking on Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in a game that would have been much more exciting a couple of months ago before Klay Thompson was ruled out for the season with a torn achilles. The Boston Celtics vs the returning Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets is next on the slate and might be the game that draws the most neutral interest because of the focus on Durant’s return following a year out through injury. LeBron James and Luka Doncic headline the next game as the reigning Champion LA Lakers take on the Dallas Cowboys, and that is followed by Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets taking on Kawhi Leonard and the LA Clippers. For basketball fans, it’s heaven. For sports junkies, it’s a fix.
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Last but definitely not least comes this weekend’s NFL games.
First up, the Patrick Mahomes show. If you have even a passing interest in the sport then you need to watch this young man work his magic. The Kansas City Chiefs are 13-1, the best record in the league this year, and are the runaway favourites to win their second successive SuperBowl. This weekend they’ll take on the 4-10 Atlanta Falcons in a game that nobody should expect to be particular competitive, but will be must watch because of Mahomes.
Next up, the 5-9 Dallas Cowboys take on the 4-8-1 Philadelphia Eagles in an NFC East clash that could well determine the future of the coaches on both sidelines. Both teams have been massively disappointing this season, and neither will have the quarterbacks they thought were the future of their franchises at the start of the season. Dallas lost Dak Prescott to a horror injury early in the year, though questions about his long term future in Dallas were rampant before the injury. For the Eagles, Carson Wentz has lost his starting spot to rookie Jalen Hurts due to some dreadful performances this season and may well have thrown his last football in the City of Brotherly Love. Despite both teams having had terrible seasons by their own standards, they are both still in with a chance of winning the division and making the playoffs, which tells you everything about you need to know about the NFC East this season.
Last up is the game of the weekend as the 11-3 Green Bay Packers take on the 10-4 Tennessee Titans. The pressure is on the Titans to pick up a win here to maintain their place at the top of the AFC South as the Indianapolis Colts hold the same record and are behind only on the head to head match-up. This game will be a contrast of styles as the Packers will be heavily reliant on the passing ability of genius QB Aaron Rodgers, whilst the smashmouth running back Derrick Henry is the key player for the Titans.
And that’s that. It’s a lighter than normal schedule of sport, but there good offerings from across a wide range of disciplines. No matter what you’re sporting preferences are, there should be something on for you this weekend. Settle into your favourite armchair, grab your Christmas leftovers, switch on your Liberty Shield VPN and enjoy the action while keeping your data safe.
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How to watch live sport streaming from anywhere…
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This is basically because their streaming services are geoblocked based on the IP address being used to access it. You must be a UK domestic web user to access BT Sport, Sky Sports, Premier Sports, Amazon Prime UK and BBC Sport live tv streaming.
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