IT’S the weekend once more, meaning it’s time for us to run you through the sports action this weekend, when it is on and where you can find it
Cricket fans will be able to view the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup as South Africa face Sri Lanka at 11am, followed by Australia taking on England at 3pm. Sky Sports Cricket will have all the action covered.
The Bermuda Championship will have the Golf fans excited as the championship will be broadcast at 6pm on Sky Sports Golf.
Darts will be live from Amsterdam as the World Series of Darts takes place. ITV 4 will have the action live from 6pm.
The Premier League will again resume this weekend as Leicester City host Arsenal at 12.30pm on BT Sport 1. Soccer will continue in the Championship at the same time on Sky Sports Football as Fulham welcome West Bromwich Albion. Liverpool take on the challenge of Brighton in Anfield at 3pm on Premier Sports 1. The late kick off will see a huge game for Manchester United as they will visit Tottenham Hotspur, Sky Sports Premier League will have coverage of the game at 5.30pm. Reading will play Bournemouth at 8pm in Championship action, the game can be found on Sky Sports Football. All highlights of Saturdays action will come from Match of the Day at 10.30pm on BBC 1.
Horse Racing will be live on RTÉ 2 from 1.30pm with action from the Ladbrokes Champion Steeplechase.
In Rugby, Northampton will play Leicester on BT Sport 3 from 3pm in the English Premiership. Scotland will take on Tonga at 2.30pm, while Wales face an almighty task in New Zealand in the Autumn Internationals, they will play each other at 5.15pm, both games will be exclusively shown on Amazon Prime Video.
UFC will be live from Abu Dhabi as Jan Blachowicz steps in against Glover Teiceira for the light heavyweight championship. BT Sport 2 will have the card available from 7pm.
Sky Sports Arena will have coverage of the NBA as the Celtics @ Wizards will begin at 10pm.
NBA again resumes on Sunday as the Heat @ Grizzlies will begin at 1am, live on Sky Sports Mix. Kings @Mavericks starts at 7.30pm on Sky Sports Arena.
The World Series of Darts will again continue on ITV4. The action from Amsterdam will begin at 11.45am.
Cricket will come in the form of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup once more as Afghanistan face Namibia at 10am, followed by India v New Zealand at 2pm.
The Women’s FA Cup Semi-final between Manchester City and Chelsea will be shown on BBC 1 from 1.45pm. The other Semi-final in the competition will see Arsenal face Brighton on BBC 2 from 4.45pm. Soccer in the Premier League will also continue as Norwich City will play host to Leeds United at 2pm, followed by Aston Villa v West Ham United at 4.30pm. Both games are available on Sky Sports Premier League. All highlights of the days action will be available through Match of the Day 2 on BBC 1at 10.30pm.
GAA will be live on TG4 as the Roscommon SFC Final takes place at 2pm, involving Clann nan Gael v Pádraig Pearses. The Dublin SHC Final between Kilmacud Crokes v Cuala will begin at 3.45pm.
The Bermuda Championship will resume on Sky Sports Golf at 5pm.
Rugby fans can find Harlequins entertaining Saracens in English Premiership action on BT Sport 1 from 2pm. At 8.05pm Racing 92 will host Toulouse in the Top 14. Premier Sports will have coverage of the game.