Weekend Sport | What to watch and where to find it


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.





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Sky Sports Golf will have coverage of the DP World Tour Championship from Dubai available from 6am. The RSM Classic from Georgia will be live on the same channel from 6pm.


Practice & Qualifying from the Qatar Grand Prix will begin at 11am on Sky Sports F1.


Soccer enthusiasts will have the return of the Premier League to look forward to as Leicester City will host Chelsea in the early kick off at 12.30pm on BT Sport 1, followed by Watford facing off against Manchester United from 3pm on Premier Sports 2. The game of the day comes with the late kick off at 5.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League as Liverpool will play Arsenal in Anfield.


TG4 will show the Irish Open in Badminton from Dublin at 12.55pm.


Rugby fans will have a huge weekend of action to savour as in Women’s international action Ireland will face Japan from 3pm on RTE 2. The Men’s game will have numerous games to look forward to as Amazon Prime will have all games available, Italy will host Uruguay at 1pm while Scotland face off against Japan at the same time. England will host South Africa at 3.15pm before Wales entertain Australia at 5.30pm. The late game will involve France and New Zealand going head to head at 8pm.


GAA will see the Kerry Senior Football Semi-final take place between ST Brendan’s and Austin Stacks at 5.30pm on RTE 2.


Snooker from Bolton will be on ITV 4 at 6.45pm as the Champion of Champions takes place.


Darts from Wolverhampton will be available on Sky Sports Arena at 7pm with action from the grand slam.


In NBA action the Rockets @ Knicks from New York will start at 11pm on Sky Sports Arena.




BT Sport 2 will have live coverage of Badminton with the Indonesia Masters taking place from 5am.


NBA will be live from Portland with the 76ers @ Trail Blazers from 3am on Sky Sports Mix.


Sunday’s golf action will see the DP World Tour Championship continue on Sky Sports golf at 5am. The RSM Classic will also resume at 6pm on Sky Sports Golf via the red button option.

Champion of Champions in Darts will resume from Wolverhampton on Sky Sports Arena from 1pm.


GAA will be live on TG4 as the Mayo SFC Final will begin at 1.30pm between Belmullet and Knockmore before the DublinSFC Final commences at 3.15pm as Kilmacud Crokes play ST Jude’s.


Premier League games on Sunday will see Manchester City play host to Everton at 2pm on Sky Sports Premier League. Tottenham Hotspur will face Leeds United at 4.30 pm on the same channel.


Cricket involves action between India and New Zealand in T20 from 1.20pm on Sky Sports Cricket.


Rugby will see Ireland face off against Argentina at 2.15pm in Dublin. RTE 2 will have the coverage.


NFL Sunday returns once more as Indianapolis Colts @ Buffalo Bills will begin at 6pm, followed by Dallas Cowboys @ Kansas City Chiefs from 9.25pm. Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Chargers will start at 1.20 am. All the games will be live on Sky Sports NFL.


NBA will offer an interesting battle taking place in LA as Mavericks @ Clippers will begin at 9.15pm on Sky Sports Arena.