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Here's your TV guide to a jam-packed weekend of sport

GAA, rugby, soccer and plenty more big events are set for the coming days.

It's another huge weekend of sporting action.
It's another huge weekend of sporting action.

Updated Nov 20th 2020, 8:39 AM

THE LOCKDOWN CONTINUES but thankfully, there’s plenty of live sport on TV this weekend to keep us all entertained.

England v Ireland, Tottenham against Man City, the FAI Cup encounter between Bohemians and Dundalk, two hurling quarter-finals and three provincial football finals are among the highlights.

Check out the full listings below…


10am - You can watch the Joburg Open on Sky Sports Golf.

2pm - Watch the ATP World Tour Finals in London on BBC 2.

5.30pm - Finn Harps against Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup quarter-final is available on the Watch LOI service.

6pm - The RSM Classic is on Sky Sports Golf from early Friday evening while the Pelican Women’s Championship is available via the red button.

7pm - Grand Slam of Darts is available on Sky Sports Arena.

7.30pm - Bohemians’ FAI Cup tie against Dundalk kicks off at 7.45pm and will be shown on RTÉ Two.

a-general-view-of-dalymount-park-ahead-of-the-game Dalymount Park hosts Bohemians clash with Dundalk. Source: Laszlo Geczo/INPHO

7.45pm - Harlequins take on Exeter Chiefs in the English Premiership, and it can be viewed on BT Sport 1.

7.45pm – There’s coverage of the Coventry-Birmingham City Championship clash on Sky Sports Football.

8pm – In Ligue 1 on BT Sports 3, it’s Monaco v PSG kicking off at 8pm.


8.15am - Argentina face Australia early on Saturday, and it can be seen on Sky Sports Arena.

10am - The Joburg Open continues on Sky Sports Golf.

11.45am - England are up against France in women’s rugby, and you can watch it on BBC 2.

12.30pm - Newcastle take on Chelsea on BT Sport 1 in the early Premier League clash and Bournemouth host table toppers Reading in the Championship on Sky Sports Football.

1pm - You can watch as many as four games on La Liga TV, beginning from 1pm, which in chronological order are:  Levante v Elche, Villarreal v Real Madrid, Sevilla v Celta Vigo, Atlético Madrid v Barcelona.

1.15pm - The day’s hurling action begins on RTÉ 2 with Galway against Tipperary in the All-Ireland quarter-final.

joe-canning-with-noel-mcgrath Joe Canning and Noel McGrath in opposition on Saturday. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

1.25pm - Both Virgin Media 1 and UTV are showing horse racing from Ascot.

2pm - England play Ireland in the Nations Cup, and it will be shown on both RTÉ 1 and Channel 4, with kick-off at 3pm.

the-ireland-team-stand-for-a-moments-silence-in-aid-of-the-rugbyagainstracism-movement The Irish rugby team are set to face England at 3pm on Saturday. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

2pm - The ATP World Tour Finals are on BBC 2 once again.

2.30pm - The big Bundesliga game of the weekend, involving Bayern Munich and Werder Bremen, is on BT Sport 3.

3pm - The Premier League kick-off of Aston Villa versus Brighton can be seen on Premier Sports 1, as well as BT Sport 1.

3.45pm - Sky Sports Mix has the second of the senior hurling quarter-finals, Waterford playing Clare.

4.55pm - Wales against Georgia (kick-off: 5.15pm) in the Nations Cup is on Premier Sports 1. 

5.15pm - There are back-to-back Bundesliga games on BT Sport 2, starting with Eintracht Frankfurt against RB Leipzig, and followed by Hertha Berlin versus Borussia Dortmund.

firo-07-11-2020-fuvuball-soccer-1st-bundesliga-season-202021-bvb-borussia-dortmund-fc-bayern-mvonchen-muenchen Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland. Source: R7043 firo Sportphoto/Jürgen Fromme

5.30pm - The standout Premier League game this weekend sees Tottenham take on Man City on Sky Sports Premier League.

6pm - The RSM Classic continues on Sky Sports Golf while the Pelican Women’s Championship is available via the red button.

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7pm - It’s the Leinster senior football final live on RTÉ 2, reigning champions Dublin take on Meath.

7pm - Grand Slam of Darts is once again showing on Sky Sports Arena.

7.45pm - Juventus play Cagliari in Saturday evening’s Serie A clash on Premier Sports 1.

8pm - Marseille take on Nice in Ligue 1 on BT Sport 1.


3am - You can watch UFC Las Vegas action in the early hours of Sunday on BT Sport 1, featuring Deiveson Figueiredo against Alex Perez.

10am - You can view the closing stages of the Joburg Open on Sky Sports Golf.

11am - Rangers play Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership on Sky Sports Football (kick-off: 12pm).

12pm - Fulham play Everton in the day’s opening Premier League game on BBC One.

12.30pm - Wasps take in Bristol Bears in the English Premiership (kick-off: 1pm) on BT Sport 1.

1pm - There is more action from the Grand Slam of Darts throughout the day on Sky Sports Arena.

1.30pm - Cork play Tipperary in the Munster senior football final with coverage live on RTÉ 2. At the same time you can check out Donegal take on Mayo in the Nickey Rackard Cup final on the Spórt TG4 YouTube channel.

bill-maher-with-ian-maguire Tipperary's Bill Maher and Cork's Ian Maguire in opposition on Sunday. Source: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

2pm - The Serie A encounter between Inter Milan and Torino is on FreeSports.

2pm - Sheffield Utd take on West Ham in the Premier League on Sky Sports Main Event.

2.30pm - Zebre host Connacht in the Pro14 and it’s showing on eir Sport 1.

3pm - Scotland take on France in the Nations Cup with live coverage of Premier Sports 1.

4pm - It’s Donegal against Cavan in the Ulster senior football decider with both RTÉ 2 and BBC Northern Ireland showing the game. The Christy Ring Cup final throws in at the same time, Down playing Kildare on the Spórt TG4 YouTube channel.

4.30pm - Leeds Utd against Arsenal in the Premier League is on Sky Sports Main Event.

4.55pm - There are two Serie A games on Premier Sports 1, starting with Udinese v Genoa before Napoli v AC Milan.

5.15pm - The Pro14 game between Leinster and Cardiff Blues is taking place on both TG4 and eir Sport 1.

leo-cullen Leinster coach Leo Cullen. Source: Robbie Stephenson/INPHO

6pm - The ATP World Tour Finals continues on BBC Two.

6pm - The RSM Classic once again can be seen on Sky Sports Golf while the Pelican Women’s Championship is available via the red button from 7pm.

6pm - The NFL action on Sky Sports NFL begins with Tennessee Titans v Baltimore Ravens.

7.15pm - The last Premier League game of the day is Liverpool against Leicester City on Sky Sports Main Event.

7.30pm - Ulster v Scarlets in the Pro14 can be seen on eir Sport 1.

9.25pm – On Sky Sports NFL, it’s the Green Bay Packers v Indianapolis Colts.

9.30pm - Check out all the weekend’s GAA highlights and analysis on The Sunday Game on RTÉ.

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