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Here's your TV guide to a jam-packed weekend of sport
There’s plenty of action to look forward to.

LAST UPDATE | Dec 4th 2020, 8:59 AM

THE FIRST WEEKEND of December is upon us but there’s no shortage of sporting action to get stuck into.

There’s All-Ireland football semi-finals, the FAI Cup final and a rugby showdown between Ireland and Scotland all as part of the sporting menu.

Here’s the main action in store if you’re spending the next few days on the couch.


6.30am – Early start for the third round of the Golf in Dubai Championship on Sky Sports Main Event.

11am - South Africa against England in the first of three one-day cricket internationals in Cape Town, is on Sky Sports Main Event.

5.30pm - Just the one Championship game on, it’s Barnsley against Bournemouth on Sky Sports Football.

7pm - The second round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic on the PGA Tour is on Sky Sports Golf.

7.30pm - You can watch the Berlin derby in the Bundesliga, Hertha against Union, on BT Sport 2. 

7.35pm - Connacht play Benetton in the Pro14 at the Sportsground, TG4 have all the action.

a-view-of-the-sportsground James Crombie / INPHO The Sportsground hosts Connacht's game against Benetton. James Crombie / INPHO / INPHO


6.30am - The final round of the Golf in Dubai Championship is on Sky Sports Golf.

8.45am - The Tri-Nations rugby action sees Australia and Argentina meet on Sydney, it’s live on Sky Sports Main Event.

12.30pm -  In the Premier League it’s Burnley facing off against Everton on BT Sport 1 while Reading play Notts Forest in the Championship on Sky Sports Main Event.

1.15pm - Live racing coverage for the day on Virgin Media One comes from Sandown and Aintree, the Tingle Creek Chase is the Sandown feature at 2.25pm.

1.45pm - Armagh take on Cavan in the All-Ireland premier junior camogie final with game shown on RTÉ News Now channel and the BBC iPlayer.

erinn-galligan Dan Sheridan / INPHO Erinn Galligan is part of the Cavan side for the All-Ireland camogie final. Dan Sheridan / INPHO / INPHO

2.15pm – The Ireland rugby team play Scotland in the Autumn Nations Cup, it’s live on RTÉ 2.

2.30pm - Borussia Dortmund face Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga on BT Sport 3.

3pm - Your Premier League game at this time is Man City taking on Fulham on BT Sport 1.

3.15pm - Real Madrid face Sevilla in La Liga, a game live on La Liga TV.

3.45pm - It’s Antrim against Down in the All-Ireland intermediate camogie final, again it’s on RTÉ News Now and BBC iPlayer.

4pm - Over on TG4 you can watch Fermanagh against Wicklow in the All-Ireland junior ladies football decider from Parnell Park.

4.45pm - Premier Sports 2 have the meeting of Wales and Italy in the Autumn Nations Cup.

5pm - Juventus go up against Torino in the Turin derby on Premier Sports 1.

5.30pm - Champions Dublin meet Cavan in the first of the All-Ireland senior football semi-finals. You can catch it on RTÉ 2 and Sky Sports Mix.

ciaran-kilkenny-brian-fenton-and-james-mccarthy-celebrate-after-the-game Bryan Keane / INPHO Ciaran Kilkenny, Brian Fenton and James McCarthy after Dublin's Leinster final win. Bryan Keane / INPHO / INPHO

5.30pm - Man United meet West Ham in the Premier League and it’s live on Sky Sports Main Event.

5.30pm - It’s first against second in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich play RB Leipzig on BT Sport 1, while on La Liga TV it’s second-placed Atletico Madrid playing Real Valladolid.

7.45pm - Inter Milan v Bologna in Serie A is live on Premier Sports 2.

8pm - Chelsea face Leeds Utd in the Premier League on Sky Sports Main Event and Barcelona go up against Cádiz on La Liga TV.

britain-soccer-premier-league Matthew Childs Chelsea manager Frank Lampard. Matthew Childs

9pm - The third round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic on the PGA Tour is on Sky Sports Golf.


8am - The second one-day international begins between South Africa and England.

12pm - The day’s Premier League action commences with West Brom playing Crystal Palace on Sky Sports Main Event.

12pm - Rangers take on Ross County in the Scottish Premiership on Sky Sports Football. 

1.30pm - Cork face Galway in the All-Ireland senior ladies football semi-final, it’s live on TG4.

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1.40pm - The big race of the day at Punchestown is the John Durkan Memorial Chase, it can be watched on Racing TV.

2pm - It’s England against France in the Autumn Nations Cup final, live on Premier Sports 1.

englands-had-coach-eddie-jones-with-ben-youngs Billy Stickland / INPHO England's head coach Eddie Jones with Ben Youngs. Billy Stickland / INPHO / INPHO

2.15pm - Sheffield Utd v Leicester City in the Premier League is on Sky Sports Main Event.

3pm - Celtic go up against St Johnstone in the Scottish Premiership, follow it on Celtic TV.

3.30pm – It’s Mayo against Tipperary in the second of the All-Ireland senior semi-finals, RTÉ 2 and Sky Sports Mix will sort you with the action.

conor-sweeney-lifts-the-trophy-after-tipperary-are-munster-champions James Crombie / INPHO Conor Sweeney after Tipperary's Munster final victory. James Crombie / INPHO / INPHO

4.30pm - It’s Spurs against Arsenal in the North London derby in the Premier League on Sky Sports Main Event.

5.05pm - The Formula 1 action comes from the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain, it’s live on Sky Sports F1.

6pm - The first NFL game of the evening is the Tennessee Titans against the Cleveland Browns on Sky Sports NFL.

6.40pm - The FAI Cup final is live from the Aviva Stadium on RTÉ 2 as Shamrock Rovers take on Dundalk.

7.15pm - Liverpool face Wolves in the last Premier League match of the weekend, Amazon Prime Video is where this can be looked at.

8pm - La Liga table-toppers Real Sociedad are in action against Alaves on Premier Sports 2.

9pm - The final round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic on the PGA Tour is on Sky Sports Golf.

9.25pm - It’s the Arizona Cardinals against the LA Rams in the second NFL game on Sky Sports.

9.30pm - The weekend’s GAA highlights are available on The Sunday Game.

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