Hello, hello, hello and welcome to your Liberty Shields Live Sports blog for this upcoming weekend. Need a Live Sport Streaming VPN?
As March rambles along and April draws close we should finally be able to welcome consistent good weather and hopefully, if people stop having stupid protests, a loosening in the Coronavirus restrictions that might actually allow us to go places! Wouldn’t that be nice! Fun Fact: Live Sport Streaming is one of the most searched terms on Google!
Anyway, the weekend is somehow here again so as usual we’ve put together a somewhat exhaustive list of the best live sport available to you over the next few days so let’s just jump straight in.
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Domestic football is on paused for the first couple of rounds of World Cup Qualifiers so rather than a Premier League preview this weekend, we’ve put together a short breakdown of the five teams that Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will face over the next week. You can read that by clicking right here.
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There’s rarely a quiet weekend in Rugby but this is a pretty busy one with two very important matches taking place.
The action starts with Gloucester taking on Exeter at 5.30pm on Friday in the Gallagher Premiership, before the most important game of the weekend kicks off at 8pm. France take on Scotland at the Stade de France in the final game of the 2021 Six Nations Championship, knowing that they can claim their first title in 11 years.
To do so, they need to win the game while scoring at least four tries and winning the game by 21 points. That’s a tall order against a Scotland side that has been pretty solid defensively this season and will not feel like just turning up to make up the numbers.
Moving into Saturday, there’s the small matter of the Guinness Pro14 Final as Leinster take on Munster. Irish teams dominated the competition this season, with Leinster and Ulster finishing first and second in Group A while Munster and Connacht topped group B. The sides met back in January and Leinster eeked out a 13-10 victory at Thomand Park. This time, on their home ground of the RDS Arena, Leinster will be strong favourites to take the last title of this iteration of the Pro14 which is set to become the PRO14 Rainbow Cup next season with the additions of four South African teams to the mix. Funnily enough, that next season begins in less than a month! No rest for Rugby.
Because of Covid cancellations there are still some other group stage matches to be played, but none that could affect who topped the table so Glasgow vs Benetton will kick off at 1.45pm with the final set for a 5.00pm start.
The Premiership has four games scheduled with Bristol vs Harlequins at 2pm, London Irish vs Bath and Worcester vs Northampton at 3pm and Wasps vs Sale at 4.30pm.
One game from each competition on Sunday, with Dragons taking on Edinburgh at 2pm in the Pro14 and Leicester vs Newcastle a 3pm offering from the Premiership.
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It’s a massive weekend for the UFC with a huge PPV event headlined by the Heavyweight title fight between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou. We’ve put together a preview of UFC 260 which you can read right here.
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It’s not the biggest fight in the world but the Heavyweight contest for the WBC Interim world title between Alexander Povetkin and Dillian Whyte does promise to be exciting. This is a rematch from their first fight back in August, and Whyte will be out for revenge. Going into that fight as the title holder Whyte, 27-2, had mapped out the big picture for himself. He was going to run through Povetkin, 35-2-1, and set up a mega money fight with Tyson Fury.
After his defeat to Anthony Joshua he ran off 11 wins in a row over a five year span and established himself as one of the worlds top Heavyweights. A big money fight with Fury was to be the pay-off, and it was all going so well. He dominated the early rounds, and knocked Povetkin down twice in the 4th round. It seemed like only a matter of time before Whyte would finish him off, until 30 seconds into the 5th round when Povetkin uncorked an enormous uppercut that sent Whyte to the mat. The referee didn’t even need to count, Whyte was out cold.
That type of knockout has to live with a fighter, and Whyte will look to use it as motivation to overcome Povetkin and get back on track for a big money fight.
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The second of the World Golf Championship events takes place this weekend, with the Dell Technologies Matchplay being held at the Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas. With a winners cheque for $1.82mil on the line as part of the of $10.25mil total prize fund, you can bet that the worlds top players are on hand. In an early shock, Justin Thomas has already been knocked out. The competition didn’t take place in 2020, but in 2019 it was Kevin Kisner, the number 48 seed, who shocked everyone by taking home the winners prize.
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India take on England in the second and third games in their One Day International series on Friday and Sunday and will be aiming to complete a sweep having won the first. After also triumphing over England in their test series, one could argue that India seem to have England’s number right now.
There’s also T20 action on Sunday as New Zealand vs Bangladesh in the first leg of a three game contest.
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Last year the Miami Open was one of the first tennis events to get initially postponed, and later cancelled, as the pandemic swept across America. Maybe we should take it as a positive sign that the competition is going ahead this year as the world tries to get back to normality, though given it’s in Florida and they seem oblivious to the fact that there has ever actually been a pandemic, it’s hard to know.
In 2019 it was Roger Federer and Ashley Barty who claimed victory at the Hard Rock Stadium, and while Barty is back to defend her title against an almost full strength field of the best players on the women’s circuit, there is no Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic or Rafa Nadal in the men’s field.
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The Trade Deadline has been and gone, and once teams work their way through the buy-out market which takes place over the next few weeks, the final rosters will be set for the rest of the regular season. While there were some good trades, such as Aaron Gordon to Denver and Victor Oladipo to Miami, there weren’t any trades that elevated a team from fringe contender to title favourite.
It was a lot of fun though, with Woj Bombs and Shams Grenades flying everywhere, but now it’s back to the mundane normality of games to be contested. The pick of the bunch this weekend are:
- Friday: Pelicans vs Nuggets, Hornets vs Heat, Mavericks vs Pacers
- Saturday: Spurs vs Bulls, Jazz vs Grizzlies, Clippers vs 76ers
- Sunday: Hornets vs Suns, Raptors vs Trail Blazers, Nuggest vs Hawks
No matter what you’re sporting preferences are, there should be something on for you this weekend. Settle into your favourite armchair, 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…
The majority of live sport streaming will be streamed live between Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime, Premier Sport and the BBC Sport website, as well as their respective apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, Smart TV, Now TV, FireTV etc.
But these streaming services are not available to everyone, for example when you load BT Sport in the USA, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Dubai, Canada etc. you will get an error message.
Sorry, this video is not available in your country.
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