The weekend is here again, and there’s yet another full card of sports to whet any appetite. Need a Live Sport Streaming VPN?
Take your alarm clock, turn it off and throw it out the window, the weekend has arrived and that means just one thing. Sports, sports and more sports. What else are you going to do during a pandemic? You’re going to stay inside, and watch a ton of sports. And luckily for you, we here at Liberty Shield have compiled a listing of all the best sporting events happening this weekend.
Just because we’re so nice we felt it was necessary to preview the Premier League weekend right here. That should save you having to make the decision on which games to watch.
But it is only a small part of what’s available to you this weekend.
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We’ll start with football as usual and run around the major European Leagues.
The Bundesliga presents a 1st vs 2nd tie as surprise league leaders Leverkusen welcome Bayern Munich to the BayArena. Leverkusen are the only unbeaten team in the Bundesliga and boast the second best attack as well as the second best defence in the Bundesliga and this balance, along with Peter Bosz’s high tempo style of football has seen them put together a very impressive start to the season. Bayern will represent their toughest test to date but a win on Saturday would go a long way towards fortifying Leverkusen’s credentials as title contenders.
The tie of the week in Ligue 1 is undoubtedly Lille vs PSG. Lille have had a bizarre week. After going top last weekend, news broke that they are in financial dire straits and will need to be sold. Ligue 1 is in financial trouble in general, after the collapse of their TV deal and there may well be a mass exodus of the most valuable players in the league come January as teams look to balance their books. It’s a shame for Lille, who have put together a fantastic young team. Sven Botman, Renato Sanches and Boubacary Soumare are among the names to watch out for in this game, and in January.
Lazio vs Napoli takes the headline slot this weekend in Serie A. While Lazio have been the most disappointing team in the league so far this season, they’re always entertaining to watch and have fantastic attacking talent that just haven’t quite clicked this season. Napoli, similarly, have tremendous attackers and are just lacking in consistency so far this season.
There isn’t really a marquee game in La Liga based on league position but Barcelona vs Valencia catches the eye in terms of the potential for the absurd. Both clubs are in chaos off the pitch, and haven’t been much better on the pitch. It’s a chance to watch Lionel Messi though, and that alone should make it worthwhile.
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It’s another completely packed weekend in Rugby, with the finest action in the hemisphere on display in the major European competitions.
Starting with the Champions Cup, the weekend lines up as follows:
- Friday – Scarlets vs Toulon, and Wasps vs Montpellier.
- Saturday – Glasgow vs Lyon, Leinster vs Northampton, Gloucester vs Ulster, La Rochelle vs Bath, Clermont vs Munster, Bordeaux vs Dragons, and Sale vs Edinburgh.
- Sunday – Harlequins vs Racing, Toulouse vs Exeter and Connacht vs Bristol.
All games can be found live on BTSport
Not to be outdone, the Challenge Cup offers the following:
- Friday – Castres vs Newcastle, and Brive vs Zebre
- Saturday – Benetton vs Agen, Bayonne vs Leicester, and Worcester vs Ospreys.
- Sunday – London Irish vs Pau, and Cardiff Blues vs Stade Francais
Just like last weekend, this is heaven for any Rugby fan with non-stop high calibre games all weekend long.
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I wouldn’t consider myself a Cricket fan but even I enjoy the excitement of T20 action and this weekend New Zealand and Pakistan face off in a three game series taking place Friday, Sunday and Tuesday.
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It’s a massive weekend for Boxing with not one, but two big fights taking place. First up, Gennady Golovkin puts his IBF and IBO Middleweight titles on the line against the unbeaten Kamil Szeremeta. This fight represents a massive step up in class for Szeremeta and Triple G will be a heavy favourite but it’s always fun to watch him fight and at 38 we should appreciate him because he likely won’t fight much longer.
The second big fight of the night sees Triple G’s biggest rival Canelo Alvarez take on Callum Smith for the WBA, WBC and Ring Magazine Super-Middleweight titles. It’s Canelo’s first fight since he KO’d Sergey Kovalev 13 months ago to claim the WBO Light-Heavyweight title and sees Canelo once again changing weight class. It’s the biggest fight of Smith’s career but he also presents a massive test for Canelo as he is much the bigger man and will have an eight inch reach advantage as well as towering six inches taller than Canelo.
If Triple G and Canelo both win, could we possibly see a third fight between them?
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The UFC offers up Fight Night: Thompson vs Neal. Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson will be looking to get himself back in title contention at 170lbs but Geoff Neal is riding a seven fight win streak and knows that a win over Wonderboy will definitely put him in the title mix and he’ll want to add to his recent string of highlight reel knockouts. In the co-main event former Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo will look to turnaround a three fight losing streak against Marlon Vera who comes into this fight having stopped Sean O’Malley last time out.
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The William Hill Darts World Championship is underway and will run right through until January 3rd. Will a former Champion like Michael van Gerwen, Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson, or Rob Cross reclaim the title? Can reigning Champion Peter Wright go back to back? Or will another contender like Adrian Lewis or Michael Smith take the crown home for the first time?
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The world’s best Snooker players have made their way to Milton Keynes to take part in the World Grand Prix. There’s already been one massive shock early on as defending champion Neil Robertson was knocked out by Robert Milkins in the round of 32.
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Last but definitely not least comes this weekend’s NFL games.
First up, an AFC South contest between the Colts and Texans. The Colts are 9-4 and look playoff bound this season, despite inconsistent quarterback play. Their battles with the Texans tend to always be entertaining, even when one of them is having a bad season as the Texans are this year. DeShaun Watson has declared himself ready to play and the Texans star QB will want to remind everyone that just because his team have been horrible this year, he remains a Pro Bowl calibre player.
While the Green Bay Packers are running away with the NFC North, there is pride and a potential shot at a Wildcard playoff spot on the line as the Chicago Bears travel to Minneapolis to take on the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings started the season terrible so be one win from a .500 record is actually quite impressive. The Bears have been consistent only in their inconsistency and after jumping back and forth between QB options this season it appears that the starting job is once again Mitch Trubisky’s to lose.
Finally, the game of the weekend sees the 10-3 New Orleans Saints take on the 12-1 Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are now the number one seed in the AFC, possess the best player in football in Patrick Mahomes and are, of course, the defending SuperBowl Champions. This game could well be a preview of this seasons SuperBowl as, aside from the Packers and the LA Rams, the Saints don’t seem to have much competition in what is definitely the weaker conference this season. Drew Brees is unlikely to return just yet and after Taysom Hill turned in a poor showing last time out against the Eagles, might Sean Payton hand the ball to third stringer Jameis Winston and let him do what Jameis does? Hopefully. If he does, this game will be must see TV for the endless possibilities a Jameis performance offers.
And that’s that. It’s a pretty packed schedule, with really good offerings from all corners. No matter what your sporting preferences are, there’s something on for you this weekend. Settle into your favourite armchair, order up a take-away, switch on your Liberty Shield VPN and enjoy the action while keeping your data safe.
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