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.
But it is only a small part of what’s available to you this weekend.
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Let’s start with football, as we usually do.
Outside of Manchester City vs Liverpool, the biggest game in Europe comes from the Bundesliga where Dortmund face Bayern (Saturday 5.30pm – Live on BT Sport1) in a game that will have title ramifications, even this early in the season. Dortmund’s form in the Champions League has been a bit hit and miss as inconsistent form, and questionable decisions by manager Lucien Favre, have hampered them. But in the Bundesliga they have matched Bayern step for step. These two teams sit joint top on 15 points after six games and look likely to battle it out all season to secure the title. Three points from this game could be worth a lot more come May.
Switching to France, PSG take on Rennes (Saturday 8.00pm – Live on BT Sport1) in a battle of first vs third. PSG will be heavy favourites to win the game, though both teams are coming into the game after poor performances in midweek Champions League games. PSG have won seven Ligue 1 games in a row after losing their first two games of the season and will be hoping to keep that domestic form rolling.
Serie A gives us the perfect way to start Sunday with Lazio vs Juventus (Sunday 11.30am – Live on Premier Sports). Lazio have been one of the most disappointing teams in the league this season and currently sit in 10th place. After last season’s 4th place finish, and managing to hold on to all their top players, many people expected Lazio to challenge for the title this season. So far, they have not looked anything like title challengers. Juventus, chasing a 10th title in a row, have also disappointed this season under new manager Andrea Pirlo but they do sit in 3rd position. Juve should still be considered favourites to win the title but they’ll need to win games like this to do so.
We end our European tour in Spain, where the most exciting game of the La Liga weekend sees top of the table Real Sociedad take on the always entertaining Granada (Sunday 3.15pm – Live on LaLiga TV). Sociedad, inspired by summer signing David Silva, have begun the season playing some wonderful football and while it seems unlikely that they will be a title challenger come March/April, they are putting themselves in a good position to potentially land in the top four and secure Champions League football.
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Rugby has somewhat of a quieter weekend than the last three or four but there’s still plenty of action for you. At 8.45am on Saturday morning the final leg of this season’s Bledisloe Cup takes place in Brisbane as Australia, trailing by 58 points, will hope to put up more of a fight than they did last weekend when New Zealand ran out 43-5 winners. The outcome of the Bledisloe Cup is pretty much confirmed but this should still be a cracking game of Rugby.
Outside of that there’s a good round of Guinness Pro14 games from Saturday with Dragons taking on Connacht (5.15pm Live on Premier Sports) through Sunday’s clash between Ospreys and Leinster (3pm Live on Premier Sports & eir Sport) and finish up with the tripleheader on Monday of Scarlets v Zebre (5.15pm Live on Premier Sports & S4C), Ulster v Glasgow (8.15pm Live on Premier Sports & eir Sport) and Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues (8.15pm Live on Premier Sports).
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Death, Taxes and a UFC Event every weekend! Dana White and Co. are absolutely relentless and this weekend UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Teixeira (Sunday 3.00am – Live on BT Sport1) is on offer to all who enjoy watching people getting punched in face. The headline fight pits Light-HeavyWeight sluggers Thiago Santos and Glover Teixeira against each other in what should be a thrilling back and forth contest. Teixeira is riding a four fight win-streak while Santos was last seen giving Jon Jones probably the most competitive fight of his career before coming out on the wrong side of a split decision for the Light-HeavyWeight title. The winner is likely to face Jan Blachowicz for the title next, a man Santos has already knocked out once.
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Sticking with combat sports, there’s a cracking boxing match to keep an eye one as the brilliant youngster Devin Haney puts his WBC LightWeight title on the line against crafty veteran Yuriorkis Gamboa. Haney is making his second defense of his title and will be putting his perfect 24-0 record on the line against the 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist and former unified FeatherWeight Champion. Haney will likely be eyeing up a unification fight with Gervonta Davis, who defeated Gamboa in the Cuban’s last fight, should he win here. He can’t afford to overlook Gamboa, but that fight with Davis could well be an all-time classic in the making.
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The world of Tennis centres around the Paris Masters this weekend where reigning champion Novak Djokovic has declined to defend his title and left the field open to his great rival Rafa Nadal. Nadal has made his way to the quarter-finals, and while there are still top class players like Alexander Zverev, Daniil Medvedev, Diego Schwartzman and his quarter-final opponent Pablo Carreno Busta left in the competition, Nadal must be considered the favourite given his recent form.
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If Golf is your game, Sky Sports will have coverage of both the Houston Open and the Cyprus Classic. The Houston Open is the more high profile of the two and has attracted a more star-studded field. Last year’s winner Lanto Griffin will need to bounce back from a disappointing 2 over round of 72 first time through the 18 if he wants to retain his title.
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Last but certainly not least, it’s the wild world of the 2020 NFL season. In any other season a battle of arguably the two most popular teams in the sport, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys, would have top billing but the Cowboys are a dumpster fire this year and just about nobody fancies them to take anything other than an ass-whooping from the 7-0 Steelers so we would recommend the Sky Sports Main Event double header.
First up, at 7.30pm, the 6-2 Buffalo Bills play host to the 6-1 Seattle Seahawks. The Bills have one of the deepest and most talented rosters in the league and must be loving life atop the AFC East now, especially having beaten the big bad wolf that is the New England Patriots last weekend. No team in the NFL is as overly reliant on one player as the Seahawks is on Russell Wilson. It’s truly remarkable that this man has never won an MVP award despite carrying average teams to at least 10 wins almost every year since their SuperBowl winning team started to break up. Wilson will need to be at his very best to overcome the Bills in Buffalo.
In the early hours of Monday morning, 1.10am to be precise, two of the all-time great QuarterBacks will go head to head as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady. Look at the record books, and Brady and Brees pop out when it comes to individual numbers for a QuarterBack. Brees has the most passing yards in NFL history. Brady is second. Brady has the most passing touchdowns in NFL history, Brees is second. Brees is first in completed passes, Brady is second. Brady is first in career wins, Brees ranks fourth. You get the picture. Brady will go down as the best ever thanks to six Superbowl wins, but Brees is certainly in the discussion when ranking those after him.
It makes games between them worth watching, even as both men edge towards the end of their careers. Brady is 43, Brees is 41. Neither is anything close to the calibre of player they were in their prime from a physical standpoint, but their game intelligence, leadership and ability to accurately deliver the football to their receivers under pressure still enables them to win games. The Bucs are 6-2, the Saints are 5-2. Both teams look playoff bound so it’s really just a matter of which team makes it as NFC South winners and which team takes the wildcard route. The Saints beat the Bucs 34-23 in New Orleans on the opening day of the season, in Brady’s first game for Tampa but the Bucs have only played 3 homes games so far, this will be the fourth, and they will fancy that home heavy schedule down the back half of the season to carry them to a the division title.
Brees and Brady have shared the field only seven times before, once in college and six times in the NFL. Brady came out on top in the college meeting as his Michigan Wolverines trumped the Purdue Boilermakers 38-12. Brees holds a 4-2 lead in their NFL meetings after his early season win, and with Brady being the ultimate competitor he will not want to lose this game, knowing that barring a playoff meeting between the two teams he only has this game plus two next season in which he can overhaul Brees and lead the career head-to-head. Maybe even less if Brees decides to retire after this season, as has been suggested by some.
This game is worth watching just for those two alone, but both sides have juggernaut offences and there should be plenty of scoring.
And that’s that. That is the weekend of sport available to you this weekend. Turn on your Liberty Shield VPN to avoid any blocks on your streaming service, relax and enjoy yourself. No VPN? No problem. Click here, pick your preferred option and then use my code EPLVPN to get 20% off at check-out.
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