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This Week On Sky Sport


This Week On Sky Sport

This Week On Sky Sport


After an incredible result for Israel Adesanya and Brad Riddell in UFC253 our combat sports coverage continues. Check out King In The Ring this Friday (@stylebender got his start here on his way to UFC stardom!). We’ll bring this strictly social distanced event to you live Friday 2 October, from 7.30pm, on Sky Sport 2 and streaming on Sky Sport Now.  And if you need any more MMA action we also have Bellator 247 and UFC Fight Night (ESPN / Sky Sport Now) … with a big match up of Holm v Aldana which could decide the next title match-up in the Women’s Bantamweight division.
Other highlights in the week to come include the Mitre 10 Cup, The Farah Palmer Cup, the White Ferns, Roland-Garros, IPL, MotoGP, Superbikes, the Giro d’Italia, NBA finals continue (Lakers v Heat) and then there is a slew of other US sport (MLB, NFL, MLS…)  We are also into the pointy end of the NRL and the season is about to kick off for the NRLW with the Warriors women taking the field on October 3, 5.45pm NZ time, Sky Sport 8.

With EVEN more for women in Sport, we’re also excited to bring you the women’s rugby league National Premiership Competition and kicking off Oct 3 with Women's Canterbury Bulls V Women's Stingrays, Sky Sport 4, 2pm.

Focus on Football
We have a pretty impressive line-up of some fantastic football in the coming weeks including UEFA, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, EFL, Carabao Cup – but pointing out the specific matches below for your information:
Friday 9 October, 7.50am, SS7: International Friendly, England v Wales
Friday 9 October, 1.05pm, SS7: FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Argentina v Ecuador
Saturday 10 October, 1.25 pm, SS7: FIFA World Cup Qualifier, Brazil v Bolivia
Sunday 11 Oct, 7.35pm, SS7: UEFA Nations League, Spain v Switzerland
Monday 12 October, 4.50am, SS7: UEFA Nations League, England v Belgium
Monday 12 October, 4.50am, Sky Sport Pop Up 1: UEFA Nations League, Croatia v Sweden
Monday 12 October, 7.35am, SS7: UEFA Nations League, France v Portugal
Offshore Rrugby and other rugby
We’re gearing up for a fantastic Bledisloe Cup series with Game 1, October 11, kick off 4pm, Sky Stadium. 
In the meantime, there’s plenty to whet your whistle with the Shute Shield, Gallagher Premiership and Top 14. 
Meanwhile in rugby news, this week on the Breakdown (Tues, Sky Sport 1, 8.30pm) we bring you Kirstie Stanway who heads down to Otago after they grabbed the Log ‘O’ Wood off Taranaki. Sir Michael Jones zooms in to discuss the upcoming U21 tournament in Auckland and Joey Wheeler catches up with the evergreen Jason Rutledge.
We also feature the inimitable Sean Fitzpatrick on Sky Sport Presents the Pod, Thursday, Sky Sport Select, Ch 50, 8.00pm.
Super local rugby
We are very excited to be supporting and broadcasting a new Auckland regional rugby competition to showcase U21 Pasifika players. Four teams will take part in the Super Club Rugby U21s Championship, representing different parts of Auckland: the West Rangers, Central Kings, East Toa Moana and Southside Rising. Teams will be filled by players selected from Auckland rugby clubs based in each region.  Double header matches will take place on the 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th of October.  

For something completely different…
Check out our new series on Prime, This Could Go Anywhere featuring acclaimed cricketers Phil Tufnell and Brendon McCullum. Wednesdays from 30 September, 9.30pm.

In late 2019, English cricket legend and celebrity Phil Tufnell decided it was time to return to New Zealand and experience all that he missed of this beautiful country while touring in the 1990s. But he needed a tour guide, and all his mates insisted there was only one man for that job – and New Zealand cricket legend Brendon McCullum was up for it. 
Over three weeks, these two lads embarked on the road trip of a lifetime, playing the best golf courses in New Zealand and enjoying all that the regions have to offer. In this six-part series, they taste our famous cuisine, meet friendly locals, try out some extreme activities, and embrace the majestic countryside. The series couldn’t be more apt considering it’s tricky going anywhere else. Starts Wed, 30 Sep.