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Top 4 must-watch weekend sporting events

2018-02-02 19:31

Cape Town - It's the weekend!

But the sporting world never sleeps, so hang on tight and be sure to watch these FOUR events (in no particular order)!

1. Absa Premiership

On Saturday, Eric Tinkler's SuperSport United take on Bloemfontein Celtic (15:30), a determined Bidvest Wits need to topple Kaizer Chiefs (18:00), while Orlando Pirates host an in-form Maritzburg United (20:15). 

Then we end off this weekend's Absa Premiership encounters with Chippa United battling Platinum Stars (15:30) and Polokwane City hosting Ajax Cape Town (15:30)

It's all going down this weekend!

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2. World Rugby Sevens Series

We're in Hamilton!

The Blitzboks are the defending New Zealand sevens champions and will be looking to dominate the fourth leg after missing out last week in Australia.

The Cup final kicks-off on Sunday at 09:03 (SA time) with the Blitzboks hopefully featuring and on top!

Click here for the latest Sevens news

3. English Premiership

The transfer window is closed and this weekend we'll hopefully see some of the clubs latest signings!

We start off with Burnley taking on log leaders Manchester City (14:30 SA time), Manchester United hosting Huddersfield Town (17:00 SA time), while Arsenal tackle Everton (19:30 SA time).

On Sunday, we're treated with Crystal Palace take on Newcastle United (16:15 SA time) and then the match of the weekend, which seesthe battle for Champions League places takes centre stage as Liverpool host Tottenham Hotspur (18:30 SA time).

Click for all the latest English Premiership news, fixtures, results, logs and much more!

4. Proteas v India, 2nd ODI

We're at Centurion for the second of six ODIs.

The Proteas did not get their one-day series off to the best start at Kingsmead and will be looking to bounce back at SuperSport Park.

Play on Sunday starts at 10:00.

Click for the latest Proteas news

Notable mentions include the Six Nations, SA v Israel Davis Cup tie (Saturday, 11:00), Australia vs New Zealand 1st T20 (Saturday, 10:20 SA time) and Big Bash T20 Final between Adelaide Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes (Sunday, 07:30 SA time)

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