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Top 4 must-watch weekend sporting events

2018-09-07 16:04

Cape Town - It's the weekend!

But the sporting world never sleeps, so hang on tight and be sure to watch these FOUR events!

1. BMW Championship

The Top 70 of the best golfers on this year's PGA Tour converge at Aronimink Golf Course for the BMW Championship.

The best-of-the-best will be looking to make the Top 30 to ensure a place in the FedEx Cup's finale - the Tour Championship.

Will Bryson DeChambeau continue his top spot on the standings and will we continue to see the rise of former world No 1 Tiger Woods?

And how will SA's sole golfer Louis Oosthuizen fare in Philadelphia?

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2. US Open

We're into the last few days of this year's final Grand Slam.

The much-anticipated women's title sees six-time US Open champion Serena Williams take on Japanese trail blazer Naomi Osaka on Saturday (22:00 SA time).

While over for the men's, Rafael Nadal is favourite to defend his title but the fiery return of Novak Djokovic will be on the world No 1's tail.

It's a must-watch this weekend!

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3. Bafana Bafana v Libya

A victory against Libya on Saturday will be of great advantage to Bafana Bafana and their chances of qualifying for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).

Can Stuart Baxter and his charges get the win and secure maximum points?

Kick-off at Moses Mabhida Stadium is at 15:00.

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4. Wallabies v Springboks

The Boks are in Brisbane as they kick-off their Australasian leg of the Rugby Championship.

Siya Kolisi and his men look to get back to winning ways as they take on the Wallabies.

Kick-off at Suncorp Stadium is at 12:00 SA time.

Earlier on Saturday, the All Blacks host the Los Pumas in their encounter (09:35 SA time).

Don't leave your television sets this weekend!

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Notable mentions include England v India - 5th Test (12:00), PRO14, Currie Cup and MotoGP San Marino.

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