What Time & What Channel? – A Full List Of All This Weekend’s Televised Rugby
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That’s the weekend sorted.
There’s no Six Nations action to look forward to that weekend, but there’s plenty of domestic action televised to keep you ticking over.
Super Rugby returns this weekend with two games live on Sky Sports as last year’s finalists the Lions host the Sharks and the Stormers entertain Los Jaguares. Up first though we’ve got some PRO14 and Premiership action to look forward to tonight.
Both Connacht and Ulster are in action at home this evening, taking on Zebre and Edinburgh respectively. There’s also a cracking Premiership game on BT Sport, with Sale hosting European champions Saracens.
Tomorrow sees both Leinster and Munster in action live on Sky Sports. The will be taking on Scarlets and Cardiff Blue respectively. We’ve also got a repeat of last year’s Premiership final hitting our screens on Sunday, as Wasps host champions Exeter at the Ricoh.
Ospreys vs Kings, 7.35pm, BBC 2 Wales
Connacht vs Zebre, 7.35pm, TG4
Glasgow vs Cheetahs, 7.35pm, BBC Alba
Ulster vs Edinburgh, 7.35pm, BBC 2 NI
Sale vs Saracens, 7.45pm, BT Sport 1
Stormers vs Jaguares, 1.05pm, SS Action
Leicester vs Harlequins, 3.00pm, BT Sport 1
Leinster vs Scarlets, 3.15pm, SS Action
Lions vs Sharks, 3.15pm, SS Mix
Cardiff vs Munster, 5.30pm, SS Action/S4C
Lyon vs Clermont, 7.45pm, SS Action
Wasps vs Exeter, 3.00pm, BT Sport 1
Dragons vs Treviso, 3.30pm, S4C
Racing 91 vs La Rochelle, 3.50pm, SS Action