What Rugby Is On This Weekend & Where Can I Watch It?
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That’s another weekend sorted.
There’s an absolute ton of rugby on television over the weekend, with some absolute crackers to look forward to, including some massive derby games in the Guinness PRO14.
Friday night sees Ulster and Connacht battle it out in the first inter-provincial clash of the season, while 45,000 tickets have already been sold for the heavyweight clash between Leinster and Munster at the Aviva on Saturday.
There’s also a Welsh derby to look forward to on Saturday with struggling Ospreys hosting champions Scarlets, and some Rugby Championship action as the All Blacks take on the Springboks and Australia travel to take on Los Pumas.
Sunday sees two belters televised as Saracens host Wasps at a sold-out Allianz Park and La Rochelle host Racing 92 in the Top 14.
Cheetahs vs Blue Bulls, 6.00pm, SS Arena
Cardiff vs Dragons, 7.35pm, BBC 2 Wales
Ulster vs Connacht, 7.35pm, TG4, BBC 2 NI
Cheetahs vs Glasgow, 7.35, BBC Alba
Harlequins vs Sale, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2
Northland vs Hawkes Bay, 5.05am, SS Action
Southland vs Wellington, 8.35am, SS Action
Stade Francais vs Montpellier, 1.45pm, SS Action
Leinster vs Munster, 2.00pm, SS Arena, TG4
London Irish vs Leicester, 3.00pm, BT Sport 1
South Africa vs New Zealand, 4.05pm, SS Action
Ospreys vs Scarlets, 7.30pm, S4C
Argentina vs Australia, 11.30pm, SS Action
Golden Lions vs W. Province, 1.30pm, SS Action
Saracens vs Wasps, 3.00pm, BT Sport 1
La Rochelle vs Racing 92, 3.50pm, SS Arena