8 Sept: Sri Lanka vs New Zealand at 10:45 on SS2

9 Sept: England vs Australia, 3rd ODI at 15:15 on SS2

11 Sept: India vs New Zealand at 10:45 on SS2

12 Sept: Sri Lanka vs India at 10:45 on SS5;

England vs Australia, 4th ODI at 11:00 on SS2



11 Sept: Boland vs Griquas at 14:50 on SS1;

Lions vs Leopards at 19:00 on SS1

12 Sept: New Zealand vs South Africa at 09:00 on Mnet/SS1;

Cheetahs vs Western Province at 14:50 on Mnet/SS1;

Bulls vs Sharks at 17:00 on Mnet/SS1



9 Sept: Italy vs Bulgaria at 20:35 on SS6;

England vs Croatia at 20:45 on SS3;

Serbia vs France at 20:45 on SS7;

Spain vs Estonia at 21:45 on SS5;

Uruguay vs Columbia at 22:50 on SS6

10 Sept: Paraguay vs Argentina at 0:55 on SS7;

Brazil vs Chile at 01:55 on SS3;

Venezuela vs Peru at 02:45 on SS6

12 Sept: Man City vs Arsenal at 15:30 on SS3;

Liverpool vs Burnley at 15:55 on SS7;

Tottenham vs Man Utd at 18:00 on SS3

13 Sept: Birmingham vs Aston Villa at 12:30 on SS3;

Fulham vs Everton at 17:00 on SS3



Make sure to wake up early on Saturday for the Tri Nations match between the Boks and the All Blacks. The Boks may well go into the match as Tri Nations champs, meaning that the All Blacks will be playing solely for pride. If the Boks can manage their third successive win over New Zealand, it will really rub salt into the wounds. This could prove a harder task than before as the All Blacks have home ground advantage as well as their talisman, Dan Carter, back from injury. Another huge clash is on Mnet at 17:00, when the Bulls host the Sharks in their Currie Cup match. So crack open a Castle and get comfy for a weekend full of rugby.

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