BT Sport will be making BT Sport 1, BT Sport 2 and ESPN open during the weekend of the 26th – 27th October.
The BT Sport weekend runs from 6pm Friday to 6am Monday and any Sky customer will be able watch live rugby from the Aviva Premiership, including Bath v Gloucester, Northampton v Saracens and Wasps v Leicester.
The weekend will also see Crystal Palace take on Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League.
Note this says Sky customer, so you may need still need a Sky subscription, or a Sky card ( such as a free to view card )to watch these channels.
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