Enjoy a taste of BT Sport this weekend. Feast your eyes on a whole range of great sport headlined by Arsenal’s trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.
BT Sport is opening up to non-subscribers, including those with Sky, during the weekend of October 26th and 27th, from 6pm on Friday to 6am on Monday.
This means Freeview, BT, Sky and Virgin customers will be able watch live rugby from the Aviva Premiership, including Bath v Gloucester, Northampton v Saracens and Wasps v Leicester, plus the Barclays Premier League Saturday lunchtime clash between Crystal Palace and Arsenal.
How can I watch?
Sky Digital Satellite Platform :
- BT Sport 1 on Sky Guide Channel 413
- BT Sport 2 on Sky Guide Channel 414
- ESPN on Sky Guide Channel 417
What’s coming up over the Free Access Weekend?
- Crystal Palace v Arsenal, Saturday 11.30am on BT Sport 1
- 3 live Aviva Premiership Rugby matches; Bath v Gloucester (Fri, 7pm), Northampton v Saracens (Sat, 3pm) and Wasps v Leicester (Sun, 1pm) all on BT Sport 1
- UFC live from Manchester headlined by Machida v Munoz (Sat, 7.30pm on BT Sport 2)
- Action from the Scottish Premiership, Ross County v Inverness CT (Fri, 7.15pm on BT Sport 2)
- 2 matches from the French Ligue 1 featuring big spending PSG and Monaco
- WTA Tennis from TEB BNP Paribas, including the semi-final and final (BT Sport 2)
- MLB World Series Game 3 & 4
- Action from the Serie A featuring Napoli, AC Milan and Inter Milan
- 3 matches from the Bundesliga
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