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The weekend is finally here so let’s take a look at what’s in store for Saturday..... 

US Football

In the early hours we have Connecticut at South Florida at 01:00 on BT Sport 1. 

Disprove is on her way to Ayr as Hugo Palmer seeks his third Group Three success in the space of a month. The filly already has black type to her name after a third at Baden-Baden and she goes in search of more tomorrow.

It is safe to say that Alan Pardew is the most unpopular man on Tyneside.

Super League play offs kicked off last night, eight teams have three weeks to fight for a place at Wembley in the Grand Final.

This Saturday brings the next wave of Premier League football, we cannot wait! 

Five fantastic games are kicking off today with ten teams all batting to climb the prestigious leader board. 

Longest Football Suspensions EVER…

Remember Bastia striker Brandao headbutt Paris St Germain’s Thiago Motta? Of course you do, it was only last month! We’ll news broke that Brandao has been handed a 6 month ban for the incident on August 16th. A video emerged shortly after the clash which showed Brandao headbutt Motta, which left him with a broken nose.

The Singapore Grand Prix is one the toughest races of the season. Taking place at night for two hours, the drivers have to manoeuvre the bumpy street circuit with a total of 23 corners. Today the first two practices take place with the third on Saturday.

Woop! It’s the start of weekend, and we can’t wait to kick back relax and watch a load of sports.

Football

Gap Connahs Quay v Rhyl FC at 19:30

SC Freiburg v Hertha Berlin on ESPN at 19:30

Partick Thistle v St Mirren on BT Sport 1 at 19:45

Elche v Eibar on Sky Sports 5 at 20:00

Exactly a year today we’ll be seeing England line up against Fiji in their opening game for the World Cup and to mark the ‘1 year to go,’ it’s been reported that Prince Harry has been appointed as an honorary president of England Rugby 2015. 

Former Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has signed for a new club.

That’s right, the Brazilian legend who tore Europe apart for a few years was on the lookout for a new club after agreeing to mutually terminate his deal with Altetico Mineiro of Brazil.

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