Your guide to a big weekend of football and Formula 1 and how to stream it all
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There is another big weekend of sporting action coming up.
There is some great sport on this weekend, with six Premier League games available to stream, including matches involving Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. Meanwhile, Formula 1 returns with one of the most prestigious races on the calendar.
Here is how to stream all of this weekend's sporting action with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.
Friday, August 26.
Formula 1 returns this weekend after a four-week break with the F1 Belgian Grand Prix.
World champion Max Verstappen won the previous race of the season, the Hungarian Grand Prix, to extend his lead at the top of the driver's standings. The Red Bull driver is now 80 points clear of Charles Leclerc in second place and will be the favourite for this weekend's race.
Coverage of the Belgian Grand Prix takes place across the weekend, with the practice sessions on Friday, qualifying on Saturday and the final race on Sunday afternoon. You can stream the weekend's F1 with a NOW Sports Membership.
Saturday, August 27.
The weekend's Premier League round of fixtures begins with Southampton versus Manchester United
Man United started the season in the worst possible fashion, losing their first two games of the season. Erik ten Hag's team, however, experienced an incredible turnaround against Liverpool on Monday night when they beat Jurgen Klopp's side 2-1 at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils will be aiming to build on that positive result and performance against Southampton at St Mary's on Saturday. The Saints have earned four points so far this season and picked up their first win of the campaign against Leicester City last week.
You can stream Man United versus Southampton with a NOW Sports Extra Membership. Kick-off is at 12:30 pm.
Next up, Liverpool face Bournemouth at Anfield.
Klopp's team were expected to, once again, mount a challenge for the Premier League title, but have made an underwhelming start to the season. The Reds recorded draws in their first two games of the campaign, and then followed that up with a surprise defeat away to Man United. They also have injury issues, with 10 first-team players currently on the sidelines.
Liverpool, however, won't get a better opportunity to register their first win of the season than this Saturday. Newly-promoted Bournemouth have conceded seven goals in their last two games, losing 3-0 and 4-0 to Arsenal and Manchester City respectively.
You can stream Liverpool versus Bournemouth with a NOW Sports Extra Membership. Kick-off is at 3 pm.
In the final Premier League game of the day, Arsenal host Fulham.
The Gunners have made a perfect start to the season, scoring nine goals in three impressive victories. Mikel Arteta's side are the only team in the Premier League to win all of their games so far and could extend that record on Saturday in a London derby with Fulham.
You can stream Arsenal versus Fulham with a NOW Sports Membership. Kick-off is at 5:30 pm.
Sunday, August 28.
Wolves take on Newcastle United in the first of Sunday's live Premier League games.
Wolves are still searching for their first win of the campaign, while Newcastle are in good form. The Magpies have earned five points so far this season, and come into Sunday's match after drawing 3-3 with champions Manchester City.
You can stream Wolves versus Newcastle with a NOW Sports Membership. Kick-off is at 2 pm.
In the final Premier League game of the weekend, Nottingham Forest host Tottenham Hotspur.
Both teams come into the game at the City Ground in promising form. Forest have earned four points from three matches so far, while Spurs are currently fourth in the Premier League with seven points from three games.
If Antonio Conte's side are to challenge for the Premier League title, they will need to secure all three points against newly-promoted Forest on Sunday.
You can stream Nottingham Forest versus Tottenham with a NOW Sports Membership. Kick-off is at 4:30 pm.
The F1 Belgian Grand Prix also takes place on Sunday.
Verstappen won the race at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit last year and will be the favourite for this weekend's edition.
The Dutch driver has won eight of the 13 races so far this season and has a commanding lead at the top of the driver's standings as he closes in on retaining the world championship.
Coverage of the F1 Belgian Grand Prix starts at 2 pm on Sunday, and you can stream the race with a NOW Sports Membership.
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