Your guide to a packed weekend of sport and how to watch it all 2 months ago

Your guide to a packed weekend of sport and how to watch it all

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There's another great weekend of sport coming up.

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There is some brilliant sport on over the weekend, from the GAA Championship to the UEFA Nations League, the NBA Finals and the United Rugby Championship.

And here is how to watch it with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.

NOW TV guide

Friday, June 3.

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The NBA Finals begin in the early hours of Friday morning. The Golden State Warriors host the Boston Celtics in Game One of the series.

Golden State reached five NBA Finals in a row between 2014 and 2019 and won three Championships. After some lean years, the Warriors are back in the Finals and led once again by Steph Curry. The Boston Celtics, meanwhile, are in their first NBA Finals since 2010 and are aiming to win their first Championship since 2009.

Game One gets underway at 2 am Irish time and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Membership.

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On Friday evening, the focus switches to rugby and the quarter-finals of the United Rugby Championship between Ulster and Munster at Kingspan Stadium.

The inter-provincial clash gets underway at 7:35 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Saturday, June 4.

On Saturday, the Republic of Ireland begin their Uefa Nations League campaign with a match away to Armenia, the first of four games in 10 days for Stephen Kenny's side.

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Ireland have yet to win a game in the tournament but will have a chance to change that against the team ranked 92nd in the world.

You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Extra Membership, kick-off is at 2 pm.

Next up, Leinster host Glasgow Warriors in the quarter-finals of the United Rugby Championship.

The Irish province will be aiming to bounce back with a win after their heartbreaking defeat to La Rochelle in the Heineken Champions Cup final last weekend.

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The game kicks off at 3:15 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Mayo play Monaghan in Castlebar on Saturday in a qualifier for All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

When the two teams met in the Allianz League earlier this year, Mayo won by two points and it should be another tight battle this weekend.

The match throws in at 4 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Membership.

Saturday's action wraps up with a heavyweight football clash between Italy and Germany in the Uefa Nations League.

Kick-off is at 7:45 pm and you can stream it live with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Sunday, June 5.

On Sunday, there is a GAA doubleheader.

First up, Armagh face reigning All-Ireland champions Tyrone in an all-Ulster qualifier for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Armagh recorded a 2-14 0-14 win over Tyrone the last time the two teams met in the Allianz League back in February. The All-Ireland holders cannot afford a similar result on Sunday or their title defence will end prematurely.

The match throws in at 1:30 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Membership.

The focus then switches to hurling and the Munster Senior Hurling Championship final between Limerick and Clare.

Limerick are the reigning All-Ireland champions, but they could be without talisman Cian Lynch, who has been nursing an injury in recent weeks.

Throw in at Semple Stadium in Thurles is at 4 pm, and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Stream the biggest sporting moments with NOW including all the action from the GAA Championship, the Uefa Nations League, the United Rugby Championship and the NBA Finals.