Your guide to a huge weekend of sport and how to watch it all 1 month ago

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

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A massive weekend of sport.


There is some incredible sport on TV over the weekend, from the Premier League to the PGA Championship, Formula 1 and GAA.

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

Thursday, May 19.


The weekend's sporting action starts early with the PGA Championship, golf's second major of the year. World number one Scottie Scheffler, who won the Masters in April, will be among the favourites to win the title, with Spanish golfer Jon Rahm also expected to be in contention.

Rory McIlroy, however, cannot be overlooked given his incredible performance on the final day of the Masters in April. There will also be a strong Irish interest, with Seamus Power and Shane Lowry among those who could have an outside chance of winning the tournament. Tiger Woods will also be in action.


You can stream the weekend's coverage from Southern Hills Country Club in Oklahoma with a NOW Sports Membership. The coverage on Thursday begins at 1 pm Irish time.

Meanwhile, in the Premier League, Aston Villa play Burnley in a crucial game for the Clarets as they seek to avoid relegation. You can stream the game with a NOW Sports Membership.

Friday, May 20.


The PGA Championship continues on Friday, with the action starting at 1 pm Irish time. You can stream Day 2 from Oklahoma with a NOW Sports Membership.

The Spanish Grand Prix, the sixth race of the 2022 Formula 1 season, also gets underway on Friday.

In the last F1 race of the season two weeks ago, the Miami Grand Prix, Red Bull's Max Verstappen finished on top of the podium. The defending world champion narrowed Ferrari's Charles LeClerc's lead to 21 points, and the race between the pair in Barcelona this weekend is expected to be keenly contested.

You can stream the Spanish Grand Prix across the weekend with a NOW Sports Membership, with the practice session starting on Friday at 12:30 pm.


Saturday, May 21.

It will be moving day at the PGA Championship on Saturday and you can watch it all unfold with a NOW Sports Membership. Coverage begins at 2 pm Irish time.

Meanwhile, at the Spanish Grand Prix, the qualifying session takes place. You can stream the action from Barcelona with a NOW Sports Membership, with qualifying getting underway at 2:25 pm.

In GAA, the Kilkenny play Wexford in a huge game in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, as both teams fight out for a place in the All-Ireland series.

You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership, with coverage starting at 5:30 pm ahead of throw-in at 6 pm.

Sunday, May 22.

Sunday will potentially be one of the busiest and most exciting sporting weekends of the year.

First up, the Spanish Grand Prix takes place in Barcelona. You can stream the race, which gets underway at 1:55 pm, with a NOW Sports Membership.

The final day's play from the PGA Championship also takes place on Sunday, with coverage beginning at 2 pm. You can watch it with a NOW Sports Membership.

The Premier League season reaches its conclusion on Sunday, with every team in action. Manchester City face Aston Villa and if Pep Guardiola's team win, they will be crowned champions.

Liverpool, meanwhile, host Wolverhampton Wanderers at Anfield. If the Reds win, and Man City fail to beat Villa, Jurgen Klopp's team will win the Premier League. You can stream both matches with a NOW Sports Membership.

Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur just need to draw away to already-relegated Norwich City to qualify for the Champions League. Arsenal must beat Everton and hope that Norwich do them a favour against Spurs or Mikel Arteta's team will play in the Europa League next season. The final relegation place will also be decided.

You will be able to watch Sunday's Premier League action with a NOW Sports Membership and a NOW Sports Extra Membership.

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