Your guide to a huge weekend of sport and how to watch it all 6 months ago

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

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A massive weekend of sport.

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There is some top-quality sporting action on over the weekend, from the Premier League to the Heineken Champions Cup, GAA and the NBA.

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

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Thursday, May 12th.

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The weekend starts early with one of the biggest Premier League games of the season. Tottenham Hotspur host Arsenal in the north London derby with a place in next season's Champions League on the line.

If Spurs win the game, it will reduce the gap between the pair to a point with two games remaining. However, if the Gunners win, they will confirm their place in the top four.

You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership, with kick-off at 7:45 pm.

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Friday, May 13th.

In the early hours of Friday morning, eyes turn to the NBA playoffs, with the Philadelphia 76ers playing Miami Heat in game six of the series. The action gets underway at midnight and you can stream the action with a NOW Sports Membership.

On Friday evening, the Championship play-offs begin in the Championship as Luton Town face Huddersfield Town at Kenilworth Road as both sides seek to earn promotion to the Premier League. The first leg gets underway at Kenilworth Road at 7:45 pm.

You can stream the action with a NOW Sports Membership.

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Saturday, May 14th.

Saturday's sporting action starts in the Scottish Premiership as Celtic host Motherwell in the final game of the season. Ange Postecoglou's side have been crowned champions and will lift the trophy in front of their home support.

You can stream the action with a NOW Sports Membership, kick-off is at 12:15 pm.

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All eyes then turn to the Aviva Stadium as the Heineken Challenge Cup semi-final sees Leinster play Toulouse in a massive game.

If Leo Cullen's side beat the five-time winners of the competition, they will book their place in the final in Marseille. You can stream the game with a Now Sports Extra Membership, with kick-off at 3 pm.

Meanwhile, the other half of the Championship play-off semi-final takes place at Brammel Lane as Sheffield United host Nottingham Forest, with kick-off at 3:00 pm. You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership.

Later that evening, Kilkenny head to Parnell Park to take on Dublin in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship. 'The Cats' will be aiming to bounce back from their loss to Henry Shefflin's Galway two weeks ago, while 'The Boys in Blue' have won all three of their games in the Championship so far.

You can stream the action with a NOW Sports Membership.

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Sunday, May 15th.

Sunday's action gets underway with a tripleheader in the Premier League as Tottenham Hotspur face Burnley in London (kick-off at 12 pm).

Spurs are chasing the final Champions League spot while Burnley are battling against relegation. You can watch the game with a Now Sports Extra Membership.

The second part of Premier League action sees West Ham host Manchester City at the London Stadium (kick-off at 2 pm).

A win for Pep Guardiola's side will see them move a step closer to winning a fourth Premier League title in the last five years. You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership.

Waterford play Cork this weekend in the latest round of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship (throw-in at 2:00 pm).

Cork have had a turbulent season thus far whilst Waterford are showing signs of promise. You can stream the action with a Now Sports Extra Membership.

Heineken Challenge Cup semi-final action resumes as Racing 92 play host to La Rochelle in an all-French affair (kick-off at 3 pm). Racing face last season's beaten finalists in Lens.

Ronan O'Gara's La Rochelle beat Top-14 leaders Montpellier last Saturday and both sides come into the semi-final in good form. You can stream the Heineken Champions Cup game with a Now Sports Extra Membership.

The second part of the Munster Senior Hurling Championship takes centre stage as Clare face Limerick. The pair are the only two undefeated sides left in Munster as they both aim to reach the All-Ireland Series courtesy of a top-three finish. You can stream the match with a Now Sports Extra Membership. The throw-in is at 4 pm.

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The final part of Sunday's Premier League action is Everton against Brentford at Goodison Park (kick-off at 4:30 pm).

The Toffees can take another step away from the Premier League relegation zone against Thomas Frank's side. You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership.

Monday, May 16th.

The weekend's Premier League action wraps up on Monday Night Football as Newcastle United host Arsenal at St. James Park (kick-off at 8 pm).

You can stream the match with a NOW Sports Membership.

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