Your guide to a superb weekend of sport and how to stream it all 1 year ago

Your guide to a superb weekend of sport and how to stream it all

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There is another top-class weekend of sport coming up.


There is some excellent sport on over the weekend, from the Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix to UFC 277 and the return of football in England and Scotland.

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

Friday, July 29.


The F1 Hungarian Grand Prix from Hungaroring takes place across the weekend, with Friday's practice session beginning at 4 pm.

Esteban Ocon, a driver for Alpine-Renault, won this race last year, but Max Verstappen will be the favourite for this weekend's Grand Prix in Mogyorod.

The Red Bull driver's recent form has been incredible. Verstappen won the last two races of the season, in France and Austria respectively.

You can stream all of this weekend's F1 with a NOW Sports Membership.


Saturday, July 30.

On Saturday, you can stream the qualifying session for the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix with a NOW Sports Membership.

Coverage begins at 3 pm. Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton was the fastest in qualifying last year.


UFC 277 takes place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, with Julianna Pena versus Amanda Nunes in the main event for the women's bantamweight title.

The bout is a rematch from UFC 269 last December. Pena beat Nunes via submission in the second round of the fight in one of the biggest upset results in UFC history.

In the co-main event, there is an interim UFC Flyweight Championship bout between Brandon Moreno and Kai Kara-France. The pair previously faced off at UFC 245 in December 2019, a fight Moreno won via unanimous decision.

Coverage of the UFC 277 prelims begins at 1 am on Sunday morning, with the main card starting at 3 am. You can stream UFC 277 with a NOW Sports Extra Membership.


Sunday, July 31.

On Sunday, football in England and Scotland returns. In the Championship, Sunderland face Coventry City as England's second tier gets underway, with kick-off from the Stadium of Light at 12 pm.

Meanwhile, Scottish champions Celtic begin the defence of their title against Aberdeen, with kick-off from Celtic Park at 4:30 pm.

Sunday's sporting action wraps up with the F1 Hungarian Grand Prix. Verstappen comes into the race leading the driver standings for this season.

The Dutch driver, with 233 points and seven wins in the campaign so far, has built up a dominant lead over Ferrari's Leclerc, who is in second place with 170 points.

The Red Bull driver, however, will not show any complacency as he seeks to win a second world title.

If he can record a victory in Hungary on Sunday, Verstappen will be one step closer to winning the drivers' championship for a second consecutive year.

You can stream Sunday's race with a NOW Sports Membership, with coverage beginning at 2 pm.

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