In Brief

Sport on TV this weekend: Women’s World T20 cricket final, Premier League, rugby, F1

England face Australia in women’s cricket and rugby union

England women’s cricket team will go up against Australia in the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 final on Sunday (12am start UK time).

After beating India by eight wickets in the semis, England face an Australia side who progressed to the final after thrashing reigning champions West Indies by 71 runs.

The cricket final is not the only sporting clash between England and Australia this weekend. On Saturday Twickenham Stadium plays host to the rugby union autumn international Test match between the two nations.

This weekend also sees the return of Premier League football after the international break and the final race of the 2018 Formula 1 season, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. All times UK.

Sport on TV this weekend: 23-25 November

Friday 23 November TV guide

The Match: Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson

Sky Sports has confirmed that it will show live coverage of ‘The Match: Tiger vs. Phil’ at 8pm on its golf channel. The broadcaster said in a statement: “Sky Sports will show American broadcaster TNT’s live feed from the event, hosted by MGM Resorts International, with five hours of live coverage beginning from 8pm on Friday on Sky Sports Golf.”

Saturday 24 November TV guide

Sri Lanka vs. England Test cricket

The third Test match continues in Colombo and day two will be live on Sky Sports Cricket from 4am. TalkSPORT 2’s radio coverage also starts at 4am.

Rugby union Test matches
  • 2pm: Italy vs. New Zealand (Stadio Olimpico, Rome; live on Premier Sports
  • 2.30pm: Scotland vs. Argentina (Murrayfield, Edinburgh; live on BBC One
  • 3pm: England vs. Australia (Twickenham, London; live on Sky Sports Action
  • 5.20pm: Wales vs. South Africa (Principality Stadium, Cardiff; live on BBC Two
  • 6.30pm: Ireland vs. USA (Aviva Stadium, Dublin; live on Channel 4
  • 7.45pm: France vs. Fiji (Stade de France, Paris; live on Premier Sports)
Premier League 
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea (5.30pm, live on BT Sport)
F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The third free practice session starts at 10am on Saturday and qualifying begins at 1pm. Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4 will broadcast live from the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

Sunday 25 November TV guide

ICC Women’s World Twenty20 final 

The Australia Women vs. England Women final begins at 12am on Sunday morning and is live on Sky Sports

Sri Lanka vs. England Test cricket

Day three of the third Test match in Colombo will be live on Sky Sports Cricket, coverage begins at 4am. TalkSPORT 2’s radio coverage also starts at 4am.

Premier League 
  • AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal (1.30pm, live on Sky Sports
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Huddersfield Town (4pm, live on Sky Sports)
F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4 will broadcast the race live from Abu Dhabi. The final grand prix of the 2018 F1 season starts at 1.10pm UK time.

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