Sport on TV TODAY: What sporting events can I watch on Friday, and which channels are showing them live?


THE world of sport has all-but been closed down as organisations look to prevent a further spread of coronavirus.

With the killer bug sweeping across the globe, many sports have ceased for at least a fortnight – with many fearing it could be for much longer.

Read our Coronavirus in Sport live blog for the latest news, updates and cancellations

Sports stadiums across the globe are looking deserted this weekend with many events suspended including the Premier League

Premier League and EFL are among those in the UK, while rugby union’s Six Nations and the Formula One season have been put on hold.

But there are still some going ahead, and with many having to self-isolate or stay at home, here is what you can watch on telly today…

What sport is on TV today?

Friday, March 20

  • Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne City (A-League, BT Sport 1 at 6.30am)
  • Brisbane Roar vs Newcastle Jets (A-League, BT Sport 1 at 8.30am)
  • Western Bulldogs vs Collingwood (Aussie Rules, BT Sport ESPN at 8.30am)
  • Brisbane Broncos vs South Sydney Rabbitohs (Australian Rugby League, Sky Sports Arena at 9.05am)

How to watch on these TV channels and can I live stream them?

Premier Sports is available for £9.99 for Sky and Virgin Media customers to add to their TV bundles.

Alternatively, you can also live stream it via the Premier Player for £9.99 a month.

Freesports is available on many TV providers including Virgin, Sky, Freeview and more.

Sky Sports and BT Sport are both available as packages to add to your current bundles with Sky, Virgin Media and BT TV.

Sky Sports customers can live stream these channels via the Sky Sports app.

Otherwise, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass with NowTV for £9.99.

BT Sport subscribers can live stream this via the BT Sport app.

Alternatively, EE phone customers can watch all the action with a FREE three-month trial – just simply text SPORT to 150.

Eurosport is available to add to Virgin Media and Sky bundles – or you can live stream it via the Eurosport Player for as little as £4.99 a month.

Racing TV can be watched on several TV providers including Sky, BT, Freeview, Virgin Media and TalkTalk, with deals ranging from £10 a day to £24.98 a month.