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Festive Sport TV Guide

Whether you call it Boxing Day or St. Stephen’s Day, 26th December kicks off one of the busiest periods of the sporting calendar.

The King George VI Chase, racing from Leopardstown, Premier League action, the PDC World Championship and UFC 207 all take centre-stage at the most wonderful time for the year for sports fans.

Here’s the TV highlights for when you get sick of watching Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory yet again.

26th December
Watford v Crystal Palace – 12.30pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)
RTE Racing from Leopardstown – 12.50pm (RTE 2)
Channel 4 Racing – 1.15pm (Channel 4)
Hull City v Manchester City – 5.15pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)
Munster v Leinster – 5.30pm kick-off (TG4/Sky Sports 2)
Newcastle United v Sheffield Wednesday – 7.45pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)

27th December
Brighton & Hove Albion v QPR – 12.30pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)
RTE Racing from Leopardstown – 1.00pm (RTE 2)
Channel 4 Racing – 1.15pm (Channel 4)
Derby County v Birmingham City – 3.00pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)
Liverpool v Stoke City – 5.15pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)
World Darts Championship – 8.00pm (Sky Sports 1)

28th December
RTE Racing from Leopardstown – 1.00pm (RTE 2)
World Darts Championship – 1.00pm & 7.00pm (Sky Sports 3)
Southampton v Totttenham – 7.45pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)

29th December
RTE Racing from Leopardstown – 1.00pm (RTE 2)
World Darts Championship – 1.00pm & 7.00pm (Sky Sports 3)
Aston Villa v Leeds United – 7.45pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)

30th December
World Darts Championship – 1.00pm & 7.00pm (Sky Sports 3)
Hull City v Everton – 8.00pm kick-off (Sky Sports 1)

31st December
UFC 207: Amanda Nunes v Ronda Rousey – coverage starts at 3.00am (BT Sport 1)
Rangers v Celtic – 12.15pm kick-off (Sky Sports 2)
Leinster v Ulster – 3.oopm kick-off – Sky Sports 2
Brentford v Norwich City – 5.30pm kick-off (Sky Sports 2)
Liverpool v Manchester City – 8.00pm kick-off (BT Sport 1)

1st January
Watford v Tottenham – 1.30pm (Sky Sports 1)
Arsenal v Crystal Palace – 4.00pm (Sky Sports 1)
World Darts Championship – 7.00pm (Sky Sports 1)




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