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SuperSport's Big Weekend


October 25-27 – an awesome weekend of sport!

Every so often some of the world's biggest sporting events all happen over one big weekend. This is like Christmas for sports fans, it's their greatest dream come true; the most epic local and international action broadcast over 48 hours live on SuperSport.

We call it The SuperSport Big Weekend – a weekend jam-packed with unmissable sporting action from around the world.

Here’s our pick of the highlight events over this Big Weekend.

RUGBY

  • Absa Currie Cup final *****
FOOTBALL
  • Absa Premiership: Kaizer Chiefs v Orlando Pirates *****
  • La Liga: Barcelona vs Real Madrid *****
  • Bundesliga: Schalke vs Dortmund
  • FIFA under-17 World Cup
CRICKET
  • Pakistan v South Africa 2nd Test
  • India v Australia ODI
  • Momentum 1 Day Cup
GOLF
  • EuroPGA – BMW Masters
MOTORSPORT
  • MotoGP - Grand Prix of Japan
  • F1 – India Grand Prix
TENNIS
  • ATP 500 Swiss Indoors

Go to the TV guide for this weekend’s complete schedule and broadcast times.

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