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Weekend Sport on Kwesé

Weekend Sport on Kwesé

16:00 SAST | 12 Apr 2018

English Premier League, NBA Playoffs, Formula 1 and more on Kwesé Sports this weekend.

As the northern hemisphere goes into spring, so the southern hemisphere heads into autumn. In America the arrival of swallows heralds not only the beginning of spring, but the beginning of the NBA Playoffs. Kwesé Sports brings you plenty in the way of NBA Playoff action on Kwesé Sports 1 (buy satellite dish) and on Kwesé Free Sports. The first round of the playoffs tips off this weekend, so be sure to tune in.

Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs (Kwesé Sports 1, 14 April at 21:00 CAT)

Toronto Raptors vs Washington Wizards (Kwesé Free Sports, 14 April at 23:30 CAT)

Boston Celtics vs Milwaukee Bucks (KS1, 15 April at 21:00 CAT)

Cleveland Cavaliers vs Indiana Pacers (KS1, 15 April at 21:00 CAT)

It’s a FIFA World Cup year, a time when fair-weather football fans get excited about the prospect of a global celebration of sport. The FIFA World Cup kicks off 14 June in Russia and Kwesé Free Sports brings you 32 of the 64 games LIVE. If you want the full experience, then get Kwesé TV and watch all 64 games on our LIVE sports channels. This weekend you can get in the mood for Russia 2018 with a bunch of exciting games.

Premier League Match of the Week: Burnley vs Leicester (KFS, 14 April at 16:00 CAT)

EFL Championship: Fulham vs Brentford (KFS, 14 April at 18:30 CAT)

Italian Serie B: Empoli vs Pro Vecelli (KS1, 14 April at 15:00 CAT)

Will electric vehicles one day take over from combustion ones? This is the question which keeps auto executives up at night as they ponder the future of the industry. In the meanwhile, Formula 1 racing has an electric rival – Formula E, electric street-racing through the world’s iconic cities. The good news is that you can catch both on Kwesé Sports.

Formula E: Rome e-Prix Main Race (KFS, 15 April at 16:30 CAT)

Formula 1: Chinese Grand Prix Main Race (KFS, 15 April at 12:00 CAT)

And we have plenty more LIVE sport coming up over the next few days, including WTA Tennis, Aviva Premiership Rugby and Tour of the Alps Cycling. Check out the TV Guide for more details.

The FIFA World Cup starts 14 June. Get Kwesé TV and watch all 64 games LIVE in HD. Plus, revel in the Russian experience from an African perspective, with a dedicated FIFA World Cup channel, world-class stars in studio, magazine shows, highlights, reviews and more. Kwesé Free Sports viewers can enjoy 32 games LIVE, including the semifinals and finals.

 

 

 

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