Football clashes in Barcelona and Manchester, Romelu Lukaku’s return to Inter with AS Roma and a great match between Club Brugge and Antwerp. The Rugby World Cup final, the GB in Mexico and the European Darts Championship are sure to be a lot of fun this weekend. At HLN you have a front row seat to everything.
Anyone have a spare pair of eyes? We ask a friend. Next weekend will be a truly super weekend in terms of sport. We look forward to October 28th and 29th not only in football but also in other sports.
The double weekend will kick-off from Saturday afternoon in cyclo-cross country. Thibaut Nice was missing at the Superprestigecross in Ruddervoorde, but he will be at the Maasmechelen World Cup round a day later. Both the men’s matches on Saturday and Sunday will start at 3.10pm.
After the cross, the mother of all Clasicos with Barcelona-Real Madrid will follow at 4.15pm. After ten match days in La Liga, the difference between the two teams is one point. In other words, leadership is at stake. Looking forward to seeing Jude Bellingham again.
Boxing champion Tyson Fury takes on MMA colossus Francis Naginno in Saudi Arabia on Saturday. They meet in a boxing ring. Fury’s WBC world title is not at stake in this fight, but the fight certainly promises to be spectacular.
In the evening, Formula 1 qualifying continues for the Mexican GP, where Max Verstappen will aim for his 16th win of the season. We’ll find out from 9pm on Sunday if he can achieve that feat – most wins in a season – in the race itself.
The Rugby World Cup final between New Zealand and South Africa will be held in Paris on Saturday evening. The All Blacks will perform their haka against the Springboks at 9pm. Both nations have won the World Cup three times each and were the last two World Champions to face each other.
After OHL-Anderlecht (8:45 pm), we can focus on a real Super Sunday, especially in football terms. In the Belgian competition, Club Brugge and Antwerp face each other at 1.30pm. AA Gent and Standard battle it out at 6:30 p.m. In between, Union visits Westerlo (4 p.m.).
Away, struggling Ajax must visit competition leaders PSV (2.30pm). Manchester derby between United and City in England at 3.30 pm. At 6pm in Italy, all eyes will be on Romelu Lukaku, who returns to his former club Inter with AS Roma after his tumultuous exit last summer.
The icing on the cake was the European Darts Championship in Dortmund. Dimitri van den Berg was not in the tournament, having lost in the first round. Follow the European Darts Championship on VTM2, VTMGO and of course HLN!
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