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UFC 226: Miocic vs Cormier live stream or TV?

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UFC 226 takes place on Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. In the main event of UFC 226, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will challenge heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic for his title. This will be only the third time in UFC history that an active champion will get the chance to challenge for two belts at the same time.

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Astra 28.2E - Cricket Big Bash League on Channel 5

Channel 5, the commercial broadcaster from UK, will cover five Australian Big Bash League live matches including the final match on 28th of january. This Deal with the BT Sport is the return of live criket to UK terrestrial TV for the first time since 2005. The past two seasons of the Australian Big Bash League were covered by Sky Sports.

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BT Sport, which will cover the 2017-2018 Ashes, has the rights for all 35 games but has made a deal with Channel 5, and transfered the a part of the live matches together with final highlights.

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Wimbledon 2018 free TV broadcasters in UK and Germany

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Wimbledon 2018 will be screened by the BBC, for the first time in Ultra HD. BBC1 and BBC2 will broadcast each day with commentators including Andrew Castle and John Inverdale. There will also be insight from tennis legends including John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King, Tracy Austin, Pat Cash, Kim Clijsters and Tim Henman.

Online, all Centre Court matches will be available in Ultra HD on BBC iPlayer, with up to 16 live HD streams also available on BBC Sport online, BBC iPlayer and via the Red Button.

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28.2 E - BBC extends Wimbledon contract through to 2024

The BBC, Bristish FTA broadcaster, has extended its contract with All England Club and will cover Wimbledon through to 2024. This deal means that one of the biggest sporting events in UK remains free to air across TV, online and Radio.

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BBC will cover Wimbledon across its BBC One and BBC Two channels, together with live radio broadcast on BBC Radio 5 and 5 Live Sports Extra.

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