Sports lovers on GOtv can look forward to a greater variety of sporting action from their favourite football, WWE, NBA teams this season. Premier League, La Liga and Serie A matches are scheduled to run from Friday 17 to Monday 20 December 2021 while WWE and NBA fans can catch the action live in the ring and on the courts from Thursday 16 to Thursday 23 of December 2021.
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In football, the top pick from this round of Premier League action is the meeting of Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool in North London on the evening of Sunday 19 December at 5:30pm on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31) on GOtv Max and GOtv Supa. Tottenham is still finding their identity and a new way of playing under Manager, Antonio Conte, while Liverpool is very much the finished product under Jurgen Klopp and looking to keep up their drive for the title.
The round opens on Saturday 18 December, with Manchester United hosting Brighton and Hove Albion. Watch as the Red Devils try to make progress under interim Manager, Ralf Rangnick at 1:30pm on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31).
This set of Serie A fixtures is headlined by the meeting of AC Milan and Napoli at the San Siro Stadium on the evening of Sunday 19 December at 8:45pm on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31). This match is very much a six-pointer in Italy’s title race this season, with both the Rossoneri and the Neapolitans establishing themselves as top contenders to take the Scudetto honours for 2021-22.
Another fascinating clash will take place in Bergamo on Saturday, 18 December, as the attack-minded Atalanta take on Jose Mourinho’s Roma at 3pm on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31).
The weekend’s action in Italy also sees Lazio face Genoa in Roma on Friday at 6:30pm on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31) and SuperSport Select 1 (GOtv Channel 33) on GOtv Max and Supa. Internazionale will be away to Salernitana later the same night at 8:45pm; and the clash between Fiorentina and Sassuolo at 12:30pm on Sunday could be a thriller between two stylish teams that err very much on the attacking side of the scale. Both matches will be shown on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31).
On Saturday 18 December, the Boston Celtics will welcome the Golden State Warriors to the TD Gardens in Massachusetts at 1:45am to start the NBA Regular Season games live on ESPN (GOtv Channel 37) on GOtv Max and GOtv Supa. Being one of the top teams on the show, they will need to match the standards by their rivals the Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns.
The final live NBA game this week promises to be a thriller between the Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Lakers as they battle on the courts at 9:30pm on Sunday 19 December. All eyes will be on LeBron James who is a major boost to the team after enduring a difficult season. Follow the action Live on ESPN (GOtv Channel 37) on GOtv Max.
From the basketball court to the wrestling ring, we start the week with Episode 1165 of WWE SmackDown showing on Saturday 18 December at 2am on WWE (GOtv Channel 36) on GOtv Supa. Los Lotharios have promised to make a major impact in the Tag Team division following a recent run of impressive form.
On Tuesday 21 December at 2am, the SmackDown Tag Team champions will see a lot of action as Miz has singled out the ‘Rated R Superstar’ Edge as his next major opponent and will be coming for him in Episode 1491 of WWE Raw showing on WWE (GOtv Channel 36) on GOtv Supa.