Friday, July 19, 2024

Sky Sports Today: TV Guide, Listings, and How to Watch on Sky Sports App and NOW

Upcoming Live Sports Coverage on Sky Sports – July 4th and 5th

On Thursday, golf enthusiasts are in for a treat as Sky Sports has a lineup of exciting events to keep them glued to their screens.

The BMW International Open kicks off the action with German legend Bernhard Langer making his 513th and final DP World Tour start in the tournament. Favorites such as Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters, and Ryan Fox will also be taking part. Viewers can catch the coverage live from 11.30am on Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports Main Event.

Meanwhile, the Aramco Team Series tournament continues at London’s Centurion Club, featuring second-round action in both the team and individual events. Ireland’s Leona Maguire is currently leading the latter after the first round. Live coverage on Sky Sports Mix starts at 3.30pm.

For fans of the PGA Tour, the John Deere Classic is the event to watch this week. Defending champion Sepp Straka from Austria will be competing, and fans can catch the action live on Sky Sports Golf and Main Event from 5pm.

Additionally, the build-up to the British Grand Prix will be in full swing on Sky F1, with the drivers’ press conference airing live at 1.30pm and a preview show at 6pm.

For those interested in racing, International Raceday Live on Sky Sports Racing will feature action from Hong Kong and France, as well as greyhound racing, starting from 10.45am. Raceday Live at 2pm will focus on the afternoon Flat meetings at Newbury and Yarmouth.

With Sky Sports offering a wide range of sports content including football, F1, golf, cricket, tennis, darts, netball, and more, fans can upgrade to Sky Sports or watch all the action with a NOW pass.

Stay tuned to Sky Sports for these exciting events and more over the coming days!

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