Japan vs Italy

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Japan vs Italy were brushed aside by New Zealand in their second match at the Japan vs Italy World Championship.

After earning a magnificent win over Australia in their opening game, Wales were outclassed by the Baby Blacks, who eased to victory courtesy of five tries, overcoming a brave Welsh effort in the process.

You can recap all the action live below.

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Japan vs Italy: Cai Evans (Ospreys); Joe Goodchild (Dragons), Corey Baldwin (Scarlets), Ioan Nicholas (Scarlets), Ryan Conbeer (Scarlets); Ben Jones (Cardiff Blues), Dane Blacker (Cardiff Blues); Rhys Carre (Cardiff Blues), Iestyn Harris (Cardiff Blues), Rhys Henry (Ospreys), Rhys Davies (Bath Rugby), Max Williams (Dragons), Tommy Reffell (capt, Leicester Tigers), Dan Davis (Scarlets), Taine Basham (Dragons).

Japan: Dewi Lake (Ospreys), Rhys Davies (Scarlets), Will Davies-King (Cardiff Blues), Lewis Ellis-Jones (Scarlets), Lennon Greggains (Dragons), Harri Morgan (Ospreys), Ben Thomas (Cardiff Blues), Dewi Cross (Ospreys).

Italy made a strong start to the defence of their world under-20 rugby championship with a 67-0 humiliation of Japan in France. New Zealand scored 11 tries in Narbonne on Thursday (NZT) as their power and pace were too much for a Japanese team who were returning to the top tier of the championship after winning the second division last year.
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Wales beating Australia in New Zealand’s other pool fixtures might have surprised some – NZ beat Australia 43-28 earlier this month – so the Baby Blacks have that to consider ahead of facing Wales on Monday at 2:30am (NZ time).

That’s all from me this morning. Have a great day.

Lightning vs Capitals Live Stream

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On Friday night, the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning square off for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final. Check below for full TV listings, streaming information and more.

How to watch

Puck Drop: Live

Game 1- Game 7, – Friday, May 11- Thursday, May 24, 2018
In Canada: CBC, Sportsnet, Sportsnet Now (English), TVA Sports (French)
Online: Rogers NHL Live/NHL.tv

Well Washington Capitals fans, it finally happened. Your team has advanced beyond Round 2, beating the Pittsburgh Penguins no less, and will get set to face a tough Tampa Bay Lightning club in Round 3. There are a good few storylines to go around, but since it’s only Game 1, we’ll stick with just a couple to start.

For the Capitals, this will be their first trip to the Eastern Conference Final in the Alex Ovechkin era. That’s a good 12 to 13 years of futility while having the greatest goal scorer in a generation. But no more can be heaped onto their shoulders about never having made it this far.

In keeping on the Washington side, does anyone remember way back when head coach Barry Trotz messed around and started goaltender Philipp Grubauer the first two games against the Columbus Blue Jackets? That seems decades ago. Since those two contests, Braden Holtby has been dynamite in proving his playoff mettle. He was mostly brilliant in six games against the Penguins, allowing 13 goals. Now he has an opportunity to quell the “Washington always chokes” label even further.

Lightning vs. Capitals Game 1:

Date: Friday, May 11

Time: 8:00 p.m., EST

Location: Amalie Arena, Tampa Bay


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The Tampa Bay Lightning come into this series will high hopes probably higher than Washington. After storming through the regular season en route to the top spot in the Eastern Conference, they had no trouble dismantling both the New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins in five games.

The Bolts will be a difficult test in that they offer plenty of forward depth and scoring. Led by Nikita Kucherov, they also have Brayden Point with 10 points, Steven Stamkos with 10, Ondrej Palat with four goals and eight points, and J.T. Miller has seven points in 10 games.

Meanwhile, goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy returned to regular season form in dusting the Devils and B’s. He’s posted a 2.20 goals against average and a .927 save percentage so far. The battle between Vasilevskiy and Holtby is a duel to watch.

Players to watch, Game 1

Capitals: Alex Ovechkin. Who else would we choose for the first game of the series? Through 12 games, he’s put up eight goals and seven assists with a plus-three rating. As mentioned, this will be his first appearance in a Conference Final, so look for Ovi to dial it up even more. Granted, I was critical of Ovechkin before the Pittsburgh series, but this is a much-deserved spot for him to be in. The spotlight won’t be too bright now for Alexander the Great.

Lightning: Brayden Point. At times, Point was a wizard in helping his team eliminate the Bruins in five games. That includes seven points, four of which came in Game 2. If Tampa Bay is to advance to the Stanley Cup again after a three-year absence, it’ll need players like him to continue their excellent play.

For more from the NHL playoffs, make sure to follow FanSided and stay tuned to our NHL hub for all the latest news and results.

Capitals vs Lightning Live Stream

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A night after the second round came to a close, the Eastern Conference Final kicks off at Amalie Arena.

How to watch

Puck Drop: Live

Game 1- Game 7, – Friday, May 11- Thursday, May 24, 2018
In Canada: CBC, Sportsnet, Sportsnet Now (English), TVA Sports (French)
Online: Rogers NHL Live/NHL.tv

The Lightning made quick work of the Boston Bruins in their conference semifinal, dispatching one of the league’s toughest teams in just five games. The series victory gave them a bit of rest as they start what they hope will be the second half of their playoff run.

For the Capitals to punch their ticket, they needed to overcome a team that had had their number for the past 14 years, as the Penguins were the ones to move on in each of previous seven post-season meetings between the two teams.

Alex Ovechkin had had to say “Good luck“ to Sidney Crosby in the handshake line each of the three times he’d matched up against the peer with whom he will be forever linked. Finally, it was Ovechkin’s turn this year to be the one getting the well wishes on continuing his post-season journey, as he and his team hope to ride a first conference final appearance in 20 years to a Stanley Cup victory.

Golden Knights vs Jets Live Stream

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The Winnipeg Jets will try to take advantage of their home ice Saturday against the Vegas Golden Knights, with the sportsbooks giving them the edge on the betting lines.

The Winnipeg Jets are 0-2 over their last two home games since going 13-0 in their previous 13 games at home. The Jets hope to get back into the win column at home this Saturday night when they host the Vegas Golden Knights in the Western Conference final.

Winnipeg is a -140 NHL betting favorite in Saturday’s Game 1 at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Vegas is going off at +120 to steal home ice with a win on the road.

Vegas Golden Knights at Winnipeg Jets

When: Saturday, May 12, 7:00 p.m. ET

Where: Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Betting Line / Total: Winnipeg -140 / 5.5 Goals

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Winnipeg Jets

The biggest question mark for the Jets heading into this postseason was how Connor Hellebuyck would respond to the pressure of the spotlight in the playoffs. Hellebuyck has passed the test so far with flying colors, stopping 36 of the 37 shots he faced in Game 7 against the Nashville Predators to lead Winnipeg to a 5-1 win and to improve to 8-4 this postseason with a 2.25 goals-against average and a .927 save percentage.

With Hellebuyck playing at a high level and the Jets tied for the top scoring offense in the postseason with 3.58 goals per game, Winnipeg is looking like a tough team to crack.

Since March 15, the Jets are 19-5 over their last 24 games per the OddsShark NHL Database.

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Vegas Golden Knights

For the second straight series, the Golden Knights punched their ticket into the next round with a shutout victory on the road, this time in a 3-0 win over San Jose in Game 6. Vegas looks a lot more like a well-oiled machine than it does a Cinderella story, mowing through the first two rounds with an 8-2 record that includes a 4-1 record on the road.

Marc-Andre Fleury has been the best goaltender in the playoffs this season, leading the pack with a goals-against average of 1.53 and a save percentage of .951 thus far.

Saturday’s total is set at 5.5 goals. The UNDER is 9-5 in Winnipeg’s last 14 games.

When the top offense in the postseason clashes with the top goaltender in the postseason, something has to give. These two teams have reached this point due to their excellent depth and ability to roll four effective lines. This style of play should pave the way for a very entertaining series.

For more odds information, betting picks and a breakdown of this week’s top sports betting news check out the OddsShark podcast with Jon Campbell and Andrew Avery. Subscribe on iTunes or listen to it at OddsShark.libsyn.com.

KC Masterpiece 400 Live Stream

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Playing DFS NASCAR this week? Matthew Selz draws up the playbook for the KC Masterpiece 400 at Kansas Speedway.

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Racing on the Great Plains is back this week with the race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday night. After the wildness of the past two tracks, Talladega and Dover, things calm down a bit with a 1.5-mile tri-oval layout this week just west of Kansas City, MO and KS. It’s ironic that I say the action calms down a bit because the weather certainly hasn’t this weekend as some violent thunderstorms rolled through Kansas Thursday night and Friday morning that drop hail and lightning on the track and surrounding area. In fact it hit the track so hard that there was a 30-minute delay during the marathon 2.5-hour practice on Friday to remove a ton of water that was trapped under the track surface that had created a soft spot in the exit of Turn 2.

As for the racing at the track, like I broke down in the Track Breakdown piece “in the last four Spring races here, there have been 19-20 lead changes per race (keep in mind a driver has to finish a lap as the leader for it to be considered a change, that is to say that if for example Martin Truex Jr. gets passed into Turn 1 but then regains the lead by the time the start/finish line comes back around, the lead change doesn’t count) and 8-9 incident cautions per race. During that span the winner has come from P3, P6, P19, and P13 from most recent to oldest race and going back to the first race of 2013 is the last time a pole sitter won the April/May race at Kansas. Overall the pole winner has won three out of the last 10 races here and a P5 starting spot or better has won five times overall (including the three pole sitters) for an average starting spot of 7.3 for the winner.”

This is also a track where you can move up through the field with 10 drivers in the race averaging a position differential of +6 or better this week; that’s a lot. There are also seven drivers in the field (who have raced the last four races) who have gone backwards at least six spots a race as well. So a lot of yo-yoing is happening in the typical race. Part of the moving backwards could be due to the high amount of speeding penalties on pit road at Kansas. As mentioned in the Practice Notes this week, there have been 63 such infractions in the last 10 races here and just in the last four alone (both 2016 and both 2017 races), drivers have been dinged 28 times for speeding at various parts of pit road. Just ask Denny Hamlin how pit road speeding works for your average finish (he’s been nabbed more than almost anyone this year).

A couple of important pointers this week. Firstly there are several drivers starting in the back of the pack this week for inspection issues at qualifying, or changes that will have to be made to the car after qualifying. It doesn’t prohibit you from playing them but realize that the drivers will be scored by DK and FD by where they officially qualified and not where they start. Secondly, this is the last points-race in the schedule until the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday of Memorial Day weekend in two weeks. Next week is the All-Star Race festivities and if there is DFS action, I will have a small playbook for it, but nothing more.

I will be available on Saturday on the Fantasy Alarm Chat until 6pm ET if you have any questions about lineup construction.

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UFC 224: Nunes vs. Pennington live stream

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Amanda Nunes defends her bantamweight title in the main event of UFC 224! In the co-main event, Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza and Kelvin Gastelum compete in a battle with title implications. In a catch-weight bout, Brazilian jiu-jitsu star Mckenzie looks to improve to 7-0 in MMA when she faces Amanda Cooper. Plus, John Lineker takes on Brian Kelleher, Vitor Belfort vs. Lyoto Machida, and more!

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First four prelims on UFC Fight Pass, rest on Fox Sports 1.
Middleweight Bout: Markus Perez vs. James Bochnovic

Jeffrey Harris: Markus Perez, Decision
Robert Winfree: James Bochnovic, Decision

Welterweight Bout: Alberto Mina vs. Ramazan Emeev

Jeffrey Harris: Alberto Mina, Decision
Robert Winfree: Ramazan Emeev, TKO, Round 2

Middleweight Bout: Thales Leites vs. Jack Hermansson

Jeffrey Harris: Thales Leites, Submission, Round 2
Robert Winfree: Jack Hermansson, Decision

Welterweight Bout: Warlley Alves vs. Sultan Aliev

Jeffrey Harris: Warlley Alves, Decision
Robert Winfree: Sultan Aliev, Decision

Welterweight Bout: Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Sean Strickland

Jeffrey Harris: Sean Strickland, Decision
Robert Winfree: Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos, Decision

Lightweight Bout: Davi Ramos vs. Nick Hein

Jeffrey Harris: Nick Hein, Decision
Robert Winfree: Davi Ramos, Submission, Round 3

Heavyweight Bout: Oleksiy Oliynyk vs. Junior Albini

Jeffrey Harris: Olkesiy Oliynyk, Decision
Robert Winfree: Oleksiy Oliynyk, Submission, Round 1

Middleweight Bout: Cezar Ferreira vs. Karl Roberson

Jeffrey Harris: Cezar Ferreira, TKO, Round 2
Robert Winfree: Cezar Ferreira, TKO, Round 2

Middleweight Bout: Vitor Belfort vs. Lyoto Machida

Jeffrey Harris: Neither guy are at the level they used to be at in the heydays of their career. This doesn’t have the makings of a modern MMA classic. This is more or less a showcase fight for the fans of Rio de Janeiro. Belfort is the hometown guy, and Machida is another legend from Brazil. I’m not expecting fireworks here. However, this is probably the most suitable match-up for both fighters based off their recent wins. Machida barely got by Eryk Anders. Vitor Belfort got a decisive win over Nate Marquardt last June, but it was a decisive win over Nate Marquardt in 2017. I think Machida is going to win. Both guys will probably be fighting in Bellator MMA sooner or later.

Winner: Lyoto Machida, Decision

Robert Winfree: Whoever lands first wins, neither man has much of a chin anymore and this entire fight is just depressing. I’ll go with Machida, I think Belfort tries to fight patiently and that plays into Machida’s game.

Winner: Lyoto Machida, Decision

Bantamweight Bout: John Lineker vs. Brian Kelleher

Jeffrey Harris: This is a very good bantamweight match-up, and it has all the makings for a fun contest. I’m favoring John Lineker here. He’s had his issues in the past, but I see his speed and striking game being too much for Brian Kelleher. Eventually, Lineker is going to storm in and overwhelm Kelleher with his strikes. He will win a dominant decision or get the knockout here.

Winner: John Lineker, TKO, Round 2

Robert Winfree: Pretty decent bantamweight fight here, but I think Kelleher is out of his depth. Lineker will push a hard pace, cut the cage and force a brawl. Kelleher is a decent striker and opportunistic grappler, but I’m having a hard time seeing him take this one as Lineker is likely just better everywhere.

Winner: John Lineker, TKO, Round 3

Catchweight (123 lbs.) Bout: Mackenzie Dern vs. Amanda Cooper

Jeffrey Harris: Mackenzie Dern is an incredible grappler and BJJ practitioner. However, she’s now getting way overhyped, and her Octagon debut wasn’t even that impressive. She’s undefeated, but she hasn’t really faced or defeated anyone of consequence. Her opponent was 0-2 in the UFC when they fight, and it was still a split decision. Dern is an incredible grappler, and I see Amanda Cooper giving her trouble in the stand-up department. Dern hasn’t really been tested there yet, and it’s going to be a problem for her going forward. The Mackenzie Dern hype train gets derailed here.

Winner: Amanda Cooper, TKO, Round 2

Robert Winfree: This is designed as a showcase for Dern, but given her depressing lack of wrestling to compliment her world class jiujitsu it could turn into another wall and stall affair. Cooper has better striking, though Dern has been working on that as well, and is something of a live under dog but on the whole I don’t see much of a reason to pick against Dern.

Winner: Mackenzie Dern, Decision

Middleweight Bout: Ronaldo Souza vs. Kelvin Gastelum

Jeffrey Harris: This is a very interesting fight for the middleweight division. Due to the current state of things, Kelvin Gastelum might find himself in a title situation if he were to pick up a win. The same for Jacare, despite him suffering losses to Yoel Romero and Robert Whittaker. At least the loss to Yoel Romero was in a very close fight with a questionable split decision. Kelvin Gastelum actually has quite a bit of power, good wrestling, and some strong boxing skills. And Jacare is getting up there in age. However, the Derek Brunson fight proves that Jacare still has something left in the tank, and he’s only lost to the top middleweights in the UFC. I’m going with Jacare here, and I see him using his grappling to control the fight and eventually pick up a submission.

Winner: Ronaldo Souza, Submission, Round 1

Robert Winfree: This is a really good fight, and a big one for both guys. Kelvin Gastelum has fast, accurate hands along with good power and solid cardio. Gastelum is a good wrestler but he’d be better served to avoid grappling with a wizard like Souza. Souza has decent hands, he’s clearly worked hard on them, but his bread and butter is still his grappling. I think Gastelum has a troubling habit of allowing his opponents to close distance and get their hands locked together around him. Even in fights he’s won, the Tim Kennedy bout springs to mind, Kennedy secured the clinch for almost the entire first round while Gastelum did little to combat it. If Souza gets his hands around Gastelum, Gastelum is in for a long night, and I tend to think that’s what will happen. Gastelum can certainly win this, he’s a very talented fighter, but he’s got a few habits he’ll have to have addressed in preparation for this fight and I can’t blindly assume he’s done so.

Winner: Ronaldo Souza, Submission, Round 2

UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship Bout: Amanda Nunes vs. Raquel Pennington

Jeffrey Harris: I really don’t see any way that Raquel Pennington comes out on top here. I see this being a dominant and one-sided beatdown for Amanda Nunes. Pennington is a decent fighter, but she’s getting this fight after an extremely long layoff. Her last fight was in November 2016. Amanda Nunes dominates Pennington in this fight easily and finishes her.

Winner: Amanda Nunes, TKO, Round 2

Robert Winfree: There is a path to victory here for Pennington, though it isn’t easy. The primary things Pennington has to do are push a high pace, bordering on the absurd, to truly test the cardio of Nunes and fight in the pocket. Pennington does her best work in close proximity, at distance she’s at a disadvantage and in the clinch she’s likely at a disadvantage assuming Nunes doesn’t tire, but the space between those distances is where Pennington has to fight to have success. Nunes is better at distance, is physically strong, and if she gets on top on the mat she can do some serious damage, though if she winds up on bottom things could get interesting. If Pennington can survive the fire from Nunes while pushing a good pace she might tire her out and take over late, but given how narrow that path is I don’t mind picking Nunes to retain.

Winner: Amanda Nunes, TKO, Round 2

Celta Vigo vs Real Madrid live stream

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Cristiano Ronaldo is set to miss out again as Real Madrid play at the Bernabeu for the last time this season.

Los Blancos host mid-table Celta Vigo knowing a defeat would take them out the hunt for second place – with rivals Atletico Madrid currently three points ahead of them.

Ronaldo is still struggling with the sprained ankle he suffered during last week’s El Clasico draw with Barcelona – with the upcoming Champions League final the priority.

Gareth Bale is back from his suspension, having missed Real’s loss to Sevilla on Wednesday, with Isco returning from injury, and Keylor Navas, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Marcelo and Raphael Varane due to start after sitting out the trip to Seville.

Here is everything you need to know…

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When and where is the game?

Real host Celta Vigo at the Bernabeu on Saturday night. Kick off is at 7.45pm BST.

What channel is it on?

The game is being shown live on Sky Sports Mix. Which means that you don’t need a Sky Sports pack to watch the match for free. Alternatively you can follow the game on the Mirror Sport live blog.

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Can I stream the game live?

If you are a Sky subscriber, and can’t get in front of the TV, you can watch the game on the Sky Go app.

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Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo live stream

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All the information you need on how to watch Real Madrid host Celta Vigo in week 37 of the 2017/18 LaLiga season at the Bernabéu on Saturday May 12, 2018. Kick-off at 20:45 CEST.

What time does the Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo game start?

The 2017/18 LaLiga week 37 fixture between Real Madrid and Celta Vigo will be played at the Bernabéu in Madrid and kicks off at 20:45 CEST on Saturday 12 May, 2018.

Find out what time Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo gets underway where you are in the world.

Where can I watch Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo?

No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo is available on here.

Is the Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo game online?

Real Madrid vs Celta is available in most nations through the rights holders’ online platform, if they have one. Your best bet is to check who is showing the game in your country, and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.

Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo: AS English live coverage

You can also follow all the action from the Bernabéu right here on AS English, with our inimitable live coverage.

Peterhead vs Stenhousemuir Live Stream

Peterhead vs Stenhousemuir Live Stream “Scottish League One” Saturday, May 12, 2018. How to watch Stenhousemuir vs Peterhead Live Stream Update, Odds, TV channel, kick-Off Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info.

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UFC 224 live stream

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It is on – the long-awaited Nunes vs Pennington fight is about to make UFC 224 very special indeed. The women’s bantamweight title is up for grabs and Brazil’s Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes wants to keep it just as much as the United States’ Raquel “Rocky” Pennington wants to take it from her.

Before that grand finale you can also enjoy battles from Souza vs Gastelum, Dern vs Cooper, Lineker vs Kelleher and Belfort vs Machida. It’s a packed undercard – and you can watch it all with a free live stream.

UFC 224 – when and where

UFC 224 will be taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sunday May 13 with the main event fight at 7pm PT, 10am ET, 3am Sunday morning BST.

Coverage starts around three hours before that, so be sure to tune in if you want more MMA than just Nunes vs Pennington.

Amanda Nunes is the current women’s bantamweight champion and will be riding a six fight winning streak when she enters her third title defence against Raquel Pennington, who has won her last four fights.

Since Nunes hasn’t lost in almost four years the pressure will be on to dethrone her. But as the woman famous for that unforgettable Ronda Rousey first-round knockout win at UFC 207, she’s not one to be defeated easily.

As is always the case with UFC, there are plenty of ways to watch the fight. But these usually cost you. Read on to find our guide on how to live stream UFC 224 and, more importantly, how to do it for free.

How to watch the UFC 224 with a VPN
If you live in a country where there’s no UFC broadcast, then there’s still a way you can watch. You’ll need to use a VPN to dial in to a country that does have one. A VPN is perfect for this as it allows you to change your IP address so you appear to be in a completely different location. We’ve tested hundreds of VPNs and can recommend these as the best three VPNs currently available:

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Live stream UFC 224 with the UFC Fight Pass

UFC Fight Pass
The UFC has taken airing its fights into its own hands and the result is the UFC Fight Pass. This is a super simple way to pay up front and gain access to all your favourite UFC content from live fights to training videos and even behind the scenes content.

The best part is that Fight Pass offers a FREE seven-day trial. That means, if you’ve not used it already, you can watch UFC 224 for free using this trial.

Then you just pay $9.99/£5.99 per month for access, or commit to a six-month contract and pay $8.99/£5.49, or a 12-month contract and pay only $7.99/£4.99 per month. Fight Pass lets you personalise your experience by following your favourite fighters and works across devices from smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS) to smartboxes and consoles.

How to watch UFC 224: US live stream

Either cable or go for Fight Pass
For US cable and satellite subscribers the options to watch are many with the fight aired on FX, DirectTV, at&t, VerizonFios, Comcast, Dish, Cox and many more. Check out the service you use to see if its being shown. And if you have one but are out of territory, then read the information above to find out more about how to use a VPN to watch UFC.

If you’re a cord cutter or don’t bother with cable these days, then the obvious option is the UFC Fight Pass.

How to watch UFC 224: Canada live stream

Fight Pass is the best option in Canada
Canada’s Sports Net which usually airs a lot of UFC won’t have UFC 224. That means that the cheapest way to live stream UFC 224 is via the Fight Pass. Be warned, Canada’s Sports Net which usually airs a lot of UFC won’t have this fight.

Pay-per-view on BellMTS is an option as well. But at $65, we don’t know why you wouldn’t go for the much cheaper UFC TV option instead.

How watch UFC 224: UK live stream

Watch UFC 224 on BT Sport 2
The Nunes vs Pennington fight on UFC 224 will be aired live in the UK on BT Sport 2. This coverage will start at 11:45pm on Saturday with the main card title fight at 3am on the Sunday morning.

It will be aired in HD to all devices capable of running the broadcast. That means not only via TV but also using the BT Sport app on smartphones, tablets and computers.

Not got BT Sport? Then…OK, of course you know by now. The UFC Fight Pass is the way to go, with the cheap monthly subscription and the free trial if you haven’t already used it.

How to watch UFC 224: Australia live stream

UFC Fight Pass
You guessed it, UFC 224 will also be available in Australia via the UFC Fight Pass. That means you can not only watch it live but you can do so from pretty much any device that connects to the internet. And don’t forget that free trial.