what to watch on fox sports africa this week, 12-18 august

12:00    12 Aug 2019

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The week of 12-18 August 2019 sees Fox Sports Africa turn its focus to live football from Europe and the United States, Major League Baseball and full coverage of the BinckBank Tour in Belgium and the Netherlands. All times CAT.


Fox Sports 1 opens its live coverage for the week on Thursday morning with the Major League Soccer clash between Orlando City and Sporting Kansas City at 01:35.


Three hours after that start time, there’s live coverage of another MLS clash, as LA Galaxy host FC Dallas.


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Thursday night on Fox Sports 1 brings live Major League Baseball action, with the Marlins v Dodgers fro, 21:00, while the weekend begins on Friday night with a live EFL Championship clash between Huddersfield Town and Fulham from 20:40.


The EFL action continues on Saturday with Sunderland v Portsmouth at 13:25 and Nottingham Forest v Birmingham City from 15:55, before back-to-back Eredivisie matches starting at 18:20.


Sunday on Fox Sports 1 features two live MLS matches – Montreal Impact v FC Dallas at 01:30 and LA Galaxy v Seattle Sounders from 04:00 – before an afternoon of action from the Netherlands, with another round of back-to-back Eredivisie games from 14:20.


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Fox Sports 2 begins its live coverage for the week on Monday afternoon at 15:00, with Stage 1 of the BinckBank Tour. The UCI cycling event will be covered live throughout the week each afternoon up to and including the final stage on Sunday.


A packed schedule of live coverage for Fox Sports 2 this week also includes live Major League Baseball on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and a double header of matches on each of Saturday and Sunday night, as the regular season continues to provide epic thrills and spills.


Fox Sports 2 also features two live football matches over the weekend: Club Brugge v Eupen from the Belgian Pro League at 20:25 on Friday night and the Championship clash between Reading and Cardiff City from 12:55 on Sunday.


 

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