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TV Guide | All the LIVE sport you can watch this weekend on KAYO

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AFL, NRL and Cricket.

Its another big weekend of action live coming up on KAYO.

Please note: All times are LIVE and AEST unless stated otherwise.  Times and matches correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.

Note: Events marked with an asterisk are available to stream free using a Kayo Freebies account.

Rugby League: NRL

  • Thu Jul 22 at 7:00pm: Parramatta v Canberra
  • Fri Jul 23 at 5:00pm: Sydney Roosters v Newcastle
  • Fri Jul 23 at 7:50pm: North Queensland v Melbourne
  • Sat Jul 24 at 2:30pm: South Sydney v Warriors
  • Sat Jul 24 at 5:00pm: Manly v Wests Tigers
  • Sat Jul 24 at 7:20pm: Penrith v Brisbane
  • Sun Jul 25 at 1:00pm: St George Illawarra v Gold Coast
  • Sun Jul 25 at 4:00pm: Canterbury v Cronulla

Australian Rules: AFL

  • Fri Jul 23 at 6:30pm: Port Adelaide v Collingwood
  • Sat Jul 24 at 12:00pm: Carlton v North Melbourne
  • Sat Jul 24 at 3:00pm: Brisbane Lions v Gold Coast SUNS
  • Sat Jul 24 at 4:10pm: West Coast Eagles v St Kilda
  • Sat Jul 24 at 5:45pm: Adelaide Crows v Hawthorn
  • Sat Jul 24 at 7:00pm: Melbourne v Western Bulldogs
  • Sun Jul 25 at 12:30pm: Sydney Swans v Freemantle Dockers
  • Sun Jul 25 at 1:30pm: Geelong Cats v Richmond
  • Sun Jul 25 at 4:10pm: Essendon v GWS GIANTS

Cricket: International Cricket, The Hundred

  • Fri Jul 23 and Sun Jul 25 at 12:45am: Ireland v South Africa T20, Games 2 -3
  • Fri Jul 23 and Sun Jul 25 at 4:15am: West Indies v Australia ODI, Games 2-3
  • Thu Jul 22 at 3:30am: The Hundred Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals Women*
  • Fri Jul 23 at 3:30am: The Hundred Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals *
  • Sat Jul 24 at 3:30am: The Hundred Birmingham Phoenix v London Spirit*
  • Sat Jul 24 at 11:00pm: The Hundred Northern Superchargers v Welsh Fire Women*
  • Sat Jul 24 at 11:30pm: The Hundred Trent Rockets v Southern Brave*
  • Sun Jul 25 at 3:00am: The Hundred Northern Superchargers v Welsh Fire*
  • Sun Jul 25 at 11:30pm: The Hundred London Spirit v Oval Invincibles*
  • Mon Jul 26 at 2:30am: The Hundred Manchester Originals v Birmingham Phoenix*
  • Tue Jul 27 at 3:30am: The Hundred Trent Rockets v Northern Superchargers*
  • Wed Jul 28 at 12:00am: The Hundred Welsh Fire v Southern Brave*

Docos and Mag Shows

  • 30 for 30: Wed Jul 28: Sonic Break (Extreme Sports)*
  • Sunday Night with Matty Johns: Sun Jul 25 at 6:00*
  • Late Show with Matty Johns: Thu Jul 22 at 9:50pm*
  • NRL360: Mon Jul 26 – Wed Jul 28 at 6:30pm*
  • AFL360: Mon Jul 26 – Wed Jul 28 at 7:30pm*
  • On the Couch: Mon Jul 26 at 8:30pm*

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