Mon 12 Mar 2018, 16:28
Live sport to stream online on SuperSport channels this weekend includes Vodacom Super Rugby fixtures, FA Cup Quarterfinal matches and MotoGP 2018 live from Qatar.
Here is a list of sport fixtures you should watch live:
Bonus midweek pick:
Champions League: Barcelona v Chelsea
An embattled Antonio Conte will be looking to make the most of this Champions League fixture against a Barcelona side who have been in scintillating form lately.
Sunshine Tour Golf Championship
South African and international pros will take to the fairways to compete in the final tournament of the Sunshine Tour 2017/2018, taking place at the Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate in Gauteng.
Vodacom Super Rugby: DHL Stormers vs Blues
Following the Blues’ surprise victory over the Lions, the Auckland-based Super Rugby franchise will be eager to repeat the feat against the Stormers in Cape Town.
ABSA Premiership: Golden Arrows vs Orlando Pirates
Orlando Pirates will have to put the euphoria of their Soweto Derby victory behind them and focus on a Golden Arrows side who will be desperate to claim three points and stay above the relegation zone on the ABSA Premiership table.
Emirates FA Cup Quarter Final: Leicester City vs Chelsea
The pick of the weekend’s FA Cup fixtures has a potential upset on the cards as in-form Leicester take on a Chelsea side struggling to find a reliable source of goals.
Total CAF Champions League: Mamelodi Sundowns vs Rayon Sports
Reigning 2017 CAF Super Cup champions Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to continue their impressive run in continental competitions.
MotoGP: Grand Prix of Qatar
The MotoGP 2018 season kicks off in Qatar, with MotoGP riders including 2017 champion Marc Marquez looking to start on a positive note.
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 BNP Paribas Open Final
Will Roger Federer, who became the oldest number 1 ranked player in the history of professional tennis earlier this year, be able to maintain his position with a good showing at Indian Wells? A Semi Final spot will be enough to ensure the Swiss holds onto the number one spot ahead of long-time rival Rafael Nadal, but we wouldn’t bet against him going one better and picking up his sixth Masters title.
Watch: Live sport to stream online this weekend