This weekend on BT Sport promises to be another unmissable one, with a series of major sporting events to keep your spirits up in what has been a miserable start to 2021.

From a double-header with implications at both ends of the Premier League table to the conclusion of one of the most enthralling cricket Test series in years - there's that and much, much more to keep you glued to the TV as we all settle into 'Lockdown III'.


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Premier League double-header

Wolves v West Brom


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Saturday 11.30am (12.30pm KO)

Southampton v Leicester City


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Saturday 7.30pm (8pm KO)




Wolves v West Brom

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Saturday 11.30am (12.30pm KO)

Southampton v Leicester City

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Saturday 7.30pm (8pm KO)

Matchday 19 in the Premier League kicks off on BT Sport with a Black Country derby as Wolverhampton Wanderers welcome struggling West Brom to Molineux in the first half of our top-flight double bill.

It's been mostly miserable at The Hawthorns for Sam Allardyce since his appointment as Baggies boss, with a 4-0 defeat at home to Arsenal and an FA Cup exit to League One Blackpool dampening spirits after a 1-1 draw at Anfield in his second match.

Allardyce's proud record of never suffering a relegation is under serious threat and West Brom must start picking up points - and fast - if they are to extend their stay in the division to a second season.

But they make the 10-mile journey north to face rivals Wolves safe in the knowledge Nuno Espirito Santo's men are hardly in great shape themselves. 

Wolves' defeat at home to Everton last time out means it's just one league win in eight since talisman Raul Jimenez sustained a fractured skull at the Emirates.

Teenage stand-in Fabio Silva has still to find the net for his new club, but the Portuguese forward knows a goal in Saturday's derby will make Wolves fans forget all about the wait.

Our second Premier League game of the day comes from the King Power Stadium where two of this season's major surprise packages lock horns.

It may only be one win in three for Leicester but patchy form from their title rivals means The Foxes still sit just four points off the summit heading into Saturday night's clash with Southampton.

Brendan Rodgers' side ended a run of two straight draws with victory over Newcastle last time out in the league, before a 4-0 thumping of Stoke in the FA Cup.

The Leicester manager knows his team must find some consistency if they are to maintain a title charge.

One of those teams, Liverpool, slipped up against the visitors to the King Power, as Ralph Hasenhuttl's men travel to the east Midlands encouraged by a 1-0 win over the the Reds and fresh from a week off in the FA Cup.

The Austrian broke down in tears of elation after Danny Ings' winner clinched victory over the Premier League champions.

All eyes will be on the touchlines for his next trick should he pull off another impressive result come Saturday night.

As usual, every single Premier League game will be available to watch on BT TV this weekend.

UFC Fight Night - Holloway v Kattar 

BT Sport 2 HD, 6pm on Saturday

After a short hiatus, the year begins with a bang as the UFC returns to Fight Island for a three card tenure kicked off with a featherweight firecracker between Max Holloway and Calvin Kattar.

The promotion's third trip to the purpose-built facility in Abu Dhabi is headlined by Holloway's featherweight clash versus Kattar in a crossroads fight for both men.

Former 145lb champion Holloway will be seeking to regain some momentum in 2021 after three defeats in his previous four fights while Kattar comes into the bout determined to claim the biggest scalp of his career that would announce him as a true lightweight contender.

Elsewhere, there will be British representation as Birmingham's Tom Breese goes to war against middleweight rival Omari Akhmedov looking for back-to-back victories for the first time since 2016.

With all that plus Santiago Ponzinibbio vs Li Jingliang, Alessio Di Chirico vs Joaquin Buckley and Carlos Condit vs Matt Brown, it's another UFC card that you can't afford to miss!

Australia v India, fourth Test

BT Sport 2 HD, 11.45pm Friday to Monday

The thrilling series between Australia and India will be decided in Brisbane after India defied the hosts to bat out the final day and claim a historic draw in the third Test in Sydney.

From record-breaking batting collapses to sledging scandals, the first three Tests have delivered high-octane drama at every turn and all eyes will now be on Brisbane for what is sure to be a thrilling finale.

The winner of the four-match Test series will be decided at the Gabba and BT Sport is the only place to watch live coverage of every ball. 

The Aussies haven’t lost at the famous Brisbane venue since 1988 and will be favourites to claim the series win against a depleted Indian side, but the tourists have proved beyond any doubt that they are capable of retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Can India defy the odds to end a memorable tour on a high? Tune in to BT Sport 2 HD at 11.45pm each night to watch the drama unfold.

And that’s not all, the Big Bash is also underway with every minute of the drama available to BT Sport customers over the next six weeks. 

European football bonanza

This weekend is a busy one with five matches from the Bundesliga and a further seven from Ligue 1 exclusively available on our platforms.

Friday night's Bundesliga action features a Bayer Leverkusen side, boosted by the addition of former Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah, visiting the forest of Union Berlin desperate for a victory to keep in touch with league leaders Bayern Munich.

Later that evening our coverage from the France kicks off with Monaco's trip to face Montpellier as the Cote d'Azur outfit look to close the gap between themselves and table-topping Lyon.

Saturday's action includes Marseille v Nimes before Maurcio Pochettino, fresh from winning his first trophy as PSG manager, takes his side to Angers as their quest to win a fourth-successive league title continues.

There's also two games from the Bundesliga to enjoy as Borussia Dortmund play host to Mainz in the Jurgen Klopp derby before struggling Stuttgart host Borussia Monchengladbach in desperate need of a home win.

Sunday's slate features six live games from the continent, with Bayern Munich, Lille and Lyon all in action.

TV channels and times for all games are available on our What's On page.

Chelsea v Man United: Top-of-the-table clash in the WSL

It's first versus second in the Women's Super League this weekend as reigning champions Chelsea play host to Casey Stoney's up and coming Manchester United side. 

In what is only their second full season in the top flight of women's football, United sit at the summit of the WSL table with 2020 winners Chelsea hot on their heels.

Leah Galton's late goal earned Manchester United a draw when these two sides last met earlier in the season and Sunday's encounter is set to be another tight affair with just three points seperating them in the table. 

Expect Galton to once again at the heart of the action, with the 26-year-old in the form of her life.

Four goals in three games in December earned the striker the Player of the Month award and thrust the Red Devils into pole position in the title race.

Can Emma Hayes's Blues bring United crashing back down to earth with a home victory, or will this season's surprise package continue to upset the odds? Tune into BT Sport 1 HD from 2pm to find out.

TV channels and times for all games are available on our What's On page.