What’s on BT Sport this weekend? Your armchair guide for all our live action

Don’t miss a massive Premier League triple-header, every minute of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals, Wrestlemania 37 on BT Sport Box Office and a prime time UFC!

By Robert Cottingham Published: 9 April 2021 - 11.53pm

We’ve got another huge weekend in store including the WWE event of the year, with WrestleMania coming your way on BT Sport Box Office.

We also have three huge Premier League clashes, the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals, a prime-time UFC card and a jam-packed catalogue of Ligue 1 and Bundesliga football, so you'll be glued to BT Sport.

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Premier League triple-header

Fulham v Wolves

Date

Friday 9 April

Time

7.30pm (KO 8pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD

Man City v Leeds

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

11.30am (KO 12.30pm) 

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Sheffield Utd v Arsenal

Date

Sunday 11 April

Time

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Fixture

Date

Time

Channel

Fulham v Wolves

Friday 9 April

7.30pm (KO 8pm)

BT Sport 1 HD

Man City v Leeds

Saturday 10 April

11.30am (KO 12.30pm) 

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

Sheffield Utd v Arsenal

Sunday 11 April

6.30pm (KO 7pm)

BT Sport 1 HD & Ultimate

BT Sport have three exclusive Premier League matches spanning the weekend, as we reach the business end of what has been a campaign of football unlike any other.

We start on Friday night where Craven Cottage is the stage for a game with potentially huge ramifications in the battle to avoid the drop. Fulham, who are looking to claw above 17th-placed Newcastle, can overtake The Magpies with victory over Nuno Espirito Santo's Wolves.

With time running out for Scott Parker's relegation battlers, this is exactly the sort of game they need to take all three points from if they are to extend their most recent stay in the division beyond this season.

Up next, Manchester City bid to take one step closer to the title when they host Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds on Saturday lunchtime.

City need just 12 more points from their final eight games to be sure of securing a third league title in four seasons, but will be wary of a Leeds team who they drew 1-1 with at Elland Road and who always relish going toe-to-toe with the big boys.

And Sunday rounds off the triple-header when basement boys Sheffield United play host to Mikel Arteta's wildly inconsistent Arsenal at Bramall Lane.

It looks like an easy three points for The Gunners against a United team doomed for the drop, but the visitors will be returning from a tricky European trip to Slavia Prague on Thursday and tiredness could be a factor.

Remember, every Premier League TV game this season is available to watch on BT TV with the full schedule from England's top flight available right here.

Heineken Champions Cup & Challenge Cup quarter-finals

La Rochelle v Sale Sharks

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

2.45pm (KO 3pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Exeter Chiefs v Leinster

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

5.15pm (KO 5.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Bordeaux Begles v Racing 92

Date

Sunday 11 April

Time

12pm (KO 12.30pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Clermont Auvergne v Toulouse

Date

Sunday 11 April

Time

2.45pm (KO 3pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Fixture

Date

Time

Channel

La Rochelle v Sale Sharks

Saturday 10 April

2.45pm (KO 3pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Exeter Chiefs v Leinster

Saturday 10 April

5.15pm (KO 5.30pm)

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Bordeaux Begles v Racing 92

Sunday 11 April

12pm (KO 12.30pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

Clermont Auvergne v Toulouse

Sunday 11 April

2.45pm (KO 3pm)

BT Sport 2 HD

The Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup are at the quarter-final stage and BT Sport have you covered as always, with every minute of every match live.

Starting with the all-Premiership Challenge Cup clash between Bath and London Irish on Friday night, right through to the Champions Cup quarter-final featuring Clermont Auvergne and Toulouse on Sunday afternoon.

In Europe's elite competion, the two remaining English teams are in action on Saturday afternoon.

First Sale Sharks visit La Rochelle's Stade Marcel-Deflandre at 3pm, before defending champions Exeter Chiefs take on 2018 winner Leinster for a place in the semi-finals at 5.30pm - both on BT Sport 2 HD.

Bath v London Irish

Date

Friday 9 April

Time

7.15pm (KO 8pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

12pm (KO 12.30pm) 

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD

Northampton Saints v Ulster

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

7.45pm (KO 8pm)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Montpellier v Benetton

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

8pm (KO 8pm)

Channel

BT Sport Extra 1 HD

Fixture

Date

Time

Channel

Bath v London Irish

Friday 9 April

7.15pm (KO 8pm)

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons

Saturday 10 April

12pm (KO 12.30pm) 

BT Sport 2 HD

Northampton Saints v Ulster

Saturday 10 April

7.45pm (KO 8pm)

BT Sport 2 HD & Ultimate

Montpellier v Benetton

Saturday 10 April

8pm (KO 8pm)

BT Sport Extra 1 HD

It's an all-French affair in the remaining Champions Cup semi-finals where Bordeaux Begles, who defeated Bristol Bears in the last 16, meet Edinburgh's conquerors Racing 92 and Clermont Auvergne play host to Toulouse with both matches live on BT Sport 2 HD on Sunday afternoon.

Over in the Challenge Cup, there's a whopping five Premiership teams battling it out in the quarter-finals, including two all-English clashes - Bath v London Irish and Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons.

Add to that Northampton Saints' home tie against 1999 winners Ulster and the clash between Montpellier and Benetton and it amounts to a veritable feast of European rugby this weekend.

Prime time UFC

UFC Fight Night - Vettori vs Holland

Date

Saturday 10 April

Time

6pm

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD

Fixture

Date

Time

Channel

UFC Fight Night - Vettori vs Holland

Saturday 10 April

6pm

BT Sport 3 HD

It's another big-time bout in the UFC as BT Sport bring you a tantalising Fight Night live from The UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

After Liverpool’s own Darren Till was forced to pull out due to a broken collarbone, Kevin Holland has stepped in as Marvin Vettori’s opponent for the main event on Saturday night.

Holland is fresh from a defeat to Derek Brunson last month, a fight notable for his constant jarring cageside with Khabib Nurmagomedov.

If the trash-talking American is to have any hope of seeing off Vettori he must remain a lot more focused in Las Vegas.

"The Italian Dream" Vettori produced a devastating performance to see off Jack Hermansson in his debut UFC main event back in December and has not lost since a split decision result which went in favour of champion Israel Adesanya.

The undercard is packed too and includes a featherweight bout between Arnold Allen and Sodiq Yussuf as well as the middleweight clash featuring Kyle Daukaus and Aliaskhab Khizriev.

If the fact the fight is prime time isn't enough to get you hyped, here are four other reasons that will!

WrestleMania 37

Wrestlemania 37 - Night One

Date

Sunday 11 April

Time

1am

Channel

BT Sport Box Office 2

Wrestlemania 37 - Night Two

Date

Monday 12 April

Time

1am

Channel

BT Sport Box Office 2

Event

Date

Time

Channel

Wrestlemania 37 - Night One

Sunday 11 April

1am

BT Sport Box Office 2

Wrestlemania 37 - Night Two

Monday 12 April

1am

BT Sport Box Office 2

How to on BT Sport Box Office

Your complete guide on how to watch Wrestlemania 37 with details on how to purchase across BT TV, Sky, Virgin and more.

The Showcase of Immortals is upon us!

This weekend will see the biggest event in the WWE calendar as Wrestlemania 37 takes place from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

With non-stop WWE entertainment on Saturday and Sunday night, the very best in the business are set to put on a show with the action available on BT Sport Box Office.

As always it's a jam-packed schedule with titles up for grabs, rivalries renewed and grudge matches aplenty from the RAW and SmackDown rosters.

From Bobby Lashley's WWE Championship match with Drew McIntyre, to Braun Strowman against Shane McMahon in a Steel Cage on Night One, to Randy Orton vs "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt and a Triple Threat match between Daniel Bryan, Edge and Roman Reigns, it promises to be a blockbuster event.

And it will all take place in front of a limited number of fans due to Florida's Covid-19 restrictions permitting a section of people to attend.

Ligue 1, Bundesliga & National League

Outside of the English top flight, there is tonnes of football to sink your teeth into this weekend with action from Ligue 1, the Bundesliga and the National League.

We have seven matches from France, five from Germany and one from England's fifth tier as we reach crunch time across Europe's competitions.

Over the channel there's a serious title race brewing and in a potentially-pivotal weekend of Ligue 1 action, BT Sport are showing first-placed Lille's trip to Metz on Friday before Paris Saint-Germain's visit to Strasbourg on Saturday.

Elsewhere there's Montpellier v Marseille, Rennes v Nantes, Saint-Etienne v Bordeaux and two other title challengers in action in Lyon and Monaco who play host to Angers and Dijon respectively.

Check out channels and times for every Ligue 1 game on our What's On page.

In the Bundesliga title race, defending champions Bayern Munich host Union Berlin on Saturday as they bid to lift themselves further clear of second-placed RB Leipzig and the rest of the chasing pack.

Manchester City's Champions League opponents Borussia Dortmund are in action when they visit Stuttgart looking to bounce back from last weekend's loss to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Friday evening's match is a big one down the bottom as Arminia Bielefield host Freiburg, while Sunday's double-header - Schalke v Augsburg and Cologne v Mainz - rounds off the rest of the action.

Here's all you need to know about watching every match from the German top flight on BT Sport.

Closer to home there's a National League treat too, as two of the division's big names meet at Victoria Park when second-placed Hartlepool host Notts County from 5pm on Saturday, live on BT Sport 1 HD. 

With both teams serious candidates for promotion to League Two, viewers should expect a hotly-contested affair as County look to avenge the 1-0 defeat they suffered to Dave Challinor's side in December's reverse fixture.

And much, much more!

If that's not enough, there's further football action from down under in the A-League where we bring you five matches from Australia's top division. There's also the Women's A-League Grand Final clash between Sydney FC Women and Melbourne Victory Women this weekend.

Also from that part of the world, BT Sport are showing a whopping five AFL games for those Aussie Rules fans out there, while New Zealand Women's cricket team are in action against Australia Women in their ODI series.

And if that's not enough, across the pond there's three Major League Baseball matches plus a National League Hockey clash between Arizona Coyotes and the Las Vegas Golden Knights.

For full details of all our live content coming up this weekend, check out our What's On page.