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PETE’s WEEKEND OF SPORT
Saturday – Barcelona vs Manchester United at 7.45pm at Wembley in the Champions League Final.
League 2 – Stevenage vs Torquay at 3pm on Saturday at Old Trafford
League 1 – Huddersfield vs Peterborough at 3pm on Sunday at Old Trafford
Championship – Reading vs Swansea at 3pm on Monday at Wembley.
F1 – The Monaco Grand Prix. Qualifying tomorrow at 1pm and the race on Sunday at 1pm
Cricket – England vs Sri Lanka in the first of 3 test matches. Sri Lanka 133-2 overnight in Cardiff after rain stopped most of the day’s play.
Tsotsobe leaves Essex
Rugby Union – Aviva Premiership grand final between Leicester and Saracens, at 3pm at Twickenham
Tennis – French Open – Andy Murray through to the 3rd round without dropping a set. The two British girls in the 2nd round were knocked out. Nadal, Djokovic and Federer all through. Murray faces unseeded Micael Berrer in the 3rd round on Saturday.
Golf – PGA Championships at Wentworth, with a great opening day (7 under) from Luke Donald, 2 shots clear already.
Athletics – Bolt returns with win in Rome
Cycling – Sunday is the final stage of the Giro D’italia
Man Utd 2 – 1 Barcelona
Play Of winners: Torquay, P’boro, Reading
French Open – Nadal
F1: Hamilton to win
So if you are planning a night in to start the Bank Holiday the 90’s classic, The Wedding Singer, is on 5* at 9pm. My Friday night favourite at the moment is Outnumbered on BBC 1 at 9.30, its a repeat but I still think it’s brilliant to watch!
Saturday night on Channel 4 Titanic makes a big splash at 6.25 and one for the kids its the brilliant Nanny McPhee on ITV2 at 7pm; then if there are any dancers in the house Step up 2: The Streets is on from 9 pm. Once the kids are in tucked up in bed Run Fat Boy Run is on Film 4 at 9pm.
If all the sport and Formula 1 has worn you out Sunday afternoon then find a good spot on the Sofa for the premiere of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button on Channel 4 at 9pm, competing for your attention is The Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s chest on BBC 1 at the same time.