WEEK­END SPORT

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Peter Ko­goy

THE V8 Su­per­cars con­tinue to set a crack­ing pace in the rat­ings for the Seven Net­work, and this week­end’s round from East­ern Creek in Syd­ney’s west should be no dif­fer­ent as the Holden and Ford mon­sters go head- to­head live into Syd­ney, Melbourne, Bris­bane, Ade­laide and Perth from 4pm to­day. The ac­tion con­tin­ues to­mor­row from 1pm into all mar­kets ex­cept Ade­laide, on de­lay from 10.30pm. While I find rugby union ap­peal­ing, me­thinks the re­sults in to­day’s three live Tests on Fox Sports 2 are shap­ing up as one- sided af­fairs, start­ing with the All Blacks against France from 5.30pm, to be fol­lowed by the Wal­la­bies in Perth against Fiji, be­fore the Spring­boks un­leash their full fury on Samoa at 11pm. ( All pay TV times are half an hour ear­lier in Ade­laide and two hours ear­lier in Perth.) The pick of the live AFL games on Fox this week­end is the Syd­ney Swans visit to the MCG to tackle Hawthorn, on FS1 from 2pm, or catch the ac­tion on free to air on Ten to­day, fol­lowed by the Ade­laide Crows look­ing to re­deem them­selves against Gee­long, also on FS1, from 1pm to­mor­row. The pick of this week­end’s round of NRL is tonight’s clash be­tween the Roost­ers and Cow­boys live from Aussie Sta­dium in Syd­ney from 7.30pm on FS3. With young Casey Stoner set­ting a crack­ing pace in the Mo­toGP, the ac­tion to­mor­row night live from 7pm on FS2 comes from Catalunya in Spain.

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