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 Hawthorn vs Geelong

Hawthorn vs Geelong


AFL, Toyota AFL Finals Series – Preliminary Finals          

Fri 20 Sep, Preliminary Final 1: Hawthorn v Geelong, 7.00pm EST, LIVE on FOX FOOTY

Sat 21 Sep, Preliminary Final 2: Fremantle v Sydney, 6.30pm EST, LIVE on FOX FOOTY

Geelong and Fremantle stand in the way of a Grand Final rematch between Hawthorn and Sydney, but neither of last year’s Grand Finalists can be assured of victory in the Preliminary Finals. The Hawks haven’t beaten the Cats since the ’08 decider, while the Swans are battling injuries as they head across the Nullabor to Paterson’s Stadium where the Dockers have been unstoppable in 2013.

Rugby League, Holden Cup – Semi Finals    

Fri 20 Sep, Semi Final 1: Raiders v Tigers, 3.00pm EST, LIVE on FOX FOOTY

Fri 20 Sep, Semi Final 2: Roosters v Warriors, 5.00pm EST, LIVE on FOX FOOTY

Two sudden death Semi Finals feature on blockbuster Friday afternoon double-header of Holden Cup action, LIVE and EXCLUSIVE from 3pm EST on FOX SPORTS.

Football, Barclays Premier League – Man City v Man United

Mon 23 Sep, 12.45am EST, LIVE on FOX SPORTS 1HD and FOX SPORTS 1

Neither side would be completely satisfied with the start to their 2103/14 campaign, but this is the game that truly counts in the eyes of the fans as City hosts United in the first ‘Manchester Derby’ of the post-Alex Ferguson era.

AFL, 2013 Brownlow Medal

Mon 23 Sep, Red Carpet Arrivals & AFL 360 special from 6.30pm, Medal Count from 8.15pm EST, LIVE on FOX FOOTY

FOX FOOTY will celebrate all the glitz and glamour of the 2013 Brownlow Medal LIVE from Crown Palladium with comprehensive coverage of football’s night of nights. Sarah Jones and Neroli Meadows deliver the action from the red carpet, then Gerard and Robbo step in for a special LIVE broadcast of AFL 360 before the medal count begins.


2013 Quiksilver Pro, France

Thu 26 Sep, 3.30pm EST, LIVE on FUEL TV

The ASP World Tour reaches its seventh overall stop and first in Europe as surfers prepare to take on the world famous beach breaks of Hossegor. Each day’s action begins with the Morning Show at 3.30pm EST beginning on the opening day of the waiting period, September 26. Aussies Taj Burrow and Julian Wilson will look to back up their strong performance at Trestles this week, where Burrow was crowned champion after a narrow win over his compatriot in the final.