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Cycling, Rugby League, Rugby Union and Horse Racing Live this weekend on Eurosport @EurosportAUS

SportKevin Perry
  Joaquim Rodriguez -Tour of Catalunya        image -

Joaquim Rodriguez -Tour of Catalunya       image -

If it’s diversity you’re after, Eurosport Australia has it all. Our unrivalled cycling coverage continues with the concluding stages of the Tour of Catalunya plus LIVE action from the E3 Harelbeke and the Three Days of the Panne, two of the main lead ups to the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix.

The 2014 Super League ignites with the match of the season between league leaders St Helens and the second placed Leeds Rhinos. Not to be outdone Toulon and Toulouse square off in the Top 14 French Rugby featuring ex-Wallaby Matt Giteau.

To top things off, we then head to Dubai for LIVE broadcast of the richest horserace meeting on the planet, the Dubai World Cup.


·         Cycling: Tour of Catalunya, Stage 4 LIVE at 1.30am on Friday 28/3, Stage 5 on DELAY at 3.15am on Saturday 29/3, Stage 6 on REPLAY at 5.15am on Sunday 30/3 and Stage 7 LIVE at 12.15am on Monday 31/3. Features Aussies Leigh Howard, Brett Lancaster, Nathan Earle, Cameron Wurf, David Tanner and Jack Bobridge.

·         Cycling: E3 Harelbeke LIVE at 1am on Saturday 29/3. Features Aussies Mitchell Docker, Luke Durbridge, Mathew Hayman, Michael Hepburn and Heinrich Haussler.

·         Rugby League: Super League, St Helens vs. Leeds Rhinos LIVE at 7am on Saturday 29/3. Features Aussies Anthony Laffranchi (St Helens).

·         Horse Racing: Dubai World Cup LIVE 11.30pm on Saturday 29/3. Features 2013 Caulfield Guineas winner Long John and Melbourne Cup stars Red Cadeaux, Mount Athos and Dunaden.

·         Rugby Union: French Top 14, Toulon vs. Toulouse LIVE 6.45am on Sunday 30/3. Features Aussie Matt Giteau.

·         Cycling: Three Days of the Panne, Stage 1 LIVE at 11.45pm on Tuesday 1/4, Stage 2 LIVE at 11.45pm on Wednesday 2/4 and Stage 3 LIVE at 11.45pm on Thursday 3/4. Features Aussies Leigh Howard, Luke Durbridge, Mark Renshaw and Zak Dempster.