The Sports Planet will experience a crazy sports weekend on Saturday, May 28th and Sunday, May 29th. There’s something for everyone between the two European finals, the iconic F1 race, the important L1 match, the epic match at the French Open, and even the Giro epilogue. I’d like a program!
Champions League: Real Madrid and Liverpool Stars (Saturday, 9pm)
The European football season ends on Saturday night in the Stade de France. At the end of the twisted and twisted campaign, Real Madrid will try to win the 14th Champions League and highlight the title record four years after the last trophy. Faced with Karim Benzema’s teammates, the Reds can rely on two of Ballon d’Or’s favorites, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané, like the French.
Champions Cup: La Rochel’s first title? (Saturday, 5:45 pm)
La Rochel is making progress in the face of its history. On Saturday night in Marseille, Rochelle will play his second European final. A year after losing to Toulouse, Yellow and Black finally wanted to list their names. To do this, you need to mercilessly defeat Grandissim’s favorite Leinster. Meetings to follow on France 2 and the france.tv platform.
French Open: Beautiful people finish the third round (every day from 11:00 am)
After a wonderful surprise on the first day, the French Open continues at Porte d’Auteuil. Lucky ticket holders have the opportunity to participate in the remaining third round matches and then the start of the 16th round. Those who do not have the opportunity to go there can continue to watch the match on France Television’s antenna or france.tv.
Formula 1: Leclerc at home (Sunday, 3:00 pm)
At the 7th Grand Prix of the season, the paddock will return to the legendary Monaco circuit. Charles Leclerc, the big loser last weekend in Barcelona, arrives on the streets of his childhood city with the goal of reviving and regaining the world championship lead from Max Verstappen. After a complex start of the season, Lewis Hamilton hopes to bounce off a three-winning circuit, far from Ayrton Senna’s six crowns, one behind Alain Prost (four successes). is.
Barrage L1 / L2: Woe to those who have been defeated (Sunday, 7:00 pm)
There is only one left. This is an important duel between two important clubs in the French Championship. On the one hand, Saint-Etienne has already survived in League One after three complex seasons. Meanwhile, Jean-Marc Farlan’s Auxerrois wants to find the elite just 10 years after leaving the elite. Therefore, three days after the first jump-off, everything is determined in the cauldron.
And again: Giro, MotoGP, PSG-OL ..
Giro will also finish this weekend on the final mountain stage before the final time trial in Verona (Sunday afternoon). When it comes to motorsport, the MotoGP World Championship and its leader Fabio Quartararo are packing bags in Mugello for the Italian Grand Prix (Sunday 2:00 pm).
On the other side of the Atlantic, IndyCar is competing in the legendary Indianapolis 500 race (Sunday 6:45 pm). The Frenchman Romain Grosjean will participate in this race for the first time. The results of the NBA Conference finals were also available, especially in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals (Saturday 2:30 am) between Boston and Miami.
For D1 women, PSG and Lyon are competing for the title on the penultimate day of the season (Sunday 9 pm).