Sports This Week on Sling TV

Aug 22, 2016 by Scott Ross

All times Eastern.

Monday August 22

You’ve been watching the Olympics for 2 weeks, football and basketball are just gearing up – go spend a day with your family.

Tuesday August 23

Boxing on FS1: 2011 National Golden Gloves champion Caleb “Sweet Hands” Plant (13-0-0, 10 KO’s) goes toe-to-toe with Juan De Angel (18-4-1, 17 KO’s) in a 160-pound fight. (9pm ET Tuesday, FS1)

MLB on ESPN: Jacoby Ellsbury and the New York Yankees square off against Robinson Cano and the Seattle Mariners. (10pm ET Tuesday, ESPN)

Wednesday August 24

MLB on ESPN: Buster Posey leads the San Francisco Giants against Chase Utley and the Los Angeles Dodgers. (10pm ET Wednesday, ESPN)

Thursday August 25

PGA on The Golf Channel: Jason Day heads to Bethpage to defend his title at The Barclays. (2pm ET Thursday, The Golf Channel)

NFL on NBC: It’s pre-season action featuring Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons vs. Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins. (8pm ET Thursday, NBC)

Friday August 26

PGA on The Golf Channel: Tournament record holder Jason Day continues his defense of his 2015 victory at The Barclays. (2pm ET Friday, The Golf Channel)

Soccer on FS1: Catch Bundesliga action with Werder Bremen vs. Bayern Munich. (2:30pm ET Friday, FS1)

College Football on ESPN: It’s the Hawaii Rainbow Warrior vs. the Cal Bears in The Sydney Cup, as the two teams kickoff the 2016 College football season in Australia. (10pm ET Friday, ESPN)

Saturday August 27

Soccer on NBC Sports Network: Catch Premier League action as Liverpool takes the pitch against Tottenham Hotspur. (7:30am ET Saturday, NBCSN)

Soccer on FS2: FSV Mainz 05 plays Borussia Dortmund in Bundesliga action. (9:30am ET Saturday, FS2)

Soccer on NBC: Manchester United plays Hull City in Premier League action. (12:30pm ET Saturday, NBC)

Soccer on FOX: Bayer Leverkusen meets Monchengladbach. (12:30pm ET Saturday, FOX)

PGA on The Golf Channel: It’s moving day at The Barclays. (1pm ET Saturday, The Golf Channel)

MLB on FS1: It’s a Saturday doubleheader with Anthony Rizzo and the Chicago Cubs face Adrian Gonzalez and the Los Angeles Dodgers, followed by Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels vs. Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers. (4pm & 7pm ET Saturday, FS1)

UFC on FOX: Demian Maia (23-6) climbs into the octagon with Carlos Condit (30-9). (8pm ET Saturday, FOX)

Boxing on Spike: Robert Guerrero (33-4-1, 18 KO’s) gets into the ring with David Emanuel Peralta (25-2-1, 14 KO’s) for a battle of 147-pounders. (9pm ET Saturday, Spike)

Sunday August 28

Soccer on CNBC: Middlesbrough meets West Bromwich Albion in Premier League play. (8:30am ET Sunday, CNBC)

Soccer on FS1: SC Freiburg takes the pitch against Hertha BSC Berlin. (9:30am ET Sunday, FS1)

Soccer on NBC Sports Network: West Ham United kicks off against Manchester City in Premier League action. (11am ET Sunday, NBCSN)

Soccer on FS2: Watch Bundesliga play with RB Leipzig vs. 1899 Hoffenheim. (11:30am ET Sunday, FS2)

PGA on The Golf Channel: Catch coverage of the fourth and final round of The Barclays. (Noon ET Sunday, The Golf Channel)

NFL on FOX: It’s an NFL pre-season doubleheader with Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers facing Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings, followed by Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals vs. JJ Watt and the Houston Texans. (1pm & 4pm ET Sunday, FOX)

NASCAR on NBC Sports Network: Watch Matt Kenseth defend his 2015 title at The Pure Michigan 400. (2:16pm ET Sunday, NBCSN)

Soccer on ESPN: It’s an MLS doubleheader, with the New England Revolution facing the New York City Red Bulls, followed by the Seattle Sounders vs. the Portland Timbers. (2:30pm & 5pm ET Sunday, ESPN)

MLB on TBS: Kris Bryant and the Chicago Cubs face Corey Seager and the Los Angeles Dodgers. (4pm ET Sunday, TBS)

Soccer on FS1: New York City FC faces Orlando City FC in MLS action. (7pm ET Sunday, FS1)

MLB on ESPN: Lorenzo Cain and the Kansas City Royals battle David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox. (8pm ET Sunday, ESPN)

NFL on NBC: Andy Dalton leads the Cincinnati Bengals against Allen Robinson and the Jacksonville Jaguars. (8pm ET Sunday, NBC)

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