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Your big weekend sports preview

The Boks have a new look team for the start of the Rugby Championships. Mourinho and Pogba don't seem to be friends, the ICC don't know the difference between Lungi Ngidi and Kagiso Rabada, plus a whole lot of football to look forward to.

Another English sports star arrested & Real lose Super Cup

Danny Cipriani simply can't behave. While on a pre-season tour with his new club he got arrested on a night out. Ottis Gibson uses the old 'World Cup is the focus' cliche to justify poor results, and Real Madrid lose to Atletico Madrid in the Uefa Super Cup. Wits win again, and the All Blacks name their team to start the Rugby Championship.

Stokes innocent & Etzebeth to start

Ben Stokes has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the courts, but still faces a cricket ban. Facebook to screen La Liga matches, the Proteas get embarrassed again by spin, Alonso to retire from F1, and Chiefs still without a win in the PSL yet.

Stokes to rely on reasonable doubt in court

Ben Stokes's court case is becoming quite the production, with his defence now looking to rotate the strike to Alex Hales. The Bulls seem to have secured Duane Vermeulen for next season, but who will the coach be? Rabada lands another huge accolade, and Mo Salah gets nanny stated by Liverpool.

Golf's final shot at glory delivers

The 100th PGA Championship delivered an incredible weekend of golf, and yet another Tiger Woods highlight that will be spoken about for years to come. The English Premier League gets underway, action from the MTN8, and the Proteas and Indians take a beating in the world of cricket.

The Premier League is back

Wits have got off to a flying starting the PSL, but all eyes will soon be fixed on the EPL this coming weekend. Arsenal are about to be solely owned by someone the fans absolutely hate, and the Proteas are looking for a clean sweep against Sri Lanka. Then the 100th PGA Championship is about to begin and with that comes a multitude of plot lines.

John Mitchell is actually leaving

The Bulls thought John Mitchell was staying, but it doesn't seem so anymore. A look at the Rugby Championship and how the Boks are shaping up. More experimentation for the Proteas in the Sri Lanka ODI series as Faf pulls out of the remaining games, and more from the court proceedings of Ben Stokes's trial for being a naughty boy.

PGA, Proteas & PSL

South Africa come up just short in topping the medals table of the African Athletics Championships. Justin Thomas wins big ahead of his defence of the PGA Championship, the Proteas wrap up the ODI series in Sri Lanka, and England edge India in their first test. Plus some Trump stuff and the restart of the PSL.

Your frenetic Friday sports mix

Akani Simbine claims gold at the African Athletics Champs. The Blue Bulls tell everyone that John Mitchell is going nowhere, Higuain goes to AC Milan as Juventus can't afford his wages, the WGC Bridgestone gets off to a flying start, and some intriguing test action between India and England as Kohli shines.

Serena's worst ever loss & FA to bid for WC 2030

6-1, 6-0, a score Serena has given over the years, but this time round she received. The FA consider putting themselves forward for the 2030 FIFA World Cup, Dale Steyn sees Shaun Pollock's test record as a burden now, and Africa's best athletes left stranded in Nigeria. Plus loads of golf and cricket in an action-packed podcast.

LeBron James's philanthropy & Roger Federer's logo

LeBron James is doing something special for the next generation, and in doing so redefining philanthropy. The legal battle around Roger Federer's personal logo is about to get messy. Kante to start earning double as Chelsea see his value, Jose thinks Man United is average, and Geraint Thomas is already living the good life after his Tour de France win.

A look at money in SA Rugby

Ben gets into what players earn in SA rugby, as John Mitchell is looking for the Bulls to break the bank to change the fortunes of the union. Neymar spills the beans on his actions after getting fouled. A look at the Ryder Cup teams heading into the final qualification events, and Caster Semenya's gender acceptance fight is strengthened.

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