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UFC 251 LIVE TONIGHT: Usman vs Masvidal start time, round-by-round updates and full commentary of first Fight Island event

UFC 251 LIVE TONIGHT: Usman vs Masvidal start time, round-by-round updates and full commentary of first Fight Island event

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Fight Island is upon us and we’re on hand to bring you every minute of it. The action will be live on talkSPORT 2 on Sunday morning from 1am (UK time), while talkSPORT.com will be where you can see every KO and reaction. When does UFC 251 take place? UFC 251’s early prelims get under way from 11.30pm on Saturday night in the UK The prelims then start at 1am UK time The main card will begin at 3am UK time The main event of Usman vs Masvidal is expected to start at 5am UK time Where can I watch? In the UK, BT Sport 1 will be showing UFC 251 – it is NOT a pay-per-view in the UK The main card and prelims will be shown on the channel with their coverage starting at 1am In the US, the event will be broadcast on pay-per-view on ESPN+. Additionally, listen LIVE to all of the action on talkSPOR
Liverpool vs Burnley LIVE commentary: talkSPORT coverage from the home of the Premier League champions

Liverpool vs Burnley LIVE commentary: talkSPORT coverage from the home of the Premier League champions

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Premier League champions Liverpool take on in-form Burnley today as they continue their march towards a 100 points tally this season.The Reds beat Brighton last time out to move to 92 points this term and Jurgen Klopp’s side are eager to bring up the ton. Getty Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool host Burnley this weekend latest Man United news live: Battle with Chelsea and City for Chilwell, £60m signing close ADMIRE Barkley watched Lampard on Match of the Day and now models his game on Chelsea boss goss Arsenal news LIVE: Guendouzi still banished as talks planned, rival Ceballos interest
£1.57bn lifeline for arts – but no plans to resume live shows

£1.57bn lifeline for arts – but no plans to resume live shows

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A massive £1.57bn coronavirus lifeline for the arts is being promised by the government, but theatres and music venues could still remain closed until next year.The emergency cash aid, in grants and loans, has been welcomed by leading figures from the arts, but there will be dismay that there are still no plans to resume live performances. There are fears that many theatres, concert halls and other venues may not re-open until next summer, which would mean them remaining closed through Christmas - with no panto season. Image: UK culture has largely been confined to the internet - like this Take That show - since lockdown started in March Labour has dismissed the handout as "too little, too late" and a top Tory MP said it would only pr