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MONSTER ENERGY SON | WHERE TO WATCH

Here are some of the places you can watch the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Finals live from Togliatti on Saturday and Sunday.

19 / 07 / 2019, 09:50

Can’t make it to the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Finals in Togliatti on Saturday and Sunday? Here are some of the places you can enjoy the action live on TV and online ...

With both Finals starting 19:00 local time, fans around the world should note the earlier start time.

British fans can switch on BT Sport 1 at 3.45pm on Saturday and BT Sport 2 at the same time on Sunday as Lions trio Craig Cook, Chris Harris and Robert Lambert bid to better the nation’s silver medal success from 2018.

Polish viewers can tune into Canal+ from 16:30 on Saturday and Canal+ Sport from 16:30 on Sunday to get behind skipper Maciej Janowski, world No.2 Bartosz Zmarzlik and Maksym Drabik as they go for the nation’s first Monster Energy SON title.

Swedish fans can tune into TV3 Sport from 16:45 on Saturday and Sunday to cheer on Freddie Lindgren, Peter Ljung and Filip Hjelmland.

Danish supporters can follow Leon Madsen, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Frederik Jakobsen’s fortunes by watching live on TV3 Sport from 16:45 on Saturday and 17:00 on Sunday.

Don’t go to bed, Aussie viewers! Enjoy the racing from 1am on Fox Sports as 2017 world champion Jason Doyle, Aussie champion Max Fricke and Jaimon Lidsey bid for the nation’s first world team title since 2002.

Russian fans not making the trip to Togliatti can see Emil Sayfutdinov, Artem Laguta and Gleb Chugunov live on Match TV from 19:00 as they bid for historic, back-to-back world titles.

German fans and viewers in certain other countries can enjoy the Monster Energy SON Finals live online via SGP TV. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2rBImGP.

The action is live for Norwegian viewers from 17:00 and Finnish followers from 18:00 on Viasat, with racing live for New Zealand viewers on Sky at 4am.

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