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MALILLA | WHERE TO WATCH

If you can’t make it to the Betard Scandinavian SGP in Malilla on Saturday, here are some of the places you can tune in on TV or online.

10 / 08 / 2018, 09:59

If you can’t make it to the Betard Scandinavian SGP in Malilla on Saturday, you can still catch the racing live on TV or online. Here are some of the places you can tune in ...

British fans can switch on BT Sport 2 at 5.45pm as World Championship leader Tai Woffinden bids to extend his 20-point advantage, with Craig Cook out to build on his Cardiff semi-final.

Polish supporters can catch the racing on Canal+ Sport from 18:30 as Patryk Dudek, Maciej Janowski, Bartosz Zmarzlik and Przemyslaw Pawlicki take to the shale.

Swedish fans not in Malilla can get behind World Championship challenger Freddie Lindgren and wild card Peter Ljung by watching the action on TV10 from 18:45.

Danish supporters can cheer on triple world champion Nicki Pedersen by watching live on TV3 Sport from 18:55.

Australian fans can tune into Fox Sports at 3am (Eastern time) on Sunday morning to follow world champion Jason Doyle and Chris Holder’s fortunes.

American viewers, German fans, Russian supporters and viewers in certain other countries can enjoy the Betard Scandinavian SGP live online. Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/2rBImGP.

 

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