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Ireland’s Nations League, URC, GAA and more sport live on Sky this week

Here’s the biggest action to watch live on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Premier Sports over the next week, all in one place on Sky.

The club season has come to an end but there is plenty of football to offer as Ireland head into the UEFA Nations League – with two games to look forward to in the coming days including Ukraine’s visit to Dublin.

A weekend of sporting action lies ahead, with the URC quarter-finals, plenty of Irish interest in golf, the All-Ireland Football Championship proper and much, much more.

The Republic of Ireland’s first two UEFA Nations League games will be broadcast live on Premier Sports this week. Image: Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile

The Republic of Ireland’s Stephen Kenny’s side will look to build on their fine form with a quick start to the Nations League, starting with Boys in Green’s trip to Armenia live on Premier Sports on Saturday at 2pm.

Premier Sports have an extensive fixture list of Nations League fixtures over the next week including Ireland’s second game of the season against Ukraine at Aviva Stadium on Wednesday at 7.45pm.

Earlier on Sunday at 5pm, Sky Sports will be showing Ukraine’s remarkable pursuit of history live as they take on Wales for a place in Qatar in the 2022 World Cup play-off final.

Ukraine are one game away from the 2022 World Cup with their play-off final live on Sky Sports, while their game against Ireland will be broadcast on Premier Sports. Image: Steve Welsh/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

A mighty clash between the provinces ensues as the quarter-finals of the United Rugby Championship kick off Ulster host Munster live on Premier Sports on Friday at 7.35pm.

The same channel will show all four round of 16 matches this weekend, inclusive Leinster vs Glasgow Warriors on Saturday at 3:15 p.m.

The United Rugby Championship quarter-finals are here with Ulster vs Munster live on Premier Sports. Image: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

The provincials are over, and the All-Ireland First round qualification will start as last year’s finalists on Sky Sports Mayo takes on Monaghan on Sunday at 4 p.m.

Sky Sports is the place for you The commemorative tournament Thursday through Sunday with Shane Lowry, Rory McIlroy and Seamus Power in Dublin, Ohio.

Monaghan’s Karl O’Connell and Mayo’s Padraig O’Hora will face off in the first qualifying round of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship live on Sky Sports. Image: INPHO/John McVitty

Stick to Sky Sports for those US Women’s Open on the same days, while the Canadian Open and Scandinavian Mixed are shown from Thursday to next Sunday.

There’s a treat for European MMA fans as the UFC returns after a week’s hiatus and you won’t even have to stay up late with the Fight Night coverage Volkov vs Rozenstruik starts at 7pm on BT Sport.

Ireland’s Shane Lowry, Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy and Ireland’s Seamus Power will all be in action at The Memorial Tournament live on Sky Sports. Image: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images

It’s the moment all basketball fans have been waiting for when the NBA Playoff Finals begin. The Boston Celtics take on the Golden State Warriors in Game One on Friday at 1:45 p.m. The second game will take place on Monday, the third duel on Thursday.

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