The 2019 SEA Games is arguably our biggest offering for Astro Sports Pack subscribers
this week, but make sure you don't skip other exciting live sports events on Astro and Astro GO
as highlighted below (coverage is subject to change).
2019 SEA Games
November 25 - December 11
Astro Arena (CH801 & CH802)
Hosting the regional multi-sport meet for the first time since 2005, the Philippines are going all out by featuring a record of 529 events in 56 sports, including esports and obstacle racing for the first time. For Malaysia, the national contingent aims to win at least 70 gold medals
from those events.
UCL: Barcelona vs Borussia Dortmund
Thursday, November 28 @ 4:00am
beIN Sports Max (CH825)
Group F leaders Barcelona can seal their spot in the last 16 with a home win over second-placed Dortmund, which could give third-placed Inter an opportunity to move ahead of Lucien Favre's side in the penultimate round of the UEFA Champions League group stage.
UEL: Arsenal vs Eintracht Frankfurt
Friday, November 29 @ 4:00am
beIN Sports Max (CH819)
With just one win in their last eight games in all competitions, Unai Emery is under pressure to ensure the Gunners bounce back in the UEFA Europa League and bag a win against Eintracht, sealing their spot in the knockout phase at the same time. Failing to do so, coupled with Standard Liege's potential win over Vitoria, they might face a tricky visit to Standard on December 12 in their final Group F match.
NBA: New Orleans Pelicans vs Los Angeles Lakers
Thursday, November 28 @ 10:30am
Astro Supersport 4 (CH814 & CH834)
Most NBA fans have surely been keeping an eye on this encounter since the schedule confirrmation as it sees former Pelicans star Anthony Davis return to the Smoothie King Center for the first time since joining the Lakers. There is another mini reunion on the card, with Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball likely to be fit to face their former team who drafted them.
Premier League: Chelsea vs West Ham United
Saturday, November 30 @ 11:00pm
Astro Supersport 2 (CH812 & CH832)
A London derby is always a feisty affair, but the upcoming game between Chelsea and West Ham could get slightly more competitive due to Frank Lampard, who came through the Hammers' youth system, being in charge of the Blues. It is also the first time he gets to take on his former team as a manager.
UEFA EURO 2020 Draw
Sunday, December 1 @ 1:00am
Astro Arena (CH801 & CH802), Astro Supersport 2 (CH812 & CH32)
Although five teams are yet to be identified, the draw for the 16th edition of the European Championship is set to take place this week in Bucharest, Romania. Depending on how it goes, we could be seeing a tasty-looking group consisting three-time winners Spain, world champions France, title holders Portugal and Wales.
F1: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Sunday, December 1 @ 8:00pm
Fox Sports (CH815 & CH835)
It's lights out and away we go for the last time for the 2019 season! There's not much left to race for except in the case of several drivers, such as Max Verstappen (260 points) and Charles Leclerc (249 points) who need to battle it out for a third-placed finish on the World Drivers' Championship standings, as well as a three-way fight among Pierre Gasly, Carlos Sainz and Alex Albon for sixth place.
Bundesliga: Borussia Mönchengladbach vs SC Freiburg
Sunday, December 1 @ 10:30pm
Fox Sports 3 (CH817 & CH837)
A year ago, nobody would've believed you if you said this would be a top-four encounter, and yet, here we are, with league leaders Mönchengladbach hosting fourth-placed Freiburg. A win for the visitors would see them close a three-point gap between them.
La Liga: Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona
Monday, December 2 @ 4:00am
beIN Sports (CH818)
With just three points separating them, Diego Simeone's side have an opportunity to move level on points with league leaders Barca, albeit having played a game more. Besides that, the game marks Antoine Griezmann's first game back at the Wanda Metropolitan Stadium since his controversial exit last summer.
FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Final
Monday, December 2 @ 5:00am
Astro Supersport (CH811 & CH831)
The beach soccer spectacle in Paraguay has lived up to expectations so far with a goal galore and stunning results, such as defending champions Brazil and 2015 winners Portugal playing out a 16-goal thriller and the host nation already being knocked out in the group stage, among others.