XFL in the UK – Week 3 – Live TV Coverage on BT Sport

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XFL in the UK – Week 3 – Live TV Coverage on BT Sport
Updated on Saturday 22 February 2020
Posted by @TVNewsroom

Three week of the XFL takes place this weekend as another round of fixtures get underway.

Coverage gets underway on Saturday at 7.00pm on BT Sport ESPN as the Tampa Bay Vipers host the Houston Roughnecks at Raymond James Stadium.

The 2-0 Roughnecks face a Vipers side yet to win this season.

This is followed by the Seattle Dragons hosting the Dallas Renegades at CenturyLink Field.

Quarterback Landry Jones led the Renegades to their first ever win last week. Coverage starts at 10.00pm on BT Sport 2.

Sunday’s coverage begins at 8.00pm on BT Sport ESPN as the St Louis BattleHawks and New York Guardians meet at The Dome in America’s Centre.

And finally, The LA Wildcats host the DC Defenders at Dignity Health Sports Park from 11pm on BT Sport 1.

XFL 2020 – Week 3 – TV Schedule

Houston Roughnecks @ Tampa Bay Vipers (ABC 2pm ET)
Sat 22 Feb – BT Sport ESPN – 7.00pm

Dallas Renegades @ Seattle Dragons (FOX 5pm ET)
Sat 22 Feb – BT Sport 2 – 10.00pm

New York Guardians @ St Louis Battlehawks (ESPN 3pm)
Sun 23 Feb – BT Sport ESPN – 8.00pm

DC Defenders @ Los Angeles Wildcats (FS1 6pm)
Sun 23 Feb – BT Sport 1 – 11.00pm

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