A BOLA – Dragon and Alvalade in analysis at A BOLA DE SÁBADO (22.15) (A BOLA TV)

This Saturday, October 22, you will be able to see on your THE TV BALL (channel 13 on Meo, 31 on Vodafone and 64 on NOWO)

The aftermath of Benfica’s victory at the Estádio do Dragão and the analysis of Sporting’s victory over Casa Pia set the tone forTHE SATURDAY BALL. Although it has already taken place this Friday, the Estádio do Dragão challenge promises to continue fueling current national football. Fernando Guerra, journalist, Vítor Manuel, coach, Júlio António and Pedro Henriques, refereeing specialist, all commentators THE TV BALL, will discuss the vicissitudes of the matches and the consequences for the championship, highlighting Benfica’s expressive advantage of six points over FC Porto. João José Pires, editorial coordinator, moderates the conversation.

Fernando Guerra and Vítor Manuel launch Sporting-Casa Pia (7.00 p.m./7.45 p.m.)

FC Porto-Benfica decided, it’s time to analyze Dragão’s challenge and launch Sporting-Casa Pia, game of the 10th round of the League. Fernando Guerra, journalist, and Vítor Manuel, coach and commentator, take part in theTHE BALL OF SEVEN Fr’THE BALL AT 8, programs hosted by journalist Joana Pires.

Handball: Avanca-Sporting with LIVE broadcast (3:00 p.m.)

THE TV BALL proposes this Saturday (3.00 p.m.) another transmission DIRECT of the Handball League. Artística de Avanca and Sporting meet at the Pavilhão Comentador Adelino Dias Costa in a match counting for the 5th round of the competition. The lions count the four games they played as wins… while Avanca lost all four games they played. Benfica lead the competition with three points ahead of Sporting and ABC… but they still have a game.

Women’s Basketball: Francisco Franco-Benfica School LIVE (11.00h)

transmissions DIRECT this Saturday they start at 11:00 a.m. with the Escola Francisco Franco-Benfica match, a match counting for the 5th round of the Betclic Feminina League. The Funchal match pits two teams against each other who occupy opposite positions in the league table. The reds are in second place, one game less than leader Esgueira. The Madeira team is yet to win the biggest women’s basketball tournament.

Gastão Elias in PLAY AT HOME (2:30 p.m.)

We traveled to the land of the dinosaurs, in search of the roots of the Portuguese tennis player who once occupied the 57th position in the ATP rankings and who recently won the two Oeiras Open challenger tournaments. Let’s find out where the first pass of Gastão Elias’ career took place, in Lourinhã. PLAY AT HOME it is a trip to the homeland of each of the protagonists. But, as the man does not live only balloon, we will taste the best gastronomy, the best wines and will show the best landscapes of the origins of the stars.

Chakall speeds up in LET IT ROLL (5:30 p.m.)

Chief Chakall is the guest of LET IT ROLL, a program of conversations/interviews with familiar faces on television. The theme revolves around the guest experience on the bikes. In this episode, Chief Chakall.

Verstappen behind the scenes in F1 (6 p.m.)

In this episode, we focus on Max Verstappen, who is already a two-time world champion, with four rounds remaining in the season. We look at Logan Sargeant’s prospects at Williams, and we look at the Haas team. We also provide a preview of the United States Grand Prix and a summary of the latest news, inside and outside the paddock.

LE GRILL speeds up at 8:30 p.m.

From Formula 1 to NASCAR, including World Rally and World Endurance, this series follows all the action and behind the scenes of world stars. Unprecedented access to the greatest teams and personalities in motorsport, GRID It’s an unmissable blend of four-wheel-drive action and a unique, insider look at the best racers on the planet.

The Good, the Bad and the Hungry at ESPN MOMENT (8:55 p.m.)

In this episode, we witness the rise of food contests in the United States: who can eat 50 hot dogs in 12 minutes or 62 slices of pizza in 12? We are witnessing the rivalry between the six-time world champion, the Japanese Takeru “Tsunami” Kobayashi, and the American hero, Joey Chestnut.


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