Rugby league, snooker and tennis take centre stage on Friday with plenty of live streaming action available from your computer of iPad.
The two games being streamed live from the NRL on Friday are Canterbury Bulldogs against Parramatta Eels and the Brisbane Broncos versus New Zealand Warriors.
Canterbury Bulldogs have the opportunity, for 24 hours at least, to go level at the top of the NRL with Melbourne Storm when they take on rock bottom Parramatta Eels.
The Doggies have 26 points and they know that by picking up win number 12, as well as the Storm losing against the Cowboys, they will have a fantastic shot at winning the Minor Premiership.
Canterbury come into this game on the back a hard-fought 32-20 win over Wests Tigers and they will be confident of collecting more points on home soil.
Parra are two points adrift at the bottom with Penrith Panthers their nearest target, but being honest aside from a couple of games the Eels have been shocking all season and they are more than likely going to collect the wooden spoon.
The Eels come into this game on the back of a 40-24 drubbing at the hands of defending NRL champions Manly Sea Eagles.
Brisbane Broncos still have their sights set on the Minor Premiership and they will be looking for all three points against the New Zealand Warriors on Friday.
Anthony Griffin’s men are currently in fourth spot on the league ladder with 24 points, four behind league leaders Melbourne Storm, and they will be hoping to pick up win number 11.
The Broncos come into this game on the back of a bye, although their last outing in Round 17 saw them crash to a 26-12 defeat at home against Cronulla Sharks.
The Warriors, who were runners up in last year’s Grand Final, are hanging on to the eighth and final play-off spot by the skin of their teeth.
They currently have 20 points thanks to eight wins this season, although they are just above ninth placed Wests Tigers on points difference, so it is important they keep on winning.
The Australian Goldfields Open continues on Friday with a number of matches being streamed live online from Bendigo.
The Australian Goldfields Open has reached the quarter-final stage with four key matches taking place.
The last eight line-up will see Mathew Selt take on Barry Hawkins, Martin Gould against Mark David, Shaun Murphy v Peter Ebdon and Stephen Lee facing Marco Fu.
There is plenty of live tennis action being streamed live on Thursday with Serena Williams in action at the WTA Stanford.
As well as the Women’s events the men will also be on court at the ATP Batsad, ATP Newport and ATP Umag.
To make sure you do not miss a second of the action by checking out the full live streaming schedule below:
00:00 - TENNIS - WTA - Stanford
04:00 - TENNIS - Dominika Cibulkova v Erika Sema
04:00 - SNOOKER - Goldfields Open
04:00 - TENNIS - WTA - Stanford
07:55 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - FIVB Grand Slam
08:55 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Coop Beachtour
09:00 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Muriel Graessli / Tanja Goricanec vs Saskia Seghers / Ingrid Volpi Preti
10:00 - TENNIS - ATP - Bastad
10:00 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Claudia Lehmann / Tatjana Zautys vs Marlen Brunner / Tanja Hüberli
10:15 - BASKETBALL - Meralco vs B-MEG Llamados
10:35 - RUGBY LEAGUE - Brisbane Broncos v New Zealand Warriors
10:35 - RUGBY LEAGUE - Canterbury Bulldogs v Parramatta Eels
11:00 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Ana Gallay / Virginia Zonta vs Amelia Moreira / Vanessa Silva-Jorge
12:00 - TENNIS - Challenger - Scheveningen
12:00 - BEACH VOLLEYBALL - Taryn Sciarini / Cosima Wieland vs Joana Heidrich / Romana Kayser
12:30 - BASKETBALL - Petron Blaze Boosters vs Talk N Text
13:00 - TENNIS - ATP - Stuttgart
15:00 - TENNIS - WTA Palermo
15:30 - TENNIS - Challenger - San Benedetto
16:00 - TENNIS - ATP Newport
16:30 - TENNIS - ATP Umag
17:00 - SOCCER - Alania Vladikavkaz v Al Jaish
22:00 - TENNIS - WTA - Stanford