Arm Chair supporters of the world unite grab a cold one, place a bet or two and enjoy the awesome bank holiday sporting weekend ahead that includes Cup Finals, play Off finals, formula 1, ODIs and a baa-baas game!
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Saturday 27th May
Scottish Cup final - Kick Off 1500hrs, Hampden Park
The final for the most prestigious cup competition in Scotland will be contested for the 132nd time by this season’s all-conquering Celtic and Aberdeen.
Celtic will be looking to complete a domestic treble after already lifting the Scottish League Cup and Scottish Premiership title where they went unbeaten throughout the season amassing 106 points and a staggering 106 goals in 38 matches.
FA Cup Final - Kick Off 1730hrs. Wembley Stadium
This the 136th FA Cup Final will be contested by Arsenal and Chelsea.
Arsenal will be looking for to lift the cup for a record 13th time, whilst competing in a record 20th Final and looking to silence their manager’s critics.
Chelsea will hope to complete a Cup and League double in what has been a rebirth since arrival which included setting a new premiership record of 30 wins in a season.
England v South Africa, 2nd ODI At the Rose Bowl
England will be looking to wrap up the three-match series after their 72 run victory at Headingley in the 1st ODI. Can South Africa Bounce back?
Premiership final - Kick off 1430hrs, Twickenham
Wasps v Exeter Chiefs
Now in its 15th year who will win the right to call themselves Aviva Premiership Rugby Champions?
The top two at the end of the regular season battle it out for the title after both coming through nail-biting semi-finals.
Will it be the Chiefs year in to lift the title for the first time in what is their 2nd successive Premiership Play-off Final or will Wasps lift the trophy for the seventh time, their first since 2008.
The pundits are predicting a game full of attacking rugby, let us hope they are right.
Pro12 Grand Final- Kick off 1815hrs, Aviva Stadium
The eighth Pro12 Grand Final will be played by Scarlets and Munster. Ireland v Wales after the semi-finals saw these two teams defeat the countrymen of their fellow finalists.
Passion and emotion will be at the forefront as Munster will be looking to dedicate the title to their fallen star and head coach Anthony Foley who died earlier in the season.
Sunday 28th May
Monaco Grand Prix
It is every driver's dream to win this glamorous race in the Principality of Monaco, since its inauguration in 1950.
The Reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton has the current lap record, which he set last year when he also topped the podium.
Who will reign supreme after 78 laps of this 3.337km metropolitan circuit?
League Two Play-Off Final - Kick-off 1500hrs, Wembley
Blackpool v Exeter City F.C. Goal action is what is expected in this one after 22 goals were scored in the proceeding semi-finals.
Blackpool have previously won two League 2 play-off finals (1992, 2001) but this will be the first time the boys from the southern St James Park have made a league 2 playoff final appearance.
Exeter finished the regular season in 5th place above Blackpool in 7th but Blackpool have the best head to head this season after a 2 2 draw in February but a 2 nil victory in August.
Who will be joining Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle and Doncaster Rovers in League One next season?
England XV v Barbarians - Kick off 1500hrs, Twickenham
The Old Mutual Wealth Cup is up for grabs but entertainment will be the call as in all Baa-Baas games.
Eddie Jones will want a dominant England display from his charges as he looks to finalise his plans before they head off on their Summer tour of Argentina.
Bank Holiday Monday 29th May
Championship Play-Off Final- Kick off 1500hrs, Wembley
This has long been billed the richest football game in the world and last season was quoted to be worth in the long run £200 million to the winners.
This year's Championship play-off final takes place between Huddersfield Town and Reading FC with the Terriers hoping to reach the Premiership for the first time and where Jaap Stam will be wanting to lead the Royals back into to the promised land after an absence of four years.
Who will we be watching alongside Newcastle United and Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premiership next season?
England v South Africa the 3rd ODI at Lords
Will the series already be won or will be in line for a decider? There are many worse ways to round off a what should be a breathtaking bank holiday sporting weekend.
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