San-So, the Brazilian national team, the NBA… Find out where to watch Thursday’s sporting events

San-So, the Brazilian national team, the NBA... Find out where to watch Thursday's sporting events

This Thursday (6), between So Paulo and Santos, there is a ball rolling for the derby by Brasileirao. In addition, there will be other major sporting events on the day, such as the opening of the NBA Preseason, the Brazil national team on the field for the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers and much more.

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Watch the main matches and broadcast schedule of the day below:

Brazil

6:30 pm – Sao Paulo x Santos

Where to watch: Premiere

South American Playoffs

19h30 – Venezuela x Brazil

Where to watch: Sport TV

7:45 pm – Uruguay x Colombia

Where to watch: SportTV 3

7:40 pm – Paraguay x Argentina

Where to watch: SportTV 2

22h – Peru x Chile

Where to watch: SportTV 2

basketball

11 p.m. – NBA (Pre-Season)

Miami Heat x Houston Rockets

Where to watch: ESPN 2

3:30 PM – Euroleague

Bayern x Barcelona

Where to watch: DAZN

nation league

14:45 – Belgium x France (Semifinal)

Where to watch: TNT

Under-17 Brazilian Cup

3:45 PM – Atlético-MG x So Paulo

Where to watch: Sport TV

surf

14h – Grom Search Surf

Where to watch: SportTV 2

asian options

8 a.m. – South Korea vs. Syria

Where to watch: Star+

11:30 am – Iraq x Lebanon

Where to watch: Star+

1:45 pm – UAE x Iran

Where to watch: Star+

12:00 – China x Vietnam

Where to watch: Star+

1:55 pm – Saudi Arabia x Japan

Where to watch: Fox Sports

3:30 PM – Australia x Oman

Where to watch: Star+

CONCACAF Eradication

20h30 – United States x Jamaica

Where to watch: Star+

Baseball (MLB)

17h – Chicago White Sox x Houston Astros

Where to watch: Fox Sports

21h – Boston Red Sox x Tampa Bay Rays

Where to watch: Fox Sports

American Football (NFL)

21h15 – Los Angeles Rams x Seattle Seahawks

Where to watch: ESPN

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