What’s on this week’s big sports events list: 2018

Sports fans around the world are gearing up for the World Cup in 2019, and it’s all about family fun!

Here are the best family picnic and other family events happening in the United States, Canada, and Australia this week.

For the U.S.A., there are three big events this week, but only one is on TV.

The first two are on Friday and Saturday, and the third is on Sunday.

Here’s a look at the weekend’s best events:For Canada, the World Series of Poker is the big event on TV this week (at 6:00pm ET/PT), followed by the Masters golf tournament (8:00am ET/PST).

For Australia, the Ashes Test matches are on the CBS Sports Network (9:00a ET/2:00pPST), followed closely by the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne (9am ET, 5pm PT).

For the U-19 World Cup, the U20 Women’s World Cup is on ESPN2 (9a ET, 3:00 pPST) and the Junior World Cup on ESPN (7a ET).

Here’s how to get the best sports events on TV for your TV set.

For Australian viewers, the Rugby World Cup Finals is on ABC, while the Rugby Sevens Series is on Sky Sports.

For those in the U, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is on CBS (9pm ET), while the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship is on NBCSN (7pm ET).

For American viewers, all three of the big sports this week are on ESPN.

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament starts on Friday at 6:30pm ET.

The men’s and women’s NCAA golf championship starts on Saturday at 7:30am ET.

The U.N. Women’s Olympic basketball tournament will begin on Sunday, and will air on ABC (9 pm ET).

The U-20 Women`s World Cup starts on Monday at 6am ET and is expected to air on ESPN, NBCSN, ESPN2, TNT, and ABC News.