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Joshua to defend IBF title against Molina this weekend

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Seconds out: make the most of the Joshua v Molina fight
Seconds out: make the most of the Joshua v Molina fight

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Anthony Joshua's fight against Eric Molina represents a great chance to bring in extra trade on Saturday evening. That plus more in our round-up of the best sport to show in the pub this weekend.

Football: Leicester v Manchester City (Saturday, 5.30pm) - BT Sport 1

Last season's league champions Leicester will be hoping to give their season a morale-boosting shot in the arm against Manchester City in the Saturday early evening Premier League kick off that can give a boost to Saturday evening food sales.

Boxing: Anthony Joshua v Eric Molina (Saturday, 10.30pm) - Sky Sports Box Office

Anthony Joshua is hot favourite to win an 18th consecutive fight by knock out against Eric Molina, but the match will still represent a fascinating barometer for how the Englishman is performing ahead of next year's much-touted potential fight against Wladimir Klitschko. The fight is backed up an intriguing under card, which means that this can provide a whole evening of entertainment for the viewers in the pub.

Rugby Union: Wasps v Connacht (Sunday, 1pm) - Sky Sports 2

The leading match of the weekend's European rugby action sees Wasps take on the Irish champions, Connacht. On top of this match, the weekend is dotted with intriguing encounters across both Sky Sports and BT Sport that customers may well be looking to watch in the pub.

Football: Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 2.15pm) - Sky Sports 1

Manchester United will be hoping to get some traction and close the gap on the league leaders when they face fifth-placed Tottenham. This game falls in the middle of three Premier League matches on Sunday that also coincide with various European rugby matches so have a plan in place for which matches will be shown on each screen in the pub.

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