Boxing update: here’s how to watch Golovkin vs Kell on Saturday

TalkTalk has announced that Saturday’s boxing match between Gennady Golovkin and Kell Brook will be available to watch for £14.95. The provider says this makes it the cheapest way to watch the bout in the UK - we’ll get into that.

It's likely to be an interesting matchup, as British IBF world welterweight champion Kell Brook goes after Golovkin's IBF, WBC and WBA world middleweight titles.

The fight coverage will start at 6pm on Saturday 10 September, and be shown on Sky Sports Box Office. If you miss the match, don't worry - you can watch repeats at 9am and 4pm on Sunday 11 September.

Those with TalkTalk Plus TV will also be able to record the match, if desired. If they do, they'll have until the end of Sunday 11 September to watch it.

The match will also be available on Virgin Media, which also includes Sky Box Office. It'll also cost £14.95 to watch - the same as TalkTalk. Which, when you think about it, makes TalkTalk's claim that its service is the cheapest way to watch a little dubious. That said, TalkTalk TV is cheaper than Virgin Media, so it probably just about gets away saying it. Just.

Sky is also showing the bout (well, duh - it is on Sky box office). Sky customers will have to pay £16.95 to view the action.

Regardless of which TV service you favour, the match is available to order right now.

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