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Where to Watch with Sky Sports.

The penultimate round of the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) 2021 regular season takes place Copper Box Arena from 12:00 on  Sunday 13 June 2021.

As always, the Netball Family will be able to watch all ten clubs in action. Sky Sports will broadcast all Round 19 matches on TV and their official YouTube channel.

Interested in following your team or watching every game? Get all the information you need here:

Strathclyde Sirens vs Celtic Dragons:

Top four-chasing Strathclyde Sirens play Celtic Dragons at 14:00 on Sunday 13 June. You can watch for free on Sky Sports’ official YouTube channel here.

Team Bath Netball vs Saracens Mavericks:

Team Bath Netball take on semi-final hopefuls Saracens Mavericks at 16:00 on Sunday 13 June. Mavericks issued the league leaders with their only defeat of the season last time they met. You can watch for free on Sky Sports’ official YouTube channel here.

London Pulse vs Severn Stars:

London Pulse face league rivals Severn Stars which could help decide who finishes in the bottom three. This Round 19 tie takes place 18:00 on Sunday 13 June. You can watch for free on Sky Sports’ official YouTube channel here.

London Pulse vs Saracens Mavericks:

This London derby takes place at 17:15 on Monday 14 June as London Pulse host rivals Saracens Mavericks. You can watch on Sky Sports Arena and Mix with coverage starting at 17:00. UK viewers can also watch for free on Sky Sports’ YouTube here.

Our Netball Family in New Zealand can watch the action live on SKY Sport 3 at 05:15 (NZDT) on Tuesday 15 June.

Loughborough Lightning vs Manchester Thunder:

Loughborough Lightning take on fellow semi-finalists Manchester Thunder at 19:15 on Monday 14 June. You can watch on Sky Sports Main Event, Arena and Mix with coverage starting at 18:45. UK viewers can also watch for free on Sky Sports’ YouTube channel here.

Our Netball Family in New Zealand can watch the action live on SKY Sport 3 at 07:15 (NZDT) on Tuesday 15 June.

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