Coming up we take a look at another weekend packed full of sporting action.
From the Hopman Cup final (tennis) to the Hyundai Tournament of Champions (golf) there is a variety of sport on offer.
Oxford United v Swansea City (Sunday 12:00)
Swansea City travel to the Kassam Stadium for an FA Cup third round tie against Oxford United on Sunday.
The Swans are struggling for form in the Premier League and are still without a permanent manager after sacking Garry Monk in December.
Meanwhile, the U’s are flying high in League Two in 3rd place, losing just once in their last ten matches.
Taking form and the magic of the FA Cup into account, this match has all the ingredients for a potential upset.
New Zealand v Sri Lanka (Sunday 06:00)
New Zealand host Sri Lanka in a Twenty20 (T20) international series match at Eden Park.
T20 is a faster version of the traditional game with both teams only bowling 20 overs each.
The visitors are the current T20 World Cup holders and are the highest ranked country in the world but will slip down to third if they fail to win on Sunday.
New Zealand are ranked 7th in the world and won the previous game on Thursday by three runs.
Hopman Cup Final (Sunday 07:30)
The Hopman Cup is the only official mixed team tennis tournament and consists of eight teams.
Each match-up consists of three matches – women’s singles, men’s singles and mixed doubles.
Australia Gold, Czech Republic, Ukraine and the United States of America are in Group A
Great Britain, who are being represented by Andy Murray and Heather Watson are in Group B with Australia Green, France and Germany.
The winner of each group will progress to the final with some fixtures being played today.
Toulonnaise v Bath (Sunday 15:15)
Bath travel to France for a crucial European Rugby Champions Cup tie against Toulonnaise.
Both teams are level on eight points in Pool five and will be looking to catch up with Wasps, who are top with 14 points having played a game extra.
Bath go into this game with just two wins in their last six games, handing Newcastle a first win of the season in their most recent match.
In stark contrast, Toulon have claimed victory in five of their last six previous matches.
Hyundai Tournament of Champions (Thursday – Sunday)
The PGA Tour gets underway in 2016 with the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Maui, Hawaii.
The golf tournament consists of 32 players who won official PGA tour events from the 2014-15 PGA Tour, including Jordan Spieth (No. 1), Jason Day (No. 2), Bubba Watson (No. 4), and Rickie Fowler (No. 6).
Rory Mcilroy, ranked number three in the world, has decided against making the trip to Hawaii in favour of starting his season at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
At the end of play, the winner of the Tournament of Champions will receive a winning share of $1,180,000 and 500 FedExCup points.