Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson - Live stream, undercard, TV channel and instant full fight replay link details on BT Sport

Defending British middleweight champion Liam Williams lays his Lonsdale belt on the line against mandatory challenger Andrew Robinson in an unmissable headline bout at the BT Sport Studios on Saturday night.

Published: 8 October 2020 - 11.29am

Liam Williams will be looking to put on a showcase in defence of his British middleweight title hoping to send a message to WBO 160lb king Demetrius Andrade on Saturday night.

The Welshman faces Andrew Robinson in what he hopes will be the last barrier between him and a world title shot against 'Boo Boo' Andrade with Williams currently positioned as the mandatory challenger for the coveted strap.

One of the domestic scene's most underrated operators, Wiliams knows a show-stopping knockout will go some way to elevating his name to its rightful place at the top of British boxing.

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Also set to feature on a thrilling night of action at the BT Sport Studios, JJ Metcalf will defend his Commonwealth crown against former English champion Jack Flatley and heavyweight prospect Nathan Gorman aims to rebound after defeat to Daniel Dubois in a firefight against Ghanaian slugger Richard Lartey.

When is Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson?

The event will be shown exclusively live at 7pm on Saturday 10 October on BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport Ultimate and across our digital platforms.

What time is Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson ring walk?

As with any live sports broadcast, timings are subject to change given the unpredictable nature of what may occur on the undercard - but ring walks for the main event are likely to take place between 10.30pm and 11pm.

What if I can't watch Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson live?

No problem! Our brilliant enhanced video player is available on both the BT Sport app on mobile and tablet and BTSport.com.

You won't miss miss a second of the action thanks to our interactive timeline, which lets you control your own viewing experience by allowing you to scroll back through the entire card - or skip to your preferred fight using our 'chapters' feature.

And most importantly, the entire card will remain available to watch spoiler-free immediately after broadcast - as it will on our large screen device app. Bookmark this page and return at your leisure to tune in from the outset.

You can also watch a replay of the fight card on BT Sport on Sunday night. Check the TV Guide for more information.

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Under 'Settings' change the 'Landing page' option from 'Home' to 'Spoiler-free replays'.

You will then need to exit and close your app. Once you reload the app, your home page will default to the 'Spoiler-free' tab in the Sports navigation menu.

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How to live stream Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson on a phone or tablet

Anyone wanting to watch the fight can open the BT Sport app at 7pm on Saturday night and follow the link at the top of the homepage.

The app is available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.

How to live stream Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson on a laptop

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How to watch Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson on TV

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Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson Undercard

Liam Williams v Andrew Robinson - British middleweight title

James Metcalf v Jack Flatley - Commonwealth super welterweight title

Willy Hutchinson v Jose Miguel Fandino - Super middleweight

Nathan Gorman v Richard Lartey - Heavyweight

Mark Chamberlain v Shaun Cooper - Light heavyweight

Muheeb Fazeldin v Luke Jones - Super featherweight

Micky Burke v Dan Booth - Welterweight