Ketlen Vieira vs Miesha Tate date: UK start time, live stream, fight undercard and how to follow UFC Fight Night 198 – Scotland’s Joanne Calderwood in action

UFC women’s bantamweight rivals Ketlen Vieira and Miesha Tate face off in Las Vegas this weekend.

Vieira lost to Yana Kunitskaya last time out while Tate bounce back from consecutive defeats by beating Marion Reneau.

Ketlen Vieira and Miesha Tate clash at UFC Fight Night 198 in Las Vegas

Now they’ll clash in the headline bout to UFC Fight Night 198.

Scotland’s Joanne Calderwood will be in action on the card while welterweight ace Michael Chiesa will take on Sean Brady.

Vieira v Tate: Date and start time

The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, November 20 and is being held at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The main event fight between Vieira and Tate is expected to get underway at 2am on Sunday morning UK time.

Vieira v Tate: TV and live stream

The action will be shown on BT Sport 2 and their coverage of the prelims will start from 9pm.

It will be live streamed on BT Sport’s website and app for subscribers.

EE mobile customers will be able to get a FREE three-month trial of BT Sport by texting SPORT to 150. You can then cancel the trial at any time.

Fight Night events are also available via the UFC Fight Pass app, which costs £6.99 per month or £71.99 for a yearly subscription.

Joanne Calderwood will be in action this weekend
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Vieira v Tate: Fight card

Subject to change

Main card

  • Ketlen Vieira vs Miesha Tate
  • Michael Chiesa vs Sean Brady
  • Rani Yahya vs Kyung Ho Kang
  • Joanne Calderwood vs Taila Santos
  • Davey Grant vs Adrian Yanez

Preliminary card

  • Tucker Lutz vs Pat Sabatini
  • Rafa Garcia vs Natan Levy Women’s
  • Loma Lookboonmee vs Lupita Godinez
  • Fares Ziam vs Terrance McKinney
  • Cody Durden vs Qileng Aori
  • Sean Soriano vs Shayilan Nuerdanbieke
  • Luana Pinheiro vs Sam Hughes
Tate beat Marion Reneau by third-round TKO in her last UFC outing
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Vieira v Tate: What has been said?

Miesha Tate: “I remember what it feels like to be the Champ.

“I think about it a lot, every fight brings me one giant step closer.

“I’m bigger, stronger and better this camp. I can’t wait to showcase come Nov 2oth.

“It’s been a long road, I’ve seen some dark places…. but that was all just to enlighten my perspective.

“Nothing is the same, except my will to win. Never give up, never give in. I’m coming for it!”