Seven's Super Saturday – 21 August.

17 Aug 2004, 09:50:10 AM

Wallabies tackle South Africa in Durban.
The winner: Tri Nations Champion.

Grant Hackett swims for gold in the 1500 metres in Athens.

Jana Pittman tests her knee in the heats of the 400 metres hurdles.

32 gold medals in one day in Athens.

The Seven Network today confirmed broadcast times for its coverage of the biggest rugby match since the Rugby World Cup: Australia v South Africa this Saturday.

The match – the final in the Tri-Nations series - will determine the winner of the series following a series of stirring Wallabies' victories and the Boks' stunning defeat of the All Blacks. Seven's live coverage – with commentary from Gordon Bray, Tim Horan and Dan Crowley – kicks off at 9:00pm on Saturday.

Leading into Seven's rugby coverage will be the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad. It is the biggest day of the Games – with 32 gold medals in 14 sports, headlined by Grant Hackett's bid for gold in the 1500 metres freestyle. Add in Jana Pittman on the track in the heats of the 400 metres hurdles, and it's shaping up as perhaps the most extraordinary night in sports television.

Seven's live coverage of the Olympic Games commences at 1:30pm (with complete highlights through the day from 5:00am). The Dream with Roy and H.G – live from the Sparta Club – is scheduled for 8:00pm.