7 Days of Sport: Crunch time for Ireland’s Euro 2016 hopes



01:30, Sky Sports 2: Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys – The Eagles take a trip to Dallas looking to improve to 4-4 for the season

19:45, BT Sport 2: FC United v Chesterfield – The FA Cup spotlight shines on the hosts, who take on Chesterfield from three tiers above them in the footballing pyramid


15:00, ITV4: Judd Trump v Kyren Wilson – Wilson beat Trump in the recent Shanghai Masters final to win his first title and the pair clash again in the Champion of Champions event

19:00, Sky Sports 1: Grand Slam of Darts – The fourth day of the Wolverhampton tournament gets underway


11:00, Sky Sports 2: Pakistan v England – Having played the Test series in virtual anonymity, the UAE will come alive with the start of the ODI series


19:45, Sky Sports 3: Norway v Hungary – It’s the nail-biting drama of the Euro 2016 playoffs, with Norway and Hungary kicking things off


19:45, ITV1: Spain v England – Preparations for Euro 2016 can begin for Roy Hodgson, with this the first of a tough set of friendlies

19:45, Sky Sports 1: Bosnia-Herzegovina v Republic of Ireland – While England have booked their spot next summer, it’s the playoff route for Ireland again


12:30, Sky Sports 1: Rochdale v Wigan – The international break gives League’s One and Two the chance to take the spotlight, starting with Rochdale’s battle with the Latics

19:45, Sky Sports 1: Sweden v Denmark – It’s an all-Nordic clash in the latest Euro 2016 playoff clash and Zlatan vs Lord Bendtner to boot


16:00, BBC One: Brazilian Grand Prix – Lewis Hamilton continues his precession of the Formula One season, having already been crowned champion

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Matt Wiggins

No idyllic sound comes close to leather on willow for Matt, whose previous experience includes stints with Spin Magazine and Surrey County Cricket Club. It's not just cricket that interests him though, with football, golf, tennis and any American sport not played on ice all high on his list of favourites.