7 Days of Sport: D-day for the Home Nations’ Euro 2016 hopes



01:30, Sky Sports 2: Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints – A banged up Dallas continues without Tony Romo when they travel to New Orleans

22:00, Sky Sports 1: Phil Taylor v Vincent van der Voort – England v Netherlands in the darts World Grand Prix, with Taylor hunting a 12th title.


01:30, Sky Sports 2: Detroit Lions @ Seattle Seahawks – Last year’s Super Bowl runners up haven’t made the best of starts to the season, and will want to get back on track at home


19:45, BT Sport 1: Aldershot v Forest Green – With the international break on the horizon there’s a chance for Non-League Football to get some airtime. League-leaders Forest Green travel to Aldershot


19:45, Sky Sports 5: N Ireland vs Greece – Michael O’Neill’s side are assured at least third place in Group F, but will want to seal their first trip to a major tournament since 1986 automatically

19:45, Sky Sports 1: Republic of Ireland v Germany – It’s a huge night for the Republic too, who need a result over the Germans to keep their hunt for second spot alive


02:00, Sky Sports 4: Presidents Cup – Team USA prepare for the Ryder Cup by taking on a Rest of the World side captained by Nick Price

19:45, ITV1: England v Estonia – The only carrot dangling for England in Group E is the chance to head to France in 2016 with a 100 percent qualification record


19:45, Sky Sports 2: Bosnia-Herzegovina v Wales – It’s Chris Coleman, Gareth Bale and the rest of Wales’ big night, as they bid to secure their path to Euro 2016


14:30, Sky Sports 1: Notts County v Plymouth – Some welcome League 2 action on the box, as league-leading Plymouth travel to 16th-placed Notts County

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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.