7 Days of Sport: Big weeks ahead for Arsenal and Tottenham



01:30, Sky Sports 2: Green Bay Packers @ Denver Broncos – Two unbeaten teams and Super Bowl hopefuls clash at Sports Authority Field

20:00, Sky Sports 1: Tottenham v Aston Villa – Spurs face the struggling Villans in their first match following Tim Sherwood’s sacking


19:45, BT Sports Extra: Real Madrid v PSG – After a goalless first encounter, these two Champions League challengers owe us some entertainment

19:45, BT Sport Extra: Man Utd v CSKA Moscow – They were held to a 1-1 draw in Russia, but Man Utd will look to take all three points back at Old Trafford


19:45, BT Sport Europe: Bayern Munich v Arsenal – Can the Gunners repeat their heroics of two weeks ago? Or has their win at the Emirates simple angered the beast?

19:45, BT Sport 2: Chelsea v Dynamo Kiev – The circus surrounding Jose Mourinho continues to swirl as he prepares to face the Ukrainians


18:00, BT Sport Europe: Rubin Kazan v Liverpool – Now he’s picked up his first win, Jurgen Klopp will want to make it consecutive victories during his Russian trip

18:00, BT Sport Europe: Tottenham v Anderlecht – The north London derby approaches, how will Mauricio Pochettino handle his team selection for the Europa League?


19:30, Sky Sports 1: Nottingham Forest v Derby – Unbeaten in their last nine, the Rams will want to stretch that streak to 10 over their local rivals


17:30, Sky Sports 1: Stoke v Chelsea – They’ve already dumped them out of the Capital One Cup, can Stoke pour more misery on Chelsea in the league?


16:00, Sky Sports 1: Arsenal v Tottenham – Mathieu Flamini decided the first derby of the season, who will have the biggest say in the second?

18:30, Sky Sports 4: Sanderson Farms Championship – Action from the final round in Mississippi, where Nick Taylor is defending 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.