7 Days of Sport: West Brom prominent in Champions League week



01:30, Sky Sports 2: Denver Broncos @ Detroit Lions – Peyton Manning takes his Broncos outfit to winless Detroit hoping to make it three wins out of three to start the season

20:00, Sky Sports 1: West Brom v Everton – The Baggies host the Toffees with both sides struggling to set the scoreboard alight in the Premier League


16:45, ITV4: Tonga v Namibia – Neither side are expected to reach the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup, but have the chance to showcase their skills in Exeter

19:45, BT Sport 2: Arsenal v Olympiakos – After falling to defeat in Zagreb in the opening game, Arsenal will need to rally back at home in the Champions League


19:45, BT Sport Europe: Man United v Wolfsburg – With his Red Devils top of the Premier League, Louis van Gaal will look to correct the Champions League form that saw them lose at PSV last time

19:45, BT Sport Extra: Juventus v Sevilla – An intriguing battle between last season’s Champions League finalists and Europa League victors is in store


16:45, ITV 1: Wales v Fiji – Following their uplifting win in the face of injuries against England, Wales look to record consecutive triumphs when they battle the Fijians

20:00, BT Sport 2: Celtic v Fenerbahce – The Ladbrokes Premiership giants go up against Robin van Persie, Nani and the rest of the Fener side in Group A


19:45, Sky Sports 2: Rotherham v Burnley – The on-the-rise Millers look to make it three wins on the spin when they host Sean Dyche’s Burnley, themselves winless in two


12:45, BT Sport 1: Crystal Palace v West Brom – Alan Pardew’s Eagles hope to dampen West Brom’s confidence on the road. The visitors are yet to lose an away league game this term

17:30, Sky Sports 1: Chelsea v Southampton – A second consecutive slot on Saturday Night Football for the Blues, after last week’s draw with Newcastle


13:30, Sky Sports 1: Everton v Liverpool – The first Merseyside derby of the season arrives with Brendan Rodgers under constant pressure

16:00, Sky Sports 1: Arsenal v Man Utd – Arsene Wenger has lost more games against Manchester United as a manager than any other club, dropping 24 of the 50 he’s contested

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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.