19:45, BT Sport 1: Cagliari v Parma – It’s a battle at the bottom of Serie A as the already relegated Parma look to drag Cagliari down with them by picking up just seventh win of the season
20:00, Sky Sports 1: Hull v Arsenal – Many wrote Hull’s survival chances off after looking at their end-of-season run in, but consecutive wins over Crystal Palace and Liverpool suggests all may not be lost
15:30, Sky Sports 1: Mumbai Indians v Delhi Daredevils – The IPL rumbles on towards the playoff rounds, as two teams in contention to claim fourth spot battle it out
19:45, ITV 1: Juventus v Real Madrid – Both sides came through tight Champions League quarter final ties to approach this penultimate hurdle and neither will want leave themselves open now
15:30, Sky Sports 2: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kings XI Punjab – Kings XI are currently rooted to the foot of the IPL table, but know a run of wins will catapult them back up into the playoff picture
19:45, Sky Sports 1: Barcelona v Bayern Munich – Pep Guardiola returns to the Nou Camp, where he had so much success, looking to end his old club’s pursuit of the Champions League with the German giants
18:00, Sky Sports 4: Players Championship – Martin Kaymer starts his title defence of the biggest PGA tournament outside the Majors.
20:00, Sky Sports 2: Phil Taylor v Gary Anderson – It’s a repeat of the World Championship final with just as much at stake. Taylor sits three points behind Anderson for the last semi-final space, with two games to go.
10:30, Sky Sports 2: Ireland v England – The tour to West Indies has only just finished, so a largely reserve England squad head to Ireland to play a one-off ODI
19:00, Sky Sports 3: Madrid Masters – With Novak Djokovic pulling out there is a chance for someone other than tennis’ most in-form star to prepare perfectly for the upcoming French Open
12:45, BT Sport 1: Everton v Sunderland – The Black Cats’ bid survival faces a test against the Toffees, who have been on a surge to correct their stuttering season of late
19:30, Sky Sports 3: Anthony Joshua v Raphael Zumbano – The British heavyweight looks to continue his impressive start to pro fighting against the Brazilian challenger
13:30, Sky Sports 1: Man City v QPR – The Citizens have nothing put top four hopes to hang on as the season winds down, while QPR continue to scrap for their lives at the bottom
16:00, Sky Sports 1: Chelsea v Liverpool – This encounter had so much poignancy last season, instead it’ll just be a Premier League clash like any other this time around
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