12:30, Sky Sports 1: Watford v Middlesbrough – The Hornets had to endure a tough game against Derby with 10 men last time out, and the big games keep on coming with league leaders Middlesbrough in town.
17:00, Sky Sports 2: Catalan Dragons v Widnes – Both teams are looking over their shoulder, rather than up the league table, as they meet at the Stade Gilbert Brutus. A win for either would push them up towards the top four.
19:00, Sky Sports 5: Atletico Madrid v Real Sociedad – Atletico Madrid’s title defence looks to be over with nine points separating them and leaders Barcelona. A top four place looks to be the new mission as David Moyes’ men arrive.
19:45, Sky Sports 3: Fiorentina v Juventus – This Coppa Italia is delicately poised with the underdogs, Fiorentina, holding a 2-1 win from the first leg as they return to the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
14:30, Sky Sports 2: Kolkata v Mumbai – The new season of IPL cricket kicks off on a new channel as Gautam Gambhir’s Kolkata Knight Riders host the Mumbai Indians.
19:45, BT Sport 1: Blackburn v Liverpool – Operation Get Gerrard To Wembley resumes with an FA Cup replay over the Championship side.
19:00, Sky Sports 4: The Masters – Rory McIlroy opens his bid to claim a career Grand Slam as the 6/1 market leader to claim the Green Jacket.
19:00, Sky Sports 5: PSV v Zwolle – PSV hold an eight-point advantage over their nearest rivals at the top of the Eredivisie and will expect to pick up another win at home to seventh-placed Zwolle.
12:45, BT Sport 1: Swansea v Everton – Roberto Martinez returns to his old stomping ground needing a win to ease any relegation fears at Goodison Park.
17:30, Sky Sports 1: Burnley v Arsenal – The most optimistic Gunners fans may believe there is still an outside chance at the title, and a win at Turf Moor will only add fuel to that fire.
06:00, Sky Sports F1: Chinese Grand Prix – Lewis Hamilton arrives as the Constructors Championship leader, the defending Chinese Grand Prix champion and the 4/6 favourite.
16:00, Sky Sports 1: Man Utd v Man City – According to Louis Van Gaal, Man United still have their eyes on the title. In order to stop the laughter, the Dutchman must engineer a win over the clubs fierce rivals at Old Trafford.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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