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7 Days of Sport: Decisive week ahead in cricket and rugby union

| 22.02.2015

Monday

12:30, BT Sport 2: Qatar Total Open – Petra Kvitova, Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki all battle it out for this title.

18:00, ESPN: Napoli v Sassuolo – Serie A action as Napoli look to bounce back from defeat last time out to keep their top-four ambitions in check.

Tuesday

03:30, Sky Sports 2: West Indies v Zimbabwe – After humiliating defeat to Ireland, West Indies responded perfectly in thrashing Pakistan. Can they keep the momentum?

19:45, ITV: Manchester City v Barcelona – There isn’t a better way for City to prove they belong in the Champions League than beating one of the most in-form sides in Europe.

Wednesday

19:45, Sky Sports 1: Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid – Last year’s runners up will fancy their chances of taking a step closer to another final after this plum German draw.

19:45, Sky Sports 5: Arsenal v Monaco – Arsenal have a long history of getting out of their Champions League group and doing little else, their draw against Monaco is a chance at something different.

Thursday

20:05, ITV: Everton v Young Boys – A convincing 4-1 win over the Swiss outfit in the first leg makes this outing a formality in the Europa Legue.

20:30, Sky Sports 1: Michael van Gerwen v Adrian Lewis – Yet another heavyweight clash in the Premier League darts as two former world champions do battle.

Friday

03:30, Sky Sports 2: South Africa v West Indies – This could be a pivotal clash in Pool B as the fight for a quarter-final spot intensifies with Ireland’s strong play.

Saturday

01:30, Sky Sports 2: New Zealand v Australia – The mouth-watering matches at the World Cup keep coming as arguably the two most fancied sides for the trophy do battle.

17:00, BBC One: France v Wales – The Six Nations returns to action with this match most likely deciding who will finish third in this year’s standings.

Sunday

15:00, BBC One: Ireland v England – The match everyone has been waiting for as the winner is largely expected to claim the Six Nations title.

16:00, Sky Sports 1: Chelsea v Tottenham – After the 5-2 shellacking Spurs handed Chelsea in the Premier League, the Capital One Cup final is all the more intriguing.

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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.