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7 Days of Sport: Liverpool have two massive games this week

| 08.02.2015

Monday

19:45, Sky Sports 1 – MK Dons v Bradford: With both teams playing as recently as Saturday entertainment could lose out to weariness, but with an unbeaten streak of six it’s the hosts that should be most confident.

20:00, Channel 4 – The Jump: Mike Tindall is still the odds-on favourite to win the show, but will that still be the case after the latest round of action?

Tuesday

20:00, BT Sport 1 – Liverpool v Tottenham: Having come from behind to beat Arsenal, Spurs know that another collection of points against fellow top-four chasers Liverpool will do their continental cause no harm.

Wednesday

19:00, Sky Sports 5 – Barcelona v Villarreal: The first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals sees Villarreal making the tough trip to the Camp Nou

19:45, BT Sport 1 – Chelsea v Everton: After Man City could only draw with Hull, Chelsea’s lead in the Premier League grew. Can they continue to pile on the pressure with another win?

Thursday

20:00, Sky Sports 4 – AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am: The PGA Tour moves on from the Farmers Insurance Open to Pebble Beach, where Jimmy Walker is the defending champion

20:30, Sky Sports 1 – Adrian Lewis v Phil Taylor: The headline match of this week’s Premier League action sees these two World Champions do battle

Friday

17:10, Sky Sports 4 – Lions v Hurricanes: Action from Rugby Union’s Super 15 competition sees the South African Lions take on the Hurricanes of New Zealand

22:00, Sky Sports 2 – New Zealand v Sri Lanka: The opening match of the cricket World Cup from the Hagley Oval as the co-hosting Kiwi’s look to make a fast start

Saturday

14:30, BBC One – England v Italy: Having battled back so well to overcome Wales in their Six Nations opener, England will expect a slightly easier time of it against the competition’s wooden spoon favourites

17:30, BT Sport 1 – Crystal Palace v Liverpool: The Reds have had a tough time beating the Eagles of late and with Alan Pardew breathing new life into the hosts, they could struggle once again in the FA Cup

Sunday

03:30, Sky Sports 2 – India v Pakistan: One of cricket’s great rivalries gets the added importance of a World Cup thrown in to it. One not to miss

16:00, BT Sport 1 – Arsenal v Middlesbrough: Having knocked out defending Premier League champions Manchester City in the last round, Middlesbrough will eye the reigning FA Cup holders in the next

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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.