7 Days in Sport: Season-shaping week in store for Tottenham
10:30, British Eurosport: Welsh Open – Ronnie O’Sullivan is the 10/3 favourite for a tournament that he is defending champion of and three-time winner overall.
19:45, BBC One: Preston v Man Utd – Louis van Gaal has had a kind draw in his first FA Cup, but has made hard work of reaching this point so far. Can Preston end his misery?
15:00, Sky Sports 3: Rio Open – Both the ATP and WTA tours converge on Rio to try and claim the city’s tennis tournament for only the second time.
19:45, ITV: PSG v Chelsea – The Champions League returns to our screens with a very juicy offering in the last 16. These two met in the latter stages of the competition last season, the Blues breaking French hearts.
19:45, Sky Sports 5: Schalke v Real Madrid – The defending champions head to Germany for the first leg of their last 16 battle, where they have won 6-1 almost a year to the day ago.
19:45, Sky Sports 1: Basel v Porto – Not one of the glamour ties of the Champions League knockout rounds this season, but a chance for the former champions to progress further against weaker Swiss opponents.
20:05, BT Sport 2: Tottenham v Fiorentina – The return of European football means that UEFA’s B competition, the Europa League, is also back. The tie of the round pits two of the more fancied sides for the trophy together.
21:15, Sky Sports 1: Michael van Gerwen v Gary Anderson – The previous World Champion faces off against the current incumbent in a mouth-watering clash in the Premier League, in which both men are unbeaten
01:00, Sky Sports 2: New Zealand v England – The Cricket World Cup co-hosts are flying high after dismantling Sri Lanka in their opener, while England must regroup having been thoroughly outplayed by Australia in their first match.
22:00, Sky Sports 2: Pakistan v West Indies – In Pool B, the fight for qualification to the knockout stage continues with Misbah-ul-Haq’s men battling Jason Holders.
12:15, Sky Sports 1: Middlesbrough v Leeds – It’s tight at the top of the Championship. Two points separate the top four teams, meaning joint-leaders Boro must win to keep up the pressure.
17:30, Sky Sports 1: Man City v Newcastle – If City want to overhaul the seven-point gap Chelsea currently hold over them, beating sides like Newcastle is a must.
12:00, BT Sport 1: Tottenham v West Ham – Spurs have had some season-shaping games of late and that’s no different here, with European-chasing rivals West Ham coming to town.
16:15, Sky Sports 1: Southampton v Liverpool – The Saints’ standing has been the shock of the season, but the visit of in-form Liverpool is the latest test to their Champions League credentials.
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