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