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7 Days in Sport: Season-shaping week in store for Tottenham

| 15.02.2015


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.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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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.