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7 Days of Sport: Huge title games for Bournemouth and Watford

| 29.03.2015


11:30, British Eurosport: China Open – Defending champion Ding Junhui claimed his second title at the China Open when defeating Neil Robertson 10-5 in the final last year.

18:45, Sky Sports 1: Burton v Stevenage – Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s Burton have a five point lead at the top of League Two and are 10/11 to pick up another win over 9th placed Stevenage.


15:00, Sky Sports 3: Miami Open – Multiple winners Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic are looking to add to their tally of Miami Open titles, while Rafa Nadal seeks his first.

18:45, ITV1: Italy v England – After the European qualifier against Lithuania, the standard of England’s opposition gets tougher but the game classification easier as the Three Lions travel for a friendly.


00:00, BT Sport 1 – Oklahoma City Thunder v Dallas Mavericks – The lull before the sporting Easter storm, get a fix with a spot of NBA action and the chance to see the Thunder’s high-flying Russell Westbrook.


19:00, Sky Sports 1: Premier League Darts – It’s judgement night as the competition reaches week nine. The bottom two will be eliminated from the competition, with Raymond van Barneveld and Adrian Lewis in danger.

20:00, Sky Sports 4: Shell Houston Open – Matt Jones, the current world 37, is the defending champion as players try to hone their skills one week before the start of the Masters.


16:15, Sky Sports 1: Ipswich v Bournemouth – The start of the Easter bank holiday weekend sees a Championship promotion battle grace our screens, as sixth-place Ipswich host leaders Bournemouth.

18:45, Sky Sports 1: Derby v Watford – Championship promotion battles are a theme on Good Friday, with second-place Watford travelling to playoff pursuing Derby in the evening kick off.


11:45, BT Sport 1: Arsenal v Liverpool – Top-flight action returns with a bang. Liverpool are in form and smell a top-four finish and need to beat Arsenal, who are six points ahead of them, if they want to secure it.

16:30, BT Sport 1: Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich – There is little reason to change the channel as the biggest game in Germany closely follows. Dortmund may be having a rough season, but that doesn’t detract from this clash.


10:15, British Eurosport: Tour of Flanders – The countdown to the Tour de France begins with the equally prestigious Tour of Flanders, where Fabian Cancellara is defending champion.

15:00, Sky Sports 1: Sunderland v Newcastle – Every game is big for Sunderland and Dick Advocaat at this stage, but an Easter Sunday derby against the Magpies is arguably the biggest of the lot.

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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.