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7 Days of Sport: Six Nations points-roundabout spells profit

| 15.03.2015


19.45 BBC One: Reading v Bradford – Phil Parkinson’s Chelsea conquerors finally make it onto the national broadcasters for their FA Cup quarter-final replay at the Royals.

20.00 Sky Sports 1: Swansea v Liverpool – Brendan Rodgers returns to his old club once more in search of Premier League points.


19.45 ITV 1: Monaco v Arsenal – Arsene Wenger’s men head to the principality in the Champions League last 16 hoping to turn around a 3-1 deficit form the first leg at home.

19.45 ITV 4: Atletico Madrid v Bayer Leverkusen – Last year’s beaten finalists Ateti must come back from losing 1-0 in Germany.


19.45 Sky Sports 1: Borussia Dortmund v Juventus: The Old Lady go into their Champions League second leg 2-1 up from Turin.

1945 Sky Sports 5: Barcelona v Manchester City: Manuel Pellegrini could be halfway out the Etihad door unless a minor miracle occurs in Catalonia. City are 2-1 down from the first leg.


18.00 ITV 4: Everton v Dynamo Kiev – Despite their terrible form in the Premier League, the Toffees are merely a home draw away from the quarter finals of the Europa League.

20.45 Sky Sports 1: Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld – The legendary flingers face off once again in Darts’ Premier League.


19.45 Sky Sports: Wolves v Derby – The promotion-chasing Championship duo face off at Molineux.

20.00 Sky Sports: Leeds v Wigan – Two northern powerhouses meet at Headingly in one of Super League’s main events.


14.30 BBC 1: Scotland v Ireland – Joe Schmidt’s side need to put a decent score on their hosts with England playing France in Six Nations 2015’s closing fixture.

17.30 Sky Sports 1: West Ham v Sunderland – Gus Poyet’s Black Cats need to bounce back from their shameful 4-0 home loss to Aston Villa against another claret and blue side.


13.30 Sky Sports 1: Liverpool v Manchester United – A huge game as significant as ever with both sides scrapping for a top-four place.

20.00 Sky Sports 1: Real Madrid v Barcelona – After the British Clasico, the spotlight shits back to Spain’s original.

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Alex Fortune