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7 Days of Sport: Arsenal and Chelsea the pick of a packed week

| 19.04.2015


14:30, BBCi – Neil Robertson v Jamie Jones: The first round action from the Crucible continues as the Australian fourth-seed gets his campaign underway

19:45, BT Sport 1 – Fiorentina v Verona: The hosts dreams of European competition this season are still alive, with just one point separating them from the Europa League spots.


03:30, BT Sport 1 – New Orleans Pelicans @ Golden State Warriors: Already 1-0 down in this first-round playoff series, the Pelicans face a tough task getting back into it against the league’s best side

15:00, Sky Sports 2 – West Indies v England: After battling it out to a draw on the final day of the first Test, confidence will be high among the hosts of another result in the second


11:30, Sky Sports 1 – Hyderabad Sunrisers v Kolkata Knight Riders: While the English play in Tests the whole of India is a buzz of T20 cricket as the IPL continues with the defending champion KKR in action

19:45, Sky Sports 5 – Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid: A goalless first leg leaves this Champions League quarter final finely poised as the tie moves to the Santiago Bernabeu


19:00, BBCi – Shaun Murphy v Robin Hull: England’s Murphy will no doubt eye a quarter final clash with Mark Selby should he successfully negotiate his first-round tie at the World Championships here

20:00, Sky Sports 4 – Zurich Classic of New Orleans: With the leading lights of the PGA Tour usually on a break at this point of the schedule, it’s a chance for some unheralded names to take centre stage


10:40, BT Sport 1 – Brisbane Roar v Newcastle: Languishing at the foot of the table with just three A-League wins to their name all season, Newcastle look up against it in this trip to Brisbane

19:30, BT Sport 1 – Mainz 05 v Schalke: The visitors have Hoffenheim breathing down their necks in the race to finish in the Bundesliga’s top six and face a Mainz outfit who have only lost four times at home this term


12:45, BT Sport 1 – Southampton v Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino returns to his former club with the Saints faring far better without him than was expected and in far better form than the Lilywhites

17:30, Sky Sports 1 – Man City v Aston Villa: With their title defence now dead and buried, there remains real danger that the Citizens could slip out of the top four completely


16:00, Sky Sports 1 – Arsenal v Chelsea: Having recently bettered Manchester United on Super Sunday, Chelsea will fancy their chances of dampening the spirit an equally confident Arsenal side

22:00, Sky Sports 5 – New York Red Bulls v LA Galaxy: The two heavyweights of the MLS collide with the Galaxy travelling to face a Red Bulls team that are yet to taste defeat this season

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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.