Sport on TV this week: the highlights for UK viewers

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Photograph: Alejandro García/EPA Since you’re here… Twitter Chievo v Milan – Serie A, 7.30pm (Premier Sports 1)New Zealand v Bangladesh – second Test, 9.55pm (Sky Sports Cricket)SundaySouth Africa v Sri Lanka – third ODI, 8am (Sky Sports Cricket)Bologna v Cagliari – Serie A, 11.30am (Premier Sports 1)Liverpool v Burnley – Premier League, 12pm (BT Sport 1 or BT Sport 4K UHD)Birmingham City v Aston Villa – Championship, 12pm (Sky Sports Football or Main Event)Internazionale v Spal – Serie A, 2pm (FreeSports)Chelsea v Wolves – Premier League, 2.05pm (Sky Sports Premier League or Main Event or Ultra HD)Hoffenheim v Nürnberg – Bundesliga, 2.30pm (BT Sport 1)Ireland v France – Six Nations (3pm, ITV 1)Girona v Valencia – La Liga, 3.15pm (Premier Sports 1)Rennes v Caen – Ligue 1, 4pm (BT Sport 3)Arsenal v Manchester United – Premier League, 4.30pm (Sky Sports Premier League or Main Event or Ultra HD)Hannover v Bayer Leverkusen – Bundesliga, 5pm (BT Sport 1)Sassuolo v Napoli – Serie A, 5pm (Premier Sports 2)Sevilla v Real Sociedad – La Liga, 5.30pm (Premier Sports 1)Players’ Championship Snooker – 6.45pm (ITV 4)Fiorentina v Lazio – Serie A, 7.30pm (FreeSports)Real Valladolid v Real Madrid – La Liga, 7.45pm (Premier Sports 1)Marseille v Nice – Ligue 1, 8pm (BT Sport 1)New Zealand v Bangladesh – second Test, 9.55pm (Sky Sports Cricket) Sport (All times GMT)MondayPartick Thistle v Hearts – Scottish Cup quarter-final, 7.05pm (BBC Scotland)Sheffield Wednesday v Sheffield United – Championship, 7.45pm (Sky Sports Football or Main Event)Severn Stars v Saracens Mavericks – Netball Superleague, 6.45pm (Sky Sports Action, Mix)Leganés v Levante – La Liga, 8pm (Eleven Sports 1 or Premier Sports 1)TuesdayNetherlands v Germany – Men’s FIH Hockey Pro League , 5.45pm (BT Sport 1)West Indies v England – International T20 cricket, 6pm (Sky Sports Main Event)Derby County v Wigan Athletic – Championship, 7.45pm (Sky Sports Red Button)Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham Hotspur – Champions League last 16, second leg, 8pm (BT Sport 2 or 4K UHD)Real Madrid v Ajax – Champions League last 16, second leg, 8pm (BT Sport 3)Japan Women v England Women – SheBelieves Cup, 10pm (BBC Four) Pinterest New Zealand and Bangladesh meet at the Basin Reserve. Photograph: Michael Bradley/AFP/Getty Images Facebook Facebook features Pinterest Share on WhatsApp Share on Twittercenter_img Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Twitter Share on LinkedIn WednesdayChina v Germany – Women’s FIH Hockey Pro League, 7am (BT Sport 1)South Africa v Sri Lanka – second ODI, 11am (Sky Sports Main Event)WTA Tennis – Indian Wells, 7pm (BT Sport 1)PSG v Man Utd – Champions League last 16, second leg, 8pm (BT Sport 2 or 4K UHD)Porto v Roma – Champions League last 16, second leg, 8pm (BT Sport 3)ThursdayQatar Masters Tennis – 7.30am (Sky Sports Main Event)Rennes v Arsenal – Europa League last 16, first leg, 5.55pm (BT Sport 3)Premier League Darts – Aberdeen, 7pm (Sky Sports Main Event)Warrington Wolves v Castleford Tigers – Super League, 7.45pm (Sky Sports Arena)Chelsea v Dynamo Kyiv – Europa League last 16, first leg, 8pm (BT Sport 2 or 4K UHD)Valencia v FC Krasnodar – Europa League last 16, first leg, 8pm (BT Sport 3)Napoli v RB Salzburg – Europa League last 16, first leg, 8pm (BT Sport ESPN)New Zealand v Bangladesh – second Test, 9.55pm (Sky Sports Cricket) Support The Guardian Topics Pinterest Share via Email Facebook England take on Japan in Tampa. Photograph: Lynne Cameron for The FA/Rex/Shutterstock Twitter FridayNew Zealand v USA – Women’s FIH Hockey Pro League, 5am (BT Sport 3)New Zealand v Spain – Men’s FIH Hockey Pro League, 7am (BT Sport 3)Anthony Yarde v Travis Reeves – boxing, 7.30pm (BT Sport 1)Werder Bremen v Schalke – Bundesliga, 7.30pm (BT Sport Extra 4)Juventus v Udinese – Serie A, 7.30pm (Premier Sports 1)Hibernian v Rangers – Scottish Premiership, 7.45pm (BT Sport 2 or Sport Extra 1)Norwich City v Swansea City – Championship, 7.45pm (Sky Sports Football or Main EventNew Zealand v Bangladesh – second Test, 9.55pm (Sky Sports Cricket)SaturdayCrystal Palace v Brighton – Premier League, 12.30pm (Sky Sports Premier League or Main Event or Ultra HD)Scotland v Wales – Six Nations, 2.15pm (BBC 1)England v Italy – Six Nations, 4.45pm (ITV 1)Manchester City v Watford – Premier League, 5.30pm (BT Sport 1 or 4K UHD)Mainz v Borussia Mönchengladbach – Bundesliga, 5.30pm (BT Sport 3)Barcelona v Rayo Vallecano – La Liga, 5.30pm (Premier Sports 1) Reuse this contentlast_img read more