WEEK AHEAD: Fans all across the globe are in for a treat as the sporting calendar ramps up into the fifth gear, with football, golf, cricket and rugby dominating the week ahead.

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Kicking off on Monday, football fans can enjoy a Championship clash between Watford and West Brom, airing on Sky Sports at 20:00. With Watford currently fighting for promotion to the Premier League and West Brom looking to climb the table, this game is sure to be an exciting one!

Tuesday promises to be a day full of exciting sports action with a solid range of events. The Women’s T20 World Cup match between England and Pakistan at 12:30 on Sky Sports will inspire, showcasing the best of women’s cricket. Later in the day, Plymouth Argyle and Cheltenham Town will face off in the Papa John’s Trophy semi-final, with the match kicking off at 20:00 on Sky Sports. European football fans can also tune in to BT Sport at 20:00 to catch the eagerly anticipated match between Liverpool and Real Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16. Will Jurgen Klopp’s men exact revenge?

On Wednesday, there are some more exciting fixtures to look forward to. The England Women’s football team takes on Belgium in the Arnold Clark Cup at 19:45, which will be broadcast on ITV. Then, at 20:00, Accrington Stanley faces off against Bolton Wanderers in the semi-final of the Papa John’s Trophy, which will be shown on Sky Sports. In the Champions League, RB Leipzig takes on Manchester City at 20:00, with the match broadcast on BT Sport.

Thursday sees Sky Sports feature the opening of the Indian Open starting at 7:30 AM, followed by the Women’s T20 World Cup Semi-Final featuring TBC teams at 1:00 PM. The Honda Classic starts at 1:30 PM (Sky Sports), while the Darts Premier League Dublin airs at 7:00 PM (both on Sky Sports). In the evening, BT Sport will show the Europa League R16 match between Manchester United and Barcelona at 20:00, followed by the 2nd Test between New Zealand and England at 9:00 PM.

Friday kicks the weekend into gear with the Indian Open, Day 2, which will be broadcasted on Sky Sports at 07:30. At 13:00, Sky Sports will air the Semi-Final of the Women’s T20 World Cup, with teams yet to be confirmed. The Honda Classic, Day 2 will also be on Sky Sports at 13:30. Later in the evening, at 20:00, Fulham will play against Wolves in the Premier League, which can be watched on Sky Sports. And for cricket enthusiasts, the second Test between New Zealand and England will be shown on BT Sport at 21:30.

Saturday eases us into the weekend with an early start on the golf course, where you can start your day with the Indian Open, Day 3 on Sky Sports at 08:00. The Championship match between Coventry City and Sunderland on Sky Sports follows at 12:30. The Honda Classic continues with Day 3 at 13:30 on Sky Sports, and you can then switch to ITV to watch the Six Nations match between Italy and Ireland at 14:15. In the evening, Sky Sports will be showing the Bournemouth v Manchester City match at 17:30, and ITV will air the Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid La Liga match at the same time. Finally, don’t miss Crystal Palace v Liverpool at 19:45 on Sky Sports. It’s going to be a fantastic day for sports fans!

This Sunday promises to be a thrilling end of the week with the Indian Open set to finish, with Day 4 coverage starting at 7:00 AM on Sky Sports. Later in the day, we have the Women’s T20 World Cup Final at 1:00 PM, also on Sky Sports. The Honda Classic will also conclude, with Day 4 starting at 1:30 PM on Sky Sports. For Londoners and Premier League watchers, there’s the Tottenham v Chelsea match at 1:30 PM, followed by the League Cup Final at 4:30 PM, where Manchester United will face off against Newcastle United, with both games airing on Sky Sports. It’s sure to be an exciting day and a great end to the week.

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THE ULTRA Fri: Bundesliga / La Liga Preview
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