Want to know what’s on in the world of sport during the week and where to watch it? Look no further! Here we introduce a new feature listing the big sporting events of the week ahead and what channel you can find them on.
Here at Pundit Arena HQ we’ve often noticed that it’s a bit of chore trying to find out what channels are showing what games. With the Arsenal vs Liverpool clash, the Masters at Augusta, UFC Fight Night, and much more taking place this week, there’s a lot to keep up with. Luckily, we have collated all the major events in each sport for the next seven days.
Barclays Premier League
Saturday 4th Apr.
12.45pm Arsenal v Liverpool (BT Sport 1)
3pm Everton v Southampton (Setanta Sports 1)
5.30pm Chelsea v Stoke City (Sky Sports 1)
Notable absentees: As is the norm, there are a few games missing out on air time at 3pm, the most notable probably being Leicester vs West Ham (certain to be a cracker!).
Manchester United vs Aston Villa also misses out so you’ll have to get down to your local with that has the dodgy French channel. Otherwise you could always stream online but we wouldn’t condone that sort of carry on. Tutt tutt.
Sunday 5 April 2015
1.30pm Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports 1)
4pm Sunderland v Newcastle United (Sky Sports 1)
Monday 6 April 2015
8pm Crystal Palace v Manchester City (Sky Sports 1)
Sky Bet Championship
Friday 3rd Apr: 5.15pm Ipswich Town v Bournemouth (Sky Sports)
7.45pm Derby County v Watford (Sky Sports)
Saturday 4 April
5.30pm Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (BT Sport)
Thursday 2nd – Sunday 5th Apr.
Shell Houston Open (Sky Sports 4)
Thursday 9th – Sunday 12th Apr.
The Masters Tournament – First major of the year (Sky Sports 4, Setanta Ireland, weekend highlights BBC Two)
Saturday 4th Apr.
4pm UFC Fight Night Mendes vs. Lamas (BT Sport 1 – coverage from 10pm)
Sunday 5th – Tuesday 7th Apr.
Irish Grand National (RTE 2)
European Rugby Champions Cup – Quarter Finals
Saturday 4th Apr: 3.15pm – Leinster vs. Bath (BT Sport 1)
6.45pm – Clermont vs. Northampton Saints (Sky Sports 2)
Sunday 5th Apr: 1.45pm – Racing Métro vs. Saracens (BT Sport 2)
4.15pm – Toulon vs. Wasps (Sky Sports 2)
Friday 3rd Apr: 7.45pm – Gloucester vs. Connacht (Sky Sports 2)
Saturday 4th Apr: 12.45pm – Newport Gwent Dragons vs. Cardiff Blues (BT Sport 2)
8pm – Exeter Chiefs vs. Newcastle Falcons (Sky Sports 2)
Sunday 5th Apr: 5.45pm: London Irish vs. Edinburgh (BT Sport 2)
The Miami Open – Finals (Sky Sports 3)
Monday 6th Apr.
WTA – The Family Circle Cup (Sky Sports 3)
Thursday 9th Apr.
7pm: Premier League Darts – Week 10 (Sky Sports 1)
That’s all for this week folks. If we’ve missed anything be sure to let us know in the comments and we’ll add her in.
Check back next week to find out what’s on where.