WEEK AHEAD: As March draws to a close we have plenty of entertainment lined up, from Euro 2024 Qualifier drama to Anthony Joshua making his return to the ring, catch the best of the action below.

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Monday kicks off with a classic rivalry in the Scottish Women’s Premier League between Rangers Women and Celtic Women, live from 19:30 on Sky Sports. Next up, Ireland clash with France in the Euro 2024 Qualifiers as both teams vie for a hotly contested top two spot in Group B. Catch the action live on Viaplay from 19:45.

Tuesday brings more Euro 2024 Qualifier action as Scotland face Spain at 19:45, live from Hampden Park. Elsewhere at the same time, we see Wales and Latvia settle their differences in Group D, with both games available to watch on Viaplay.

Following a break in the sporting action on Wednesday, Thursday sees Premier League Darts return for its ninth week (Berlin) after Gerwyn Price’s stunning performance last week in Newcastle saw him draw level with Michael van Gerwen on three wins (19:00, Sky Sports). The in the evening don’t forget to catch day one of the Valero Texas Open from 20:00 on Sky Sports, with players vying for the $8,900,000 purse and warming up for the Masters.

The Championship is back in full swing on Friday as table topping Burnley welcome Sunderland to Turf Moor, live from 20:00 on Sky Sports. Friday also sees the Valero Texas Open enter it’s second day, live at the same time, also on Sky Sports.

On April Fools Day Saturday we kick off with Brighton Women versus Manchester United Women in a terrific WSL matchup from 11:30 on Sky Sports. Next, we see Preston North End take on Blackpool in the Championship at 12:30 (Sky Sports), at the same time as Manchester City kick off against Liverpool in a critical fixture in the Premier League, live to watch on BT Sport. Following that, prepare for a huge clash as Anthony Joshua returns to the ring following his defeats to Oleksandr Usyk, when he faces Jermaine Franklin at 16:00 on DAZN.

The Bundesliga also provides its fair share of drama as Bayern Munich face Dortmund in a top of the table clash at 17:30 on Sky Sports, while Chelsea will welcome Aston Villa to Stamford Bridge, with the game starting at 17:30 on Sky Sports. Finally, wind down and watch day three of the Valero Texas Open, live from 20:00 on Sky Sports.

Sunday may be one for the early birds as the Australian Grand Prix gets underway from 06:00 on Sky Sports. Next, Ross County clash with Celtic in the Scottish Premiership, live from 12:00 on Sky Sports. Arsenal Women have a monumental matchup against Manchester City in the WSL from 12:30, with coverage live on the BBC. At 14:00, the Premier League relegation battle heats up as West Ham face Southampton, live on Sky Sports. The Papa John’s Trophy Final will also bring plenty of entertainment, with Bolton and Plymouth both challenging for the trophy, live from 15:00 on Sky Sports.

Closing out the week, Newcastle will welcome Manchester United to St. James’ Park in hopes of securing a top-four spot of their own, live from 16:30 (Sky Sports). The fourth and final day of the Valero Texas Open is another one you won’t want to miss at 18:00 (Sky Sports), and we wrap up a busy weekend with Aston Villa Women versus Chelsea Women live on Sky Sports from 18:45.

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