WEEK AHEAD: What a week we have in store as the second leg fixtures of the Champions League round of 16 are set to determine the quarter-final contenders, as well as plenty of other action across the sporting world. We preview the best of this week’s action below.

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Monday We start off the week with a trip to Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium as England take on Bangladesh for the third ODI with England currently leading the series 2-0, you can catch the action live on Sky Sports from 06:00. Later, football fanatics can get their fix as Brentford face Fulham from 20:00 on Sky Sports.

Tuesday provides League One drama as second place Plymouth Argyle welcome fifth place Derby County to Home Park, live from 20:00 on Sky Sports. Elsewhere, Chelsea will be looking to dominate Dortmund in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 in hopes of clawing back their spot in the quarter finals, live on BT Sport.

Wednesday brings a further fix for football fans as Chelsea Women take on Brighton Women at 19:30 (Sky Sports), while later Tottenham and AC Milan clash in the Champions League at 20:00 on BT Sport. Simultaneously, Bayern will face PSG in what is set to be another huge Champions League tie between the pair, also live on BT Sport.

Thursday sees Bangladesh and England slugging it out once more, but this time it’s for the 1st T20 of the series, live on Sky Sports from 09:00. For golf lovers, day one of the Kenya Open will be available to watch from 10:00 on Sky Sports as well as day one of The Players Championship which is live from 11:30. AEK Larnaca clash with West Ham in the Europa Conference from 17:45 and Sporting CP take on Arsenal from 17:45, both of BT Sport. The Premier League Darts returns after Michael van Gerwen’s epic display last week in Exeter, although this week sees the competition head to Liverpool, and you can watch live on Sky Sports from 19:00. Finally, Manchester United take on Real Betis for another Europa League blockbuster, from 20:00 on BT Sport.

Friday As the working week draws to a close, golf fans are in for a treat once again as day two of both the Kenya Open and The Players Championship kick off from 10:00 and 11:30 respectively on Sky Sports. Friday also welcomes Rugby Premiership drama as Northampton have a crucial matchup against Bath from 19:45 (BT Sport), while for football fans they can close out the working week with some Championship action as Stoke versus Blackburn kicks off from 20:00 on Sky Sports.

Saturday The weekend begins with day three of the Kenya Open from 9:30 on Sky Sports and is followed by Bristol City v Blackpool in the Championship at 12:30, also on Sky Sports. Next, Bournemouth take on Liverpool at 12:30 on BT Sport and The Players Championship is back for day three from 14:00 on Sky Sports. Saturday wraps up with an epic match at Selhurst Park as Crystal Palace welcome Manchester City, live from 17:30 on Sky Sports.

Sunday is jam-packed with all your favourite sports and is headed off with the second T20 between Bangladesh and England from 09:00 (Sky Sports). The Kenya Open enters its fourth and final day from 9:30 on Sky Sports, and from midday you can enjoy Norwich versus Sunderland, also on Sky Sports. Next up Chelsea Women take on Manchester United Women in what is set to be a massive clash from 12:30 on BBC.

Gloucester will hope to rebuild after their defeat to Northampton Saints last weekend when they play Leicester at 13:00 on BT Sport. The fourth and final day has also arrived for The Players Championship which is live form 12:00 on Sky Sports. Lastly, close out your weekend with three epic top tier football fixtures as Fulham take on Arsenal (14:00), Newcastle face Wolves (16:30), and Arsenal Women hope to better Reading Women at 18:45, all live on Sky Sports.


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