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Top live sport coming up in February

4th February 2019

Sports4Bars.com picks some of the biggest live fixtures in February, including some top Premier League and Guinness Six Nations clashes.

 

Friday, February 8
7.45pm
Sky Sports
Super League: Wigan Warriors v Leeds Rhinos
There is a bitter rivalry between these two illustrious teams and the Rhinos will be eager to inflict a defeat on the reigning champions in their own backyard. 

 

Saturday, February 9
12.30pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Fulham v Manchester United
It’s been a major turnaround for Manchester United since the departure of Jose Mourinho midway through the season and they will surely have nothing to fear at Craven Cottage against a side who are looking increasingly likely to be relegated some the end of the season. 

 

Sunday, February 10
1.30pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City
The fact that star man Harry Kane will be sidelined until March with an ankle injury will not dampen the Spurs’ squad ambitions during the club captain’s lay-off. 

 

Sunday, February 10
3pm
ITV
Six Nations Rugby: England v France
England take on France at Twickenham in the second round of the Guinness Six Nations and will be confident of gaining revenge for the 22-16 defeat they suffered in Paris in last year’s tournament. 

 

Sunday, February 10
4pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Manchester City v Chelsea
The Stamford Bridge leg of this fixture was one of Chelsea’s best performances of the season with goals from N’Golo Kante and David Luiz both scoring to guide their team to a 2-0 win. 

 

Tuesday, February 12
8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Manchester United v PSG
United’s caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sure to have plenty of tricks up his sleeve for this double header against PSG and will be hoping that the likes of Jesse Lingard and Alexis Sanchez can penetrate the Parisians’ defence. 

 

Wednesday, February 13
8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund
Borussia topped their group in qualifying, winning four of their six games and have also been highly effective in the Bundesliga.

 

Wednesday, February 13
8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Ajax v Real Madrid
The reigning UEFA Champions League holders head to the Netherlands to take on Ajax in this first leg, Round of 16 tie and will be favourites to build up a lead ahead of the return tie at the Bernabeu in March.  Ajax’s defence could be hard to break down however, with the Amsterdam-based side having finished unbeaten in the group stages with three wins and three draws. 

 

Thursday, February 14
5.55pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Europa League: BATE Borisov v Arsenal
Arsenal take on BATE Borisov in the 1st leg of the Last 32 clash and will be highly confident of progressing to the next stage having beaten the same opponents by 4-2 and 6-0 in the group stages of last season’s Europa League.   

Tuesday, February 19
8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Liverpool v Bayern Munich
Action from Anfield as Liverpool continue their UEFA Champions League with a 1st leg tie against Bayern Munich. Most pundits believe that the Reds will have far too much firepower for the German side with Mo Salah and Sadio Mane in excellent attacking form. 

 

Wednesday, February 20
8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Schalke 04 v Manchester City
It would be a major upset if Schalke were to knock out Manchester City from the competition in the Round of 16 but the German side have been fairly effective on the domestic stage in recent weeks. However, they simply do not possess the talent of their rivals and could wilt under the pressure of coping with such key players as Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane. 

 

Saturday, February 23
4.45pm
BBC
Six Nations Rugby: Wales v England
Two early tries from winger Jonny May set up a hard-fought 12-6 victory for England at Twickenham in the 2018 Championship but Wales battled all the way to the final whistle and came close to scoring a try in the final exchanges. The home players would dearly love to provide departing coach Warren Gatland with a title to round off his final Six Nations and will not lack for motivation. 

 

Sunday, February 24
2.05pm
Sky Sports Premier League
Premier League: Manchester United v Liverpool
Liverpool won the Anfield leg of this fixture 3-1 back in December with two goals from Mane but United have come on in leaps and bounds in the intervening months and will be eager to gain revenge at Old Trafford. ‚Äč


ALSO COMING UP...

Thursday, February 7 7.45pm 
Sky Sports 
Super League: Hull FC v Castleford Tigers 

Saturday, February 9 5.30pm 
BT Sport 1 
Premier League: Brighton & Hove Albion v Burnley 

Tuesday, February 12 8pm 
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Roma v FC Porto 

Thursday, February 14 5.55pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Europa League: Malmo v Chelsea

Tuesday, February 19 8pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Lyon v Barcelona 

Wednesday, February 20 8pm 
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Juventus 

Thursday, February 21 5.55pm
BT Sport 
UEFA Champions League: Arsenal v BATE Borisov



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