Find out the details of the major sports coverage on offer across the BBC’s television, radio and online platforms this week.
Highlights include the League Cup final between Liverpool and Manchester City, along with continued coverage of the Six Nations as the home nations return to action.
All times GMT. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. For more details of forthcoming coverage, visit the specific sport’s page on the website. Also, coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page.
Friday 26 February
After a week’s break, the Six Nations is back with live coverage of Wales v France. There’s also rugby league action from Super League.
Saturday 27 February
Scotland take on Italy in Rome, while England and Ireland battle it out at Twickenham in both the men’s and women’s Six Nations. There’s also plenty of football, with West Ham hosting Sunderland in the early Premier League match and top-of-the-table Leicester against Norwich.
Sunday 28 February
Liverpool and Manchester City compete for the first silverware of the football season in the League Cup final at Wembley and there’s live Premiership rugby union commentary on Exeter v Bath and Wasps v Harlequins.
Monday 29 February
The weekend’s Six Nations action is analysed, plus there is domestic and European football chat following another busy round of fixtures.
A look back at the weekend’s action with guests including Andrew Cotter and Dean Ryan.
Tuesday 1 March
Listen to the latest updates from tonight’s football matches, and catch up with all of last weekend’s rugby league action in the Super League Show.
Wednesday 2 March
Keep across all of the night’s football including Liverpool v Manchester City at Anfield. Live coverage of the World Track Cycling is also available on the Red Button.
Thursday 3 March
The UCI World Track Cycling Championships continue across BBC TV, radio and online and the England women’s football team take on the United States in an international friendly.
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