Your guide to a bumper few days of sporting action and how to watch it all 1 month ago

Your guide to a bumper few days of sporting action and how to watch it all

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It's another massive few days of sporting action.

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There is some top-class sporting action on TV over the next few days, from the Premier League to the Heineken Champions Cup and the start of the GAA Hurling Championship.

And here is how to watch it with a NOW Sports and Sports Extra Membership.

Friday, April 15.

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Leinster v Connacht is the standout sporting event from Good Friday's action.

You can stream the Heineken Champions Cup last-16, second-leg clash on the NOW Sports Extra Membership, with the tie getting underway at 5:30 pm

Saturday, April 16.

The weekend's Premier League gets underway on Saturday as Tottenham Hotspur host Brighton and Hove Albion.

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Spurs are the division's form team, with 12 points from their last five games, and 19 goals in those matches. Brighton come into the game off the back of a 2-1 win away to Arsenal last weekend.

You can stream the game live on NOW's Sports Extra Membership, with kick-off at 12:30 pm.

The focus then switches to rugby and the Heineken Champions Cup, as Munster face off against Exeter at Thomond Park. You can stream the game live on the NOW Sports Extra Membership, with kick-off at 3 pm.

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In GAA, the Leinster Hurling Championship starts on Saturday as Wexford play against Galway. Throw-in at Wexford Park is at 4:30 pm, and you can stream it on the NOW Sports Membership.

The day's sporting action is rounded off with Ulster v Toulouse at 8 pm. The Heineken Champions Cup will be streamed on the NOW Sports Extra Membership.

Sunday, April 17.

In the Premier League on Sunday, Newcastle United face Leicester City at St James' Park. The game kicks off at 2:15 pm and you can stream it with a NOW Sports Membership.

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Meanwhile, with the NOW Sports Extra Membership, you can stream Celtic v Rangers in the Scottish FA Cup semi-final, with kick-off at 2 pm.

Monday, April 18.

The Championship promotion battle takes centre stage on Monday, as Nottingham Forest face West Bromwich Albion in the standout game of the day. The action at the City Ground gets underway at 8 pm and will be streamed on the NOW Sports Membership.

Tuesday, April 19.

The biggest football match of the week is undoubtedly at Anfield as Liverpool host Manchester United. The last time the two teams faced each other in the Premier League, Liverpool won 5-0 at Old Trafford.

Liverpool are just a point behind Manchester City at the top of the table and can't afford to drop any points until the end of the season if they are to win the league. While Man United know they must record a win to turn their season around. In the process, they could derail Liverpool's title challenge.  There are sure to be fireworks at Anfield.

You can stream the game live on the NOW Sports Membership, with kick-off at 8 pm.

Wednesday, April 20.

The top-class Premier League action continues on Wednesday, as Chelsea host Arsenal in a London derby in what is another huge game in the race to qualify for the Champions League.

Kick-off at Stamford Bridge is at 7:45 pm, and you can stream it live on the NOW Sports Membership.

Stream the biggest sporting moments with NOW including all the action from the Premier League, Heineken Champions Cup, and GAA Championship.