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Sunday’s Sport Breakdown – Where to Watch All the Action

Here at FST, we love little more than a long stretch on the sofa during a packed day of sport, and Sunday is a perfect day to plonk down by the biggest screen you can find and let a plethora of sport wash over you.

There’s an overwhelming amount on across Sunday. However, if you time it right you can avoid those irritating things like housework, the dread of Monday and the outside world, and instead you could find yourself looking up the minutiae of NBA rules at 11pm after watching eight consecutive football matches.

Luckily, we’ve taken all the hard work out of your lazy Sunday. He’s our breakdown of the day’s sporting highlights, and this week it’s a long one. We begin proceedings at 3am and take you all the way through to the early hours of Monday morning, covering four different sports in the process. .stretching from 8 am through to the early hours of Monday morning. Below you can find almost 24 hours’ worth of quality sport, along with all the TV info you need.

Of course, these are just our highlights from a jam-packed Sunday. You can check out the rest of the live football on TV here.

How to Watch Live on bet365

bet365 may be a bookmaker first and foremost, but that’s not the only service they offer. Over at bet365 you can choose from a huge range of sporting events to stream live, with this week’s highlights being Genoa vs Lazio and Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal.

To qualify for watching the action, all you need is a funded bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours. If you haven’t done so already, we recommend you sign up for a bet365 account below if you want to avail of their excellent football streaming services, or you can do the same on mobile using their iOS app. New customers can claim up to £100 in bet credits!

5am – Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2

Where to Watch: BT Sport Box Office

Everyone wants to start off their Sunday with a bang, which is exactly what we’re planning. In this week’s pre-dawn slot is one of the biggest bouts of 2020, which could carry us into Sunday morning based on their last encounter.

This rematch comes with plenty of hype, as two of the sport’s most notorious showmen put the talking aside in Las Vegas. As usual, we have all bases covered in our Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury predictions.

Franck Ribery and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic during the Italian "Serie A" match between Fiorentina and Lazio

11:30am – Genoa vs Lazio

Where to Watch: bet365 / Premier Sports 1

If you prefer sleep to boxing, then you can hold fire until the day’s football action kicks off in Italy. Lazio are the form side in Italy, following a run of 14 wins in 16 matches. They’re a point off the top of Serie A ahead of this trip to Genoa.

The hosts aren’t having the greatest campaign, so we don’t see them matching Lazio. Based on the visitors’ outstanding recent form, we see an entertaining away win in our Genoa vs Lazio predictions.

2pm – Atalanta vs Sassuolo

Where to Watch: bet365 / Premier Sports 1

The second part of our Italian double header includes a side who thrilled us in the midweek Champions League action. Atalanta showed exactly what they were capable of in a 4-1 hammering of Valencia.

It won’t be much of a surprise to find out that our Atalanta vs Sassuolo predictions point to another high-scoring victory for the hosts. They’ve seen three-quarters of their home games finish with four goals scored, so they’re worth a watch.

3pm – England vs Ireland

Where to Watch: ITV

The Six Nations is back, with a huge clash in prospect on Sunday. In between a busy day of football, we have England taking on Ireland at Twickenham, with these two both pushing for the championship.

With plenty going on in the Premier League and beyond, this is a good chance to switch away from the football for a while. We are unlikely to get many bigger games in the Six Nations this year, which makes this a huge event.

4:30pm – Arsenal vs Everton

Where to Watch: Sky Sports Premier League / Main Event / Ultra HD

There’s just the one Super Sunday game in the Premier League – the ‘What Could Have Been’ derby. Arsenal – longtime admirers of Carlo Ancelotti – take on Everton and their new Italian boss. He has been a steady pair of hands, which saw Everton prioritise him over their former player Mikel Arteta.

Neither side can claim to be having a standout year, but this is an interesting clash between two sides who are at the fringe of the European race. Check out our Arsenal vs Everton predictions to see which of these sides we think will cut the gap to the top four.

5:30pm – Getafe vs Sevilla

Where to Watch: bet365 / LaLigaTV

There are alternatives to the day’s Premier League offering, with the focus in Spain shifting to a six-way fight for two Champions League spots. Fifth-placed Sevilla head to third-placed Getafe on Sunday evening, a huge game for both sides.

We have this one covered in our Getafe vs Sevilla predictions, which point to another big result for Getafe in their remarkable Champions League chase.

8pm – Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal

Where to Watch: bet365 / LaLigaTV

Sunday’s late game comes from the Spanish capital, with another huge top-four showdown to come. Atletico Madrid may have pulled off the result of their campaign in the Champions League this week, but their appearance in that competition next season is up in the air.

Villarreal sit sixth in La Liga, just two points shy of Atletico as things stand. That makes this meeting in Madrid huge, as the hosts try to carry the spirit from their win over Liverpool into this one. Once again, we have the clash covered in our Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal predictions.

Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James, Clippers vs Lakers

8:30pm – Boston Celtics @ Los Angeles Lakers

Where to Watch: Sky Sports Arena

There are few bigger games across the NBA than the Celtics against the Lakers. This is the game’s classic rivalry between two powerhouses. The Celtics are on the comeback trail, with a talented, young side. Meanwhile, the Lakers have been brilliant – despite losing when these two last met.

This promises to be a brilliant game, which is timed perfectly for British audiences. It kicks off a busy night of basketball, which we have covered in our latest NBA predictions.

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