Easter weekend on BT Sport promises to be unmissable, with a number of major events to get sports fans salivating.
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The Blues will be looking to extend their remarkable unbeaten run under new boss Thomas Tuchel, who has had a transformative impact in west London, against the 19th-placed Baggies.
Chelsea are unbeaten in their last seven league meetings with West Brom, coming from 3-0 down at half-time to draw 3-3 in the reverse fixture at the Hawthorns this season.
Victory for the hosts will bolster their top-four credentials and move them within touching distance of third-placed Leicester, while a win for West Brom would lift them to within seven points of safety.
The next day, Man United host Brighton at Old Trafford in a hugely pivotal match at both ends of the table.
United are 14 points behind rivals Man City but will be looking to consolidate second-place in the table with a home win and solidify their top-four position.
The international break came at the worst possible time for Brighton, who thumped relegation rivals Newcastle 3-0 last time out. Can they claim another huge result in their fight against the drop? Or will Man United have too much?
On Friday, we have an unmissable meeting between European giants Leinster and Toulon as well as Gloucester’s clash with La Rochelle.
Our super Saturday sees Wasps entertain French side Clermont, a tantalising encounter between Munster and Toulouse and defending champions Exeter face Lyon.
The action continues on Sunday with Racing 92’s meeting with Edinburgh, Bordeaux’s clash with Premiership leaders Bristol and Sale’s trip to Scarlets.
So settle in for an Easter feast of European rugby as the Heineken Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup return to BT Sport.
After a thrilling season opener last weekend, the 2021 MotoGP season continues in Qatar with the Grand Prix of Doha.
Maverick Vinales will be looking to make it consecutive wins at Losail Circuit Sports Club, the same location as last weekend’s Qatar GP.
“I felt unbelievable. The start didn’t go so well but after that I felt the potential,” said the Spaniard.
Britain’s Sam Lowes was also victorious in the Moto2, becoming the first Briton to win the first race of the season since 1979.
We’ll build up to the race with full and uninterrupted coverage of every Free Practice and Warm Up session. We’ll also, of course, be showing every Moto2 and Moto3 session – including the races – in full.
And after you catch your breath, Chequered Flag will round up the weekend’s talking points with the very best analysis from our pundits and high-profile guests.
Strap yourselves in for another high-octane weekend of racing as the fastest show on two wheels continues in Doha.