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Best live sport on TV today: ECL Galatasaray and Chelsea, Schalke 04 v Real Madrid and more...

Plus NBA basketball: Dallas Mavericks v New Orleans Pelicans, Dubai Tennis Championships day three and U-19s World Cup cricket: Australia v South Africa

Published: Wednesday, 26th February 2014 at 9:42 am

Champions League football: Galatasaray v Chelsea, 7pm (k/o 7.45pm) Sky Sports 1


Chelsea travel to Istanbul to take on Galatasaray in the first leg of their last-16 tie, raising the possibility that John Terry will come up against an old mate in Didier Drogba, now plying his trade with the Turkish side. Galatasary came a distant second in their group behind Real Madrid, while Chelsea topped Group E, so the odds favour the London side over two legs. Blues stalwart Terry will no doubt relish a physical battle with the Ivorian.

Champions League football: Schalke 04 v Real Madrid, 7pm (k/o 7.45pm) Sky Sports 4 and Sky1

All the action from the last-16 first-leg encounter at the Veltins Arena, where the German and Spanish sides battle it out. The match is available on Sky1 as well as Sky Sports 1. Schalke finished second behind Chelsea and ahead of FC Basel and Steaua Bucharest in Group E, while a record nine goals from Cristiano Ronaldo helped Real leave Group B rivals Galatasaray, Juventus and FC Copenhagen trailing in their wake.

NBA basketball: Dallas Mavericks v New Orleans Pelicans, 1am BT Sport 1

Late night coverage of the Western Conference Southwest Division match at the American Airlines Centre.

Tennis: Dubai Tennis Championships day three, 10am/3pm Sky Sports 3

Coverage of day three of the ATP 500 event from the Aviation Club Tennis Centre, featuring the opening third-round matches. Novak Djokovic won the competition without dropping a set last year, claiming his fourth title here to put him one behind Roger Federer in the all-time standings.

U-19s World Cup cricket: Australia v South Africa, 7.55am Sky Sports 2


Coverage of the second semi-final, which is staged at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The winners will progress to Saturday's final, while the losers will feature in one of the classification matches.


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