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Thursday's live viewing picks



England need 229 runs to win the first test against Sri Lanka, but with eight wickets in hand and the wicket offering considerable turn, it’s going to be a tough ask for them.

Progression to the semifinals will be on the minds of Schalke, Athletic Bilbao, AZ Alkmaar, Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Hannover, Sporting Lisbon and Metalist Kharkiv when the Europa League quarterfinals swing into action.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Sri Lanka v England - Day 4
SS2, SS2A (6.15am)

Schalke v Athletic Bilbao
SS3, SS3A, SS3N (9pm)

AZ Alkmaar v Valencia
SS5, SS5A, SS5N (9pm)

Atletico Madrid v Hannover
SS7, SS7N (9pm)

Sporting Lisbon v Metalist Kharkiv
Maximo (9pm)

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