England visit Wales for crunch Six Nations match

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Battle: Wales will hope their Six Nations pursuit is not held up by England
Battle: Wales will hope their Six Nations pursuit is not held up by England

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Expect a fiery encounter in Cardiff as Wales host England in the RBS 6 Nations, but there is more to show in the pub this weekend than just rugby.

Rugby Union: Wales v England (Saturday, 4.50pm) - BBC1

Both Wales and England will have eyes on winning this year's RBS 6 Nations, but beating the opposition in this match alone will be almost as satisfying. If you are showing the game, make sure the world is told by getting the game out there on social media and promoting it on-site with A-boards and PoS material.

Football: Liverpool v Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) - BT Sport 1

Those who prefer to see balls being kicked around a pitch, rather than thrown, will no doubt want to watch a Premier League football match that is likely to be close and exciting – and that occurs at the same time as the Six Nations encounter. If both matches are going to be shown, it is worth having a strategy in place early on so that customers can be directed to the right screen for the sport they want to see.

Rugby Union: France v Scotland (Sunday, 3pm) - BBC1

Sunday's sole Six Nations match sees Scotland follow up their impressive opening-day victory over Ireland with a trip to Paris. Scotland may still have eyes on a Grand Slam, but you can guarantee that the French cheered on by a passionate home crowd will offer very stern resistance.

Football: AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City (Monday, 8pm) - Sky Sports 1

The first Monday night football in more than a month sees Manchester City, looking to continue chasing down Chelsea, in a testing match against Bournemouth. The Cherries have taken points off Liverpool and Arsenal at home already this season and are likely to give City a close match in a game played between two sides that thrive in playing fast-paced, passing football.

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