WITH coronavirus sweeping across the globe, the sporting calendar has been wiped out.
The killer bug has seen football across the continent suspended, the Olympics and Euros postponed until next year and Wimbledon under threat.
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UK households are under lockdown and as a sporting mad nation, we're all craving a fix in these difficult times.
What sport is on TV today?
WITH no live sport on, providers have turned to the archives in a bid to keep fans watching.
Tonight, there's classic Champions League encounters featuring Man Utd, Liverpool and Celtic from the 2000s.
While for the night owls amongst you, an El Clasio treat at 11pm from over a decade ago on Premier Sports.
Monday, March 31
- England vs Spain (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 6pm
- Exeter vs Sale Shark (Premiership Rugby highlights) - BT Sport 2, 6.30pm
- Northern Ireland vs Bosnia (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 6.30pm
- USA vs China (USA 1994 quarter-final) - Fifa.tv, 7pm
- Solheim Cup (2019 first three days) - Sky Sports Golf, 7pm
- Wales vs Ireland (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 7pm
- Manchester United vs Celtic (Champions League 2006/07) - BT Sport 3, 7.30pm
- Wales vs Denmark (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 7.30pm
- F1 highlights (Hungarian Grand Prix 2019) - Sky Sports F1, 7.35pm
- Manchester United vs Roma (Champions League 2006/07) - BT Sport 3, 8pm
- Scotland vs Albania (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 8pm
- Liverpool vs Besiktas (Champions League 2007/08) - BT Sport 3, 8.30pm
- Barcelona vs Real Madrid (2006/07 La Liga) - Premier Sports 1, 11pm
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What sport is on TV tomorrow?
Tuesday, March 31
- England vs Australia (2009 Ashes series)- Sky Sports Main Event, 10am
- Leicester vs Glasgow Warriors (Heineken Cup 2017) - BT Sport 3, 12pm
- England vs Australia (2013 Ashes series) - Sky Sports Main Event, 12pm
- South Africa vs England (2018 Summer series rugby union) - Sky Sports Arena, 1pm
- Saracens vs Toulon (Champions Cup 2017) - BT Sport 3, 1.30pm
- Australia vs England (2010/11 Ashes Series) - BT Sport 3, 3pm
- PDC Darts (2019 highlights) - Sky Sports Action, 3pm
- Exeter vs Sale Shark (Premiership Rugby highlights) - BT Sport 2, 3.45pm
- Galatasary vs Real Madrid (2012 Champions League) - UEFA.tv, 4pm
- Mancheter United vs Liverpool (1977 FA Cup final) - BT Sport 3, 5.30pm
- New Zealand vs British and Irish Lions (2005 Lions tour) - Sky Sports Arena, 6pm
- Israel vs Scotland (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 6pm
- Arsenal vs Manchester United (1979 FA Cup final) - BT Sport 3, 6.30pm
- Grand Slam of Darts (2019 edition) - Sky Sports Action, 7pm
- England vs Croatia (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 7pm
- F1 highlights (Belgian Grand Prix, 2019) - Sky Sports F1, 7.35pm
- Bosnia vs Northern Ireland (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 8pm
- Wales vs Northern Ireland (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 8.30pm)
- Spains vs England (Nations League highlights) - Sky Sports Football, 9pm
- Villarreal vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga 2008/09) - Premier Sports 1, 11pm
How to watch on these TV channels and can I live stream them?
Premier Sports is available for £9.99 for Sky and Virgin Media customers to add to their TV bundles.
Alternatively, you can also live stream it via the Premier Player for £9.99 a month.
Freesports is available on many TV providers including Virgin, Sky, Freeview and more.
Sky Sports and BT Sport are both available as packages to add to your current bundles with Sky, Virgin Media and BT TV.
Sky Sports customers can live stream these channels via the Sky Sports app.
Otherwise, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass with NowTV for £9.99.
BT Sport subscribers can live stream this via the BT Sport app.
Alternatively, EE phone customers can watch all the action with a FREE three-month trial - just simply text SPORT to 150.
Eurosport is available to add to Virgin Media and Sky bundles - or you can live stream it via the Eurosport Player for as little as £4.99 a month.
Racing TV can be watched on several TV providers including Sky, BT, Freeview, Virgin Media and TalkTalk, with deals ranging from £10 a day to £24.98 a month.