Bitter rivals Liverpool and Manchester United square off at Anfield on Sunday in the pick of the Premier League games this week.
Newcastle head to Manchester City in the highlight of the Premier League action on Saturday.
The Super League campaign also continues to unfold and England head to Bangladesh for a three-match ODI series.
There is also a wealth of horse racing action which can be watched on our Sports Live Streaming platform, while there is golf to be followed on the bet365 Live Golf Tracker and football is available as part of our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.
Championship: Swansea seeking response
|What||Swansea v Rotherham|
|Where||Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea|
|When||20:00, Monday 27th February 2023|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||Swansea 11/20, Draw 14/5, Rotherham 11/2|
Following successive defeats, Swansea's hopes of pushing for a play-off berth are growing slimmer by the week but they have a great opportunity to get back on track when Rotherham visit on Monday.
Swansea's struggles go deeper than their last two defeats against Stoke and Blackburn, having only won one of their last six assignments in the second tier.
But they do tend to perform better when hosting and will be optimistic about overcoming relegation-threatened Rotherham.
The Millers pulled further clear of the drop zone on Tuesday after beating Sunderland at home, ending a run of five games without a victory.
However, they have registered just two wins on the road all season with their most recent away triumph coming on 8th November.
It's also worth noting that their last three visits to Swansea across all competitions have ended in defeat.
A home win is 11/20 in the Full Time Result market with the draw priced at 14/5, while Rotherham can be backed at 11/2 to come out on top.
FA Cup: Championship trio targeting last-eight spot
|What||Bristol City v Manchester City|
|Where||Ashton Gate, Bristol|
|When||20:00, Tuesday 28th February 2023|
|How to watch||bet365’s Sports Live Streaming & ITV|
|Odds||Bristol City 12/1, Draw 6/1, Manchester City 1/5|
The fifth round of the FA Cup gets going on Tuesday with three Championship clubs looking to land shock victories.
Bristol City have been handed a home tie with Manchester City and they'll hope to make home comforts count, although that hasn't worked in their favour in the past.
The two clubs have met twice at Ashton Gate since 2007 and the Citizens have won both of those meetings.
The Robins are 12/1 in the Full Time Result market, with the draw available at 6/1 and City priced at 1/5 to win.
Stoke have also been handed a home draw with Brighton set to visit the bet365 Stadium, while Blackburn hit the road to face Leicester at the King Power.
There's an all-Premier League affair on the agenda at Craven Cottage as Fulham host strugglers Leeds.
FA Cup: Mariners eyeing another upset
|What||Southampton v Grimsby|
|Where||St Mary’s, Southampton|
|When||19:15, Wednesday 1st March 2023|
|How to watch||bet365’s Sports Live Streaming & ITV|
|Odds||Southampton 3/10, Draw 9/2, Grimsby 8/1|
The FA Cup action continues on Wednesday with a further four ties and Grimsby, the lowest-ranked club still in the competition, are looking to claim a Premier League scalp.
League Two Grimsby beat Championship outfit Luton in round four and they have been rewarded with a trip to Southampton.
The Mariners are appearing at this stage for the first time since 1995/96 and last made it to the quarter-finals in 1938/39.
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Grimsby are 8/1 in the Full Time Result market with the draw priced at 9/2 and a Southampton triumph can be backed at 3/10.
Meanwhile, runaway Championship leaders Burnley welcome League One outfit Fleetwood to Turf Moor.
Sheffield United, who are also hoping to be in the top-flight next term, can test their credentials when Tottenham visit Bramall Lane.
Once again, there is just one all-Premier League tie when West Ham hit the road to face Manchester United at Old Trafford.
United, available at 7/2 to win the FA Cup outright, have triumphed in the competition 12 times - only Arsenal (14) have lifted the trophy on more occasions - but they haven't made it to the final since 2018.
Premier League: Arsenal and Liverpool seeking revenge
|What||Arsenal v Everton|
|Where||Emirates Stadium, London|
|When||19:45, Wednesday 1st March 2023|
|Odds||Arsenal 4/11, Draw 15/4, Everton 8/1|
There's a double-header in the Premier League on Wednesday with leaders Arsenal hosting Everton at 19:45 while Wolves head to Liverpool at 20:00.
Everton won the reverse fixture 1-0 on 4th February in Sean Dyche's first game in charge and Arsenal will be eager to flip the script here as they push on for the title.
The Toffees lost 5-1 when they travelled to the Emirates last term and they've only managed one win at Arsenal across all competitions since 1996, losing 23 times and drawing four.
Arsenal are 4/11 To Win, with the draw priced at 15/4 and Everton can be backed at 8/1.
Liverpool are also looking to earn some revenge when Wolves, who ran out 3-0 winners in the clash at Molineux, go to Anfield.
The Reds' home form has been far superior to their performances on the road in 2022/23, picking up 24 of their 36 points on Merseyside.
Wolves, however, can take confidence from their visit in the FA Cup on 7th January when they sealed a 2-2 draw.
Cricket: England begin Bangladesh series
|What||Bangladesh v England - First ODI|
|Where||Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka|
|When||08:30, Wednesday 1st March 2023|
England begin their latest one-day series on Wednesday, when the world champions play the first game of a three-match series in Bangladesh.
Matthew Mott’s men step up their preparations for the World Cup, which takes place in India in October and November, as they look to defend their title.
England, though, head into this series having slipped to fourth in the world rankings following their recent 2-1 defeat in South Africa.
The tourists have won just three of their last 11 ODIs and face a Bangladesh team that defeated India in a 50-over series at the end of last year.
Rugby League: Warrington looking to extend winning streak
|What||Warrington Wolves v Salford Red Devils|
|Where||Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington|
|When||20:00, Thursday 2nd March|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Arena|
Round 3 of the Super League campaign gets underway on Thursday when table-toppers Warrington Wolves host Salford Red Devils.
Warrington, who finished 11th last season, beat Leeds Rhinos 42-10 at home before claiming a 26-16 win at Huddersfield Giants to lead the way in the standings on points difference.
Salford also started the term with a victory, seeing off newly promoted Leigh Leopards 20-10 on the road, however, they fell to a 24-10 loss at home to Hull KR last time out.
The Red Devils ran out 32-24 winners when visiting the Halliwell Jones Stadium in 2022.
Golf: Big names head to Bay Hill
|What||Arnold Palmer Invitational|
|Where||Bay Hill Golf Course|
|When||2nd-5th March 2023|
|How to watch||Golf Live Tracker & Sky Sports Golf|
The Arnold Palmer Invitational is the highlight of this week's golf action with the Bay Hill Club & Lodge set to host once again.
The tournament has been played at the Orlando, Florida venue permanently since 1979 and there's a $20,000,000 purse on the line.
Tiger Woods, who last lifted the trophy in 2013 when he holed three eagles, is the record eight-time winner.
Scottie Scheffler, 16/1 To Win, was victorious at last year's event, finishing one-shot clear of a three-man chasing pack of Viktor Hovland, Billy Horschel and Tyrrell Hatton.
The Puerto Rico Open also gets underway on Thursday and all the action is available to follow on bet365's Golf Tracker.
Super League: Undefeated Robins return to action
|What||Hull KR v Leigh Leopards|
|Where||Hull College Craven Park Stadium, Hull|
|When||20:00, Friday 3rd March|
There are five games scheduled in the Super League on Friday with second-placed Hull KR hosting newly-promoted Leigh Leopards.
The Robins have beaten Wigan Warriors and Salford - both sides reached the play-off semi-finals in 2022 - and will be confident of making it three in a row when they face winless Leigh.
Elsewhere, last season's Grand Final winners St Helens host Leeds Rhinos, Wigan travel to Castleford, Huddersfield head to Wakefield and Catalans Dragons welcome Hull FC to Perpignan.
Premier League: Newcastle face tough Etihad assignment
|What||Manchester City v Newcastle|
|Where||Etihad Stadium, Manchester|
|When||12:30, Saturday 4th March 2023|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Manchester City 4/9, Draw 15/4, Newcastle 11/2|
There are seven games lined up on a busy Saturday in the Premier League with some hugely important matches at both ends of the table.
Newcastle head to Manchester City at 12:30 as they look to address a recent drop-off in form, having failed to win in four league outings.
The reverse clash at St James' Park was hugely exciting as City came from 3-1 down to earn a 3-3 draw in the north east.
Manchester City are 4/9 in the Full Time Result market with the draw 15/4 and Newcastle 11/2.
At 15:00, Arsenal host Bournemouth, who have lost all five previous league visits to the Emirates, while there are four other games set for the traditional kick-off slot.
The late clash, which gets underway at 17:30, sees Southampton welcome Leicester to St Mary's.
Premier League: United eyeing double delight
|What||Liverpool v Manchester United|
|When||16:30, Sunday 5th March 2023|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Premier League|
|Odds||Liverpool 11/8, Draw 12/5, Manchester United 15/8|
There are two games scheduled for Sunday with Liverpool's home clash against Manchester United the standout at 16:30.
United ran out 2-1 winners at Old Trafford on 22nd August and they are seeking a first win at Anfield since 2016.
Liverpool are 11/8 in the Full Time Result market with the draw 12/5 and Manchester United 15/8.
All eyes are on the bottom end of the table earlier in the day when Nottingham Forest host Everton at 14:00.
Forest's hopes of beating relegation have been boosted by their home form since the turn of the year but they face a tough assignment as Everton are fighting for their own survival.