ESPN and ESPN 2 broadcast highlights 2-8 February
ESPN and ESPN 2 broadcast highlights 2-8 February

GOtv viewers can look forward to additional football and American sports action on ESPN, running from Friday 2 to Thursday 8 February 2024.

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The first live action on ESPN arrives on Friday 2 February, as Bristol City play host to Leeds United in an EFL Championship clash (22:00 LIVE on ESPN).

Leeds manager Daniel Farke recently praised the maturity and quality of his side, as they chase an immediate return to the Premier League: "I like the mentality. I’ve criticised them in the last away games when we’ve had setbacks – penalties denied and red cards – and found it difficult to grind out a result. But we were really on it and showed resilience. It was nice to watch our football, it was pleasing on the eye."

The football action continues on Saturday 3 February, with Aberdeen welcoming Celtic for a Scottish Premiership clash (14:30 LIVE on ESPN), Birmingham City are away to West Bromwich Albion for an EFL Championship derby (17:00 LIVE on ESPN), and PSV head to Amsterdam for a crunch clash with Ajax in the Eredivisie (21:00 LIVE on ESPN).

Further Eredivisie action follows on Sunday 4 February when AZ Alkmaar play host to reigning champions Feyenoord at the AFAS Stadium (15:30 LIVE on ESPN).

Each evening on Monday 5, Tuesday 6 and Thursday 8 February brings fans of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Football League (NFL) all the news and views they can handle from 'NBA Today' (22:00 LIVE on ESPN) and 'NFL Live' (23:00 LIVE on ESPN).

The evening of Wednesday 7 February brings action from the Scottish Premiership, as Celtic head to Edinburgh to face Hibernian at Easter Road (22:00 LIVE on ESPN).


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The first live action on ESPN 2 arrives on the afternoon of Saturday 3 February, as Rangers and Livingston battle in a Scottish Premiership match (17:00 LIVE on ESPN 2), followed by a Belgian Pro League game pitting Westerlo against OH Leuven (19:15 LIVE on ESPN 2), and then the National Hockey League (NHL) All-Star Game (22:00 LIVE on ESPN 2).

Sunday 4 February brings a double-dose of Belgian Pro League action, as a clash between Antwerp and Club Brugge is followed by Gent's visit to Anderlecht (14:30 and 19:30 LIVE on ESPN 2).

The early morning of Tuesday 6 February features an NHL game in which the New York Rangers will host the Colorado Avalanche (02:00 LIVE on ESPN 2), while the evening brings more Scottish Premiership action as Rangers welcome Aberdeen to Ibrox (22:00 LIVE on ESPN 2).

Aberdeen manager Barry Robson says he is happy to have Shayden Morris and James McGarry back from injury, as both are fundamental to their attacking play: "Getting James and Shayden back will be a real help to us as they give us pace on the sides. When we recruited we looked to get players who could play left-back or left wing-back. It wasn’t so much about the systems. James and Shayden gave us our speed on the sides and we have not had that."

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ESPN selected broadcast highlights

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Friday 2 February

22:00: EFL Championship, Bristol City v Leeds United – LIVE on ESPN

Saturday 3 February

14:30: Scottish Premiership, Aberdeen v Celtic – LIVE on ESPN

17:00: EFL Championship, West Bromwich Albion v Birmingham City – LIVE on ESPN

21:00: Eredivisie, Ajax v PSV – LIVE on ESPN

Sunday 4 February

15:30: Eredivisie, AZ Alkmaar v Feyenoord – LIVE on ESPN

Monday 5, Tuesday 6  & Thursday 8 February

22:00: NBA Today – LIVE on ESPN

23:00: NFL Live – LIVE on ESPN

Wednesday 7 February

22:00: Scottish Premiership, Hibernian v Celtic – LIVE on ESPN

ESPN 2 selected broadcast highlights

All times CAT

Saturday 3 February

17:00: Scottish Premiership, Rangers v Livingston – LIVE on ESPN 2

19:15: Belgian Pro League, Westerlo v OH Leuven – LIVE on ESPN 2

22:00: NHL All-Star Game – LIVE on ESPN 2

Sunday 4 February

14:30: Belgian Pro League, Antwerp v Club Brugge – LIVE on ESPN 2

19:30: Belgian Pro league, Anderlecht v Gent – LIVE on ESPN 2

Tuesday 6 February

02:00: NHL, New York Rangers v Colorado Avalanche  – LIVE on ESPN 2

22:00: Scottish Premiership, Rangers v Aberdeen – LIVE on ESPN 2