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April on BT Sport: Fury vs Whyte, Champions League and Heineken Champions Cup headline blockbuster month
The unmissable heavyweight showdown between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte will be shown on BT Sport Box Office.
With so much in store, there’s never been a better time to join BT Sport.
Read on to find out what’s coming up in yet another blockbuster month on your home of live sport.
Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte: Saturday 23 April on BT Sport Box Office
BT Sport Box Office will show one of the biggest fights in British boxing history when Tyson Fury meets Dillian Whyte at Wembley on Saturday 23 April.
Fury, unbeaten in 32 bouts, has not fought in the UK since August 2018 when he outpointed Francesco Pianeta in Belfast.
Since then, he has reclaimed the WBC belt and taken on Deontay Wilder in a historic trilogy in the US.
Fury’s last outing saw him retain his title with a thrilling 11th-round knockout of the American in Las Vegas.
Whyte is the mandatory challenger to the WBC title and the Londoner last fought when he beat Russian Alexander Povetkin in March 2021.
He was set to face Otto Wallin in October, but the fight was called off after the Briton suffered a shoulder injury.
“There hasn’t been a bigger fight since Lewis-Bruno, an all-British showdown for the WBC heavyweight championship of the world,” said Fury at the announcement press conference.
“I am looking to put on an excellent showcase of knockout boxing in front of the UK fans and then sing a load of songs afterwards! Time to party on down in the Big Smoke!”
“It will be a fantastic night of boxing and will be a sell-out with just under a 100,000 capacity,” added promoter Frank Warren. It will be a special night because you have got the WBC champion, the Lineal champion who has not fought here in nearly four years.”
More details about how to book Fury vs Whyte on BT Sport Box Office will be released soon.
BT Sport will show the Champions League quarter-finals and the first leg of the semi-finals in April.
Holders Chelsea face 13-time winners Real Madrid over two legs in a mouth-watering last-eight tie.
The draw means the Blues face a reunion with former manager Carlo Ancelotti who is one of only three managers to win the competition three times.
Premier League leaders Man City will play Atletico Madrid, while Liverpool meet Benfica and Bayern Munich take on Villarreal.
Diego Simeone’s side have the chance to complete a Manchester double having beaten Man Utd in the last round, while Liverpool will play the Portuguese giants for the first time since 2010.
The quarter-finals take place on 5-6 April and 12-13 April.
In the semi-finals, Chelsea or Real Madrid will play the winner of the Man City v Atletico Madrid tie, while Benfica or Liverpool will face Villarreal or Bayern Munich.
The first legs of the semi-finals will be on 26-27 April.
BT Sport will also show every game from the Europa League, including West Ham’s quarter-final against Lyon and Rangers’ clash with Braga.
In the Europa Conference League, Leicester were drawn to play Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.
BT Sport will show five Premier League matches in April which will have implications at both ends of the table.
First up, title-chasing Liverpool look to keep pace with leaders Man City when they face relegation-threatened Watford on Saturday 2 April.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have won their last eight league matches but they can’t afford to look past a Watford side who are fighting for survival under Roy Hodgson.
A week later, Everton host Man Utd in a massive clash at Goodison Park.
The Toffees are enduring a torrid season and are genuine relegation contenders, while Man Utd are pushing for a top-four finish.
On Saturday 16 April, Antonio Conte’s Tottenham host Brighton in an important match in the Champions League shake-up.
Spurs are enjoying a good run of form but are trailing north London rivals Arsenal in the race for fourth.
We have a huge match a week later as Arsenal meet Man Utd at the Emirates in what could be a top-four decider.
With only four points separating the two clubs going into April, the battle for fourth is set to go all the way.
A resurgent Newcastle entertain Liverpool in our final Premier League offering in April.
Eddie Howe has guided Newcastle away from the bottom three and will be looking for a strong end to the season, while Liverpool will be fighting for the title.
The Heineken Champions Cup returns in April with eight two-legged last 16 ties to played over the course of an unmissable 10 days – with every minute live on BT Sport.
Exeter Chiefs meet Munster in one of the standout ties. The Irish province won all four of their Pool B games and will at home in the second leg.
Ulster, another side to win all four games, meet holders Toulouse who scraped through to the last 16.
French giants Clermont will play Gallagher Premiership leaders Leicester Tigers, while Bristol face Sale in an all-English tie.
Premiership champions Harlequins will face Top 14 outfit Montpellier in an intriguing clash of styles.
Four-time winners Leinster, chasing a first title since 2018, face fellow Irish province Connacht who have reached the last 16 for the first time in their history.
There are two more all-French ties as Stade Francais face Racing 92 and Bordeaux-Begles meet La Rochelle.
The Champions Cup round of 16 first-leg games will take place between 8-10 April, with the return legs scheduled for 15-17 April.
If all that is not enough, BT Sport will also be showing three more rounds from the Gallagher Premiership in April as the race for the play-offs intensifies.
After a thrilling return, the fastest show on two wheels continues on BT Sport with three more races in April.
Italian Enea Bastianini leads the standings after two races in Qatar and Indonesia, but the 2022 season is already shaping up to be one of the most fiercely contested yet.
Miguel Oliveira returned to the top of the podium in a sodden Indonesian MotoGP last time out after a supreme performance in Mandalika.
The circuit reconvenes in Argentina on Sunday 3 April before travelling to America on Sunday 10 April and Portugal on Sunday 24 April.
Six-time MotoGP champion Marc Marquez will be absent from this weekend’s Argentine Grand Prix following a shocking crash in Indonesia but could return for Portugal.
As always, we’ll bring you coverage of all the action, including every practice session, qualifying and the race itself.
Our brilliant Raceday Experience on the BT Sport app allows viewers to use our interactive timeline to go back and re-watch all the key moments, overtakes and crashes.
And you can get even closer to the action with Rider 360 which lets you hop on-board the top riders’ bikes for the ultimate immersive experience.
Plus, you can enjoy the coverage along with your friends by choosing the Watch Together option.
And that’s not all…
BT Sport will be showing three UFC events in April including Alexander Volkanovski vs The Korean Zombie at UFC 273.
There’s also a veritable feast of European football in store from Serie A and Ligue 1, National League, international cricket, WWE, MLB, AFL and more.