Football: Transfer Deadline Day, SSN, from 6am
Yes, you read that right. From 6am. Until 6am the next day. You might think that even the most exciting, incident-packed transfer deadline day possible could be summarised in, say, half an hour. But you’re not Sky. Expect to see Harry Redknapp leaning out of his car. Then, for several hours after the window ‘slams shut’ [(c) The Jim White Book Of Deadline Day Cliches], you can watch the highlights of Harry Redknapp leaning out of his car. Sometimes, this planet...
Super League: Leeds Rhinos v Hull, SS1, 7pm
Can Leeds make it six Super Leagues out of seven? Their bid to do just that begins at the Headingley Carnegie Stadium against Hull as Super League XVIII gets under way.
RBS Six Nations: Wales v Ireland, England v Scotland, BBC1, from 1pm
A rare treat for terrestrial loyalists: Top quality live sport on the BBC. First, Warren Gatland’s men begin the defence of their title – won with a Grand Slam last year – at the Millennium Stadium. Then Stuart Lancaster sends his England side into battle at Twickenham.
Super League: St Helens v Huddersfield Giants, SS1, 4.30pm
Saints started slowly last year, while Huddersfield got off to a flyer. New coach Nathan Brown will be hoping history doesn’t repeat itself at Langtree Park.
Premier League: West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur, SS1, 1pm
Sky’s Super Sunday warm-up for Liverpool’s trip to Manchester City sees former Anfield coach Steve Clarke welcome Andre Villas-Boas’s Spurs.
Superbowl XLVII: Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers, SS1, 10.30pm
History is being made at the New Orleans Superdome – principally famous for its role as a refuge when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005 – as two brothers coach the opposing teams in Gridiron’s showpiece. Expect a frosty atmosphere at the next Harbaugh family get-together after Baltimore's John and San Francisco's Jim go toe-to-toe.
Compiled by TOM EVANS