Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

Find out the details of the major sports coverage on offer across the BBC's television, radio and online platforms this week.

Highlights include the Australian Open, the Masters snooker final, live Ski Sunday action plus FA Cup and Premier League football.

All times GMT. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made. For more details of forthcoming coverage, visit the specific sport's page on the desktop website. Also, coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page..

Sunday, 17 January

BBC Two is at the Masters as the final of one of snooker's most prestigious tournaments plays out at Alexandra Palace in London. In the Premier League, Stoke host Arsenal, with Arsene Wenger's men looking to continue their winning ways in 2016, and BBC Radio 5 live sports extra takes in European rugby and NFL from the US as the race to the Super Bowl heats up.

03:05-11:30, Cricket - Australia v India, second ODI, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

05:00-06:00, Football - The Non League Football Show, BBC Radio 5 live

07:35-09:00, Football - Match of the Day (repeat), BBC One

09:00-10:00, Sportsweek, BBC Radio 5 live

12:15-13:00, Football - MOTD 2 Extra, BBC Two

12:15-13:00, Football - MOTD 2 Extra, BBC Radio 5 live

13:00-16:15, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

Live coverage from the afternoon's sport, including European Champions Cup rugby union.

13:00-17:15, Snooker - Masters Final, Barry Hawkins v Ronnie O'Sullivan, BBC Two

14:45-17:15, Rugby Union - Toulon v Wasps, European Champions Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

16:15-18:10, Football - Stoke v Arsenal, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live

17:15-18:00, Winter Sports - Ski Sunday, Wengen, BBC Two

17:15-19:30, Rugby Union - Northampton v Glasgow, European Champions Cup, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:10-19:30, Football - 606, football phone-in, BBC Radio 5 live

19:00-23:00, Snooker - Masters Final, Barry Hawkins v Ronnie O'Sullivan, BBC Two

19:30-02:00, American Football - Pittsburgh Steelers at the Denver Broncos, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

22:30-23:30, Football - Match of the Day 2, BBC One (23:25-00:25, BBC One Scotland)

22:30-23:25, Football - Sportscene, BBC One Scotland

Monday, 18 January

The opening Grand Slam of the 2016 tennis season starts as Melbourne hosts the Australian Open, and the Bowls World Championship begins with full coverage on BBC TV and on the Red Button.

06:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open, day one, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Including commentary of Heather Watson v Timea Babos.

10:00-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & online

13:00-17:15, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two

19:00-20:00, Football - The Monday Night Club, BBC Radio 5 live

19:10-21:15, Football - Newport County v Blackburn Rovers, FA Cup third round, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

20:00-22:00, Football - Swansea v Watford, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live

22:00-22:30, Football - 5 live Football Social, BBC Radio 5 live

00:15-01:15, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two (00:45-01:45 BBC Two Scotland)

Tuesday, 19 January

Follow live TV coverage of the singles rounds and mixed pairs final in the World Indoor Bowls Championships. There is also live radio and online coverage of day two in the Australian Open tennis, plus Aston Villa v Wycombe and Bolton v Eastleigh in the FA Cup.

07:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open, day two, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

10:00-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & online

13:00-17:15, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two (13:00-13:35 & 14:35-17:15, BBC Two Wales and 13:45-14:35, BBC Red Button & online)

19:00-19:45, 5 live sports, BBC Radio 5 live

Mark Pougatch presents sports news, and build-up to tonight's FA Cup third round replays.

19:45-22:30, Football - Aston Villa v Wycombe, FA Cup third round replay, BBC Radio 5 live

19:00-22:30, Football - 5 live Final Score, BBC Red Button and online

19:45-23:00, Football - Bolton v Eastleigh, FA Cup third round replay, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

22:30-23:20, American Football - Race to Super Bowl 50, BBC Red Button

23:15-00:05, American Football - Race to Super Bowl 50, BBC Two (23:45-00:35, BBC Two Scotland & 00:15-01:05, BBC Two Northern Ireland)

00:05-01:05, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two (00:35-01:35, BBC Two Scotland & not available in Northern Ireland)

Wednesday, 20 January

A 2-2 stalemate was the result of Tottenham and Leicester's third-round tie on January 10

Leicester host Tottenham and Exeter travel to Liverpool for their FA Cup third-round replays, live bowls continues on BBC Two and the Australian Open enters its third day of competition.

03:05-07:00, Cricket - Australia v India, fourth ODI, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra (continues online until 11:30)

07:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open, day three, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

10:00-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & online

13:10-17:15, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two (13:10-14:30 & 15:30-17:15, BBC Two Scotland and 14:30-15:30, BBC Red Button & online)

19:00-20:00, 5 live sports, BBC Radio 5 live

Mark Pougatch presents sports news, and build-up to tonight's FA Cup third round replays.

20:00-22:30, Football - Liverpool v Exeter, FA Cup third round replay, BBC Radio 5 live

19:30 -22:45, Football - Leicester v Tottenham, FA Cup third round replay, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

19:30-22:00, Football - MOTD Live: Leicester v Tottenham, FA Cup third round replay, BBC One

00:15-01:15, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two (00:45-01:45, BBC Two Scotland)

Thursday, 21 January

The Australian Open reaches its fourth day, the World Bowls Championships features singles matches and there's another high-profile line-up on The Clare Balding Show.

07:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open, day four, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

10:00-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & online

13:00-17:15, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two

19:00-20:00, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

Caroline Barker presents the day's sports news, features and interviews.

20:00-21:00, Cricket - The Tuffers and Vaughan Cricket Show, BBC Radio 5 live

22:00-22:30, The Clare Balding Show, BBC Two

Clare's guests include gymnast Max Whitlock and adventurer Sarah Outen.

00:15-01:15, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two (00:45-01:45 BBC Two Wales and BBC Two Scotland)

Friday, 22 January

The fourth Test between South Africa and England gets under way with live ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, Australian Open tennis and the World Bowls Championships continue. There is action from the men's and women's halfpipe events at this year's Laax Open.

07:00-08:15, Tennis - Australian Open, day five, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

08:15-16:45, Cricket - South Africa v England, fourth Test, day one, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

09:30-10:15, Winter Sports - Laax Open, women's halfpipe, Connected TV & Online (Repeat, 13:30-14:45, BBC Red Button)

10:00-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & Online

12:00-13:30, Winter Sports - Laax Open, men's halfpipe, BBC Red Button & Online

13:00-17:15 Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two

13:00-14:00, The Friday Sports Panel, BBC Radio 5 live

Discussion on the week's sporting issues, plus a look ahead to the weekend.

19:00-21:00, Football - weekend preview, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

Mark Chapman presents a look ahead to the weekend's football.

21:00-22:00, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

A look ahead to the rest of the weekend's sport.

00:05-01:05, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two

Saturday, 23 January

Liverpool and Norwich shared a 1-1 draw when they met at Anfield in September, can either team claim the full three points at Carrow Road?

Premier League football takes centre stage as Norwich host Liverpool in the early kick-off before seven further matches. Live tennis and cricket continue with the Australian Open and South Africa v England, plus there is live winter sports action from the Laax Open.

03:05-07:00, Cricket - Australia v India, fifth ODI, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

07:00-08:15, Tennis - Australian Open, day six, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

08:15-16:45, Cricket - South Africa v England, fourth Test, day two, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

09:00-11:00, The Danny Baker Show, BBC Radio 5 live

Danny Baker presents his original mix of Saturday morning sports entertainment.

09:15-11:15, Winter sports - Women's downhill, Cortina, Ski Sunday Extra, Connected TV & Online (Replay, 17:30-19:30, BBC Red Button)

09:30-10:15, Winter sports - Women's slopestyle, Laax Open, Connected TV & Online (Replay, 13:30-14:30, BBC Red Button)

10:30-12:00, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Red Button & Online

11:00-12:00, Fighting Talk, BBC Radio 5 live

Georgie Ainslie hosts experts trying to win points for punditry on the week's sport.

12:10-12:50, Football - Football Focus, BBC One

12:00-12:45, Saturday sport build-up, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

12:00-13:30, Winter sports - Men's slopestyle, Laax Open, BBC Red Button & Online

12:45-15:00, Football - Norwich City v Liverpool, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live

12:50-13:00, Saturday Sportsday, BBC One

13:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open highlights, BBC One

14:00-16:30, Bowls - World Championships, BBC One

14:30-17:30, Football - Final Score, BBC Red Button & Online

15:00-17:00, Premier League updates, BBC Radio 5 live

16:30-17:10, Football - Final Score, BBC One (not Scotland; 16:30-17:00, BBC One NI)

16:30-17:10, Football - Sportscene, BBC One Scotland

17:00-17:10, Football - Final Score from NI, BBC One NI

17:00-18:06, Sports Report, BBC Radio 5 live

17:30-19:30, Rugby Union - European Rugby Champions Cup commentary, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

18:06-20:00, 606 football phone-in, BBC Radio 5 live

22:25-23:55, Football - Match of the Day, BBC One

23:35-00:35, Bowls - World Championships highlights, BBC Two

Sunday, 24 January

Arsenal host Chelsea and Swansea travel to Everton in the Premier League, South Africa and England enter day three of the fourth Test, Ski Sunday Extra is live from Kitzbuehel, Austria, for the men's slalom event and there is live commentary from the NFL as the countdown continues to the Super Bowl on February 7.

05:00-06:00, Football - The Non League Football Show, BBC Radio 5 live

07:00-08:15, Tennis - Australian Open, day seven, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

07:30-09:00, Football - Match of the Day (repeat), BBC One

08:15-16:45, Cricket - South Africa v England, fourth Test, day three, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

09:00-10:00, Sportsweek, BBC Radio 5 live

Garry Richardson looks at the main sports stories of the week.

09:30-11:30, Winter Sports - Men's Slalom, Kitzbuehel, first run, Ski Sunday Extra, BBC Red Button & Online

12:00-12:15, 5 live Sport, BBC Radio 5 live

Jonathan Overend presents build-up to the afternoon's sport coverage.

12:15-13:00, Football - Match of the Day 2 Extra, BBC Two

12:15-13:00, Football - Match of the Day 2 Extra, BBC Radio 5 live

12:30-14:30, Winter Sports - Men's Slalom, Kitzbuehel, second run, Ski Sunday Extra, BBC Red Button & Online (replay, 17:55, BBC Red Button)

13:00-14:00, Tennis - Australian Open highlights, BBC Two

13:00-16:00, 5 live Sport - BBC Radio 5 live

Coverage from the afternoon's sport, including updates from Everton v Swansea City.

14:00-17:15, Bowls - World Championships, BBC Two

16:00-18:06, Football - Arsenal v Chelsea, Premier League, BBC Radio 5 live

17:15-18:00, Winter Sports - Ski Sunday, BBC Two

18:06-19:30, Football - 606 phone-in, BBC Radio 5 live

19:30-03:30, American Football - NFL commentary, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

Live commentary from the NFC and AFC Championship games.

22:30-23:30, Football - Match of the Day 2, BBC One (23:25-00:25, BBC One Scotland)

22:30-23:25, Football - Sportscene, BBC One Scotland

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National and regional variations

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