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Brook Lopez owns the Raptors in the fourth quarter, Blue Jays 2023 Expectations, Brandin Cooks to the Dallas Cowboys, and Maple Leafs road trip!
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Can Casey O’Neill round off the perfect comeback with a win against Jennifer Maia at UFC 286 on Saturday?
The UEFA Champions League Quarter-Finals are set. Madrid vs. Chelsea, Man City vs. Bayern, Napoli vs. AC Milan, Benfica vs. Inter Milan. Let's dive in
Man Utd-Fulham headline the FA Cup while Arsenal look to pull away in the Premier League against a Crystal Palace side that sacked Patrick Vieira!
The Toronto FC look to turn their season around against Inter Miami, March Madness action, Luke Schenn makes his home debut, and the Raptors report.
Today The Programme is previewing a huge WTA matchup as Aryna Sabalenka and Maria Sakkari prepare for a showdown in the California desert tomorrow.
Is Klopp's time over at Liverpool? With no chance of any trophy, Liverpool are solely fighting for a top 4 finish in the Premier League.
Coach Bob Bradley confirms TFC star Lorenzo Insigne will miss up to 3-4 games after picking up an injury in the first match of the season.
As Gilgeous-Alexander’s OKC Thunder get set to face the Toronto Raptors, Michael Singh gives Canadian some love for the incredible year he's having.
Nottingham Forest host Newcastle United on Friday night, with the Magpies continuing their fight for the European places and the home side batting it
An inside look at the NHL GM Meeting's with Chris Johnston, the NHL salary cap, UFC 286, Jamaal Williams to Saints, and Siakam’s Shooting Slump.
Today we’re talking tennis and soccer, with previews from the FA Women’s Super League and the WTA Indian Wells Open.
The Toronto Maple Leafs (40-18-8) continue their home stand tonight against the Colorado Avalanche (37-22-6)
The Programme is back at Indian Wells today, previewing two of Tuesday’s biggest matchups at the BNP Paribas Open’s champions.