Vodafone offers customers Sky Sports Mobile TV on a number of its Pay Monthly plans. Take a look at our top sporting picks for February.
Sky Sports is the go-to destination for sports fans when it comes to live action. On a selection of contracts, Vodafone offers its customers this service on your smartphone – meaning you’ll never miss a match even when you’re on the move.
Take a look at our must-watch picks for February below.
2 Feb: Super Bowl LIV
The 54th Super Bowl will see Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers take the field in what’s set to be another historic National Football League (NFL) final.
The highly anticipated game will see quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes (Chiefs) face off against Jimmy Garoppolo (49ers), as well as half time performances from popstars Shakira and Jennifer Lopez.
According to AdAge, 30-second in-game adverts this year will cost an eye-watering $5.6m (£4.3m) – nearly two hundred thousand dollars a second.
16 Feb: South Africa v England T20
After almost two months in South Africa, the England cricket team will play their final match of the tour at SuperSport Park on 16 Feb. Concluding with a Twenty20, this will be the last in a series that has consisted of four test matches, three one day internationals and three T20s.
England have won three out of four tests, with notable performances from Joe Root with the bat and Mark Wood with the ball.
But the big question is: with six matches to go, will they still remain on top?
17 Feb: Chelsea v Manchester United
In one of the greatest rivalries in Premier League football history, Chelsea host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Monday Night Football (MNF) on 17 Feb. In what looks like a two-horse race for the final Champion’s League spot, it’s a must-win game for both teams. Last time the two clubs faced each other in the Premier League, The Red Devils wiped the Blues off the field in a convincing 4-0 victory.
Football legends Frank Lampard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been forced to field developing teams this season.
So who will grab that all-important fourth-place finish?