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SPORT LIVE ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL CRICKET England and Ireland play the first match of their three-game series at Headingley. With the ICC World Cup getting under way in India two weeks tomorrow, the hosts’ batters and bowlers will be determined to put on a show in Leeds and cement their spot in the starting line-up. Sky Sports Main Event, 12midday SPORT LIVE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Arsenal return to the Champions League while welcoming PSV Eindhoven to the Emirates. Meanwhile, Harry Kane should be in the Bayern Munich line-up when they host Manchester United. Live EFL sees two of the favourites for promotion from the Championship – Norwich and Leicester – meet at Carrow Road (kick-offs 8pm). TNT Sports 1, 7pm; TNT Sports 2, 7.45pm; Sky Sports Football, 7.30pm CRAFT THE REPAIR SHOP While metal expert Dominic Chinea tries to get the wheels moving on a rusty two-wheel scooter, bookbinder Chris Shaw restores a 100-year-old handwritten Koran. Plus, master goldsmith Richard Talman attempts to fix a broken diamond ring but must be careful not to damage the ashes of its owner’s late mother, which are stored inside. BBC1, 8pm REALITY CELEBRITY RACE ACROSS THE WORLD Harry Judd, Billy Monger, Melanie Blatt, above with mother Helene, left, and Alex Beresford are the famous faces up for the 6,200-mile race from Marrakech in Morocco to Tromsø in Norway. They’ll be making the trip on a limited budget without planes or the internet, but they can take a loved one along. This first episode was postponed from last week. BBC1, 9pm REALITY SEX RATED Rylan Clark enjoys himself hosting this raunchy dating show which sees people reunited with their exes for the biggest relationship debrief of their lives. Sex educator Ruby Rare chips in with bedroom hints. E4, 10pm DRAMA CARDIAC ARREST A chance to see the medical drama from Jed Mercurio (under the pseudonym John MacUre) broadcast in 1994. It follows newly qualified junior doctor and devout Christian Andrew Collin (Andrew Lancel) as he deals with one NHS crisis after another. Helen Baxendale, right, also stars. BBC4, from 10pm (showing all six episodes)