Tuesday 31st March: What sport is on?
Reckon you talk a good game? Kick-start your week by having your say on the smorgasbord of sport on offer from around the world.
It ain’t over ‘till the fat lady sings in Belarus.
After a capacity 3,000 crowd witnessed the Minsk derby on Saturday, there’s a double header in the Belarusian Amateur League – where they play 70 minute matches.
RB Strikerz are 8/11to win at home against Stolica, who are 13/5 for victory, with a draw at 11/4.
Later on there’s Favorit Minsk at 17/10 to beat Arena at Evens and Goryn v Curva Nord in the Amateur Championship!
Saddle up for a heavy dose of Australian Racing, with starter’s orders from 2.05am at Newcastle through to 8:20am at Mackay.
There’s a nine-race event at Grafton and a big card from Mornington which you can log in and watch live.
Following that there’s action from Fonner Park and Will Rogers Downs in the USA as well as action from Eskilstuna, Jagersro and Romme.
Will it be the driver or a nine iron? Take a swing on the Cactus Tour from Sun City Arizona.
It’ll be the tour’s 12th 54-hole event of the year. Lisa Pettersson heads up the betting alongside Sophia Popov at5/2. Anika Varma is third in the betting at 9/2 and Haley Moore at 5/1.
The eWBSS Middleweight Legends Championshipis now underway with eMarvin Hagler a skinny 1/6 to overcome eKelly Pavlik at 7/2.
But who do you fancy to pack the biggest punch?
The Esports world continues to dominate the sporting landscape.
There’s the Rainbow Six Pro League with four games from the North American division including Evil Geniuses at 8/11 to beat Luminosity Gaming.
It also continues in Latin America with Team Liquid at 1/5 to beat Black Dragons at 7/2.
Elsewhere, there’s a trio of matches in the Counter Strike ESL ESEA Pro League with G2 Esports at2/5for victory at 7/4 shouts OG.
You can also jump on the League of Legends Pro League including Oh My God (5/2) v Invictus Gaming (2/7).
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication