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Sports Schedule: Wednesday 1st April

| 31.03.2020

Want to know what’s happening across the sporting world today?

If you’re looking for first-rate sporting action today, you’re in luck – with an array of Horse Racing from around the world, an eBoxing bout that’s not to be missed, plus football, golf and Esports all on the cards.

All of these events are still scheduled to go ahead as of the time of writing:

Horse Racing

It’s a big day for racing from across the pond, with action from four racecourses, including Tampa Bay Downs, Fonner Park, Will Rogers Downs and Cal-Expo. Tampa Bay is first up, with races starting from 17:30, as jockey Anthony Gallardo looks to keep up his impressive form on the track.

There’s also a nine-race trotting card from Sweden’s Bergsåker track, beginning at 17:27.


The eWorld Boxing Super Series Middle-weight Legends tournament continues, with eSugar Ray Leonard taking on eRonald Wright for a place in the semi-finals, where Sugar Ray Robinson awaits – after his fifth-round KO takedown of Fernando Vargas.

Sugar Ray Leonard is the favourite at 1/8, while Wright can be backed at 9/2 for the upset.


The Nicaraguan Primera Division continues, with two interesting ties. Strugglers Chinandega FC take on league-leaders Juventus Managua, while bottom-team Las Sabanas CF play Real Madriz, with both games kicking-off at 23:00


Over at Sun City, the Cactus Tour second round resumes at 14:25, before the final round of the Verrado Founders Championship begins later in the day at 18:45.


Both the LPL and LCK are in action early doors on League of Legends, with an enticing Gen.G v T1 match-up in the Korean league. With both teams in excellent form going into this, Gen.G are slight favourites at 8/13 to win, while three-time World Champions SKT T1 can be backed at 6/5.

View the latest sports odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Michael Johnson

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