Sports Schedule: Friday 20th March
The best of Friday’s action, including football, international horse racing, greyhounds and more
We’ve still got a range of sports to look forward to despite postponements, cancellations and suspensions across the globe daily.
Hoping to land a winner? We’ve got a list of Friday’s action for you to take a look at.
All of these events are still scheduled to go ahead at the time of writing…
We may have lost the Turkish Super Lig, after the decision was taken to suspend action for a month, but we’ve still got football from elsewhere to look forward to.
Dinamo Minsk are favourites at 2/5 against FC Ruh Brest, with the away side 13/2 to grab a win in the Bularusian Vysshaya League at 17:00
You can also find action from the Palestinian West Bank Premier League and the Ugandan Division 2 where Doves All Stars are 29/20 to beat MYDA. The away side are 3/2 to get three points.
The racing still goes ahead overseas, with meets coming from Fairview in South Africa and a host of action from across America, including Santa Anita, Gulfstream and Tampa Bay Downs to name a few.
Elsewhere, Australian racing takes places at the likes of Albury, Sunshine Coast, Townville and more, with Kranji in Singapore hosting races throughout the day too.
There’s one race meet scheduled in Ireland, coming from Dundalk and getting underway at 13:30 with a card of eight races.
British Greyhound racing may be behind closed doors, but that hasn’t stopped the action completely, with eight race meets across UK and Ireland.
We’re covering the action from Monmore, Harlow, Henlow, Hove, Kinsley, Nottingham, Romford and Cork.
The action gets started from the Hove track at 10:33, before the day comes to a close at the Romford track at 21:26.
We’ve got a whole host of top action from the world of gaming, with three League of Legends Championship including the European, Pacific and Pro League Series.
Elsewhere, we’ve got four Counter Strike: Global Offensive tournaments including the ESL ESEA Pro League, Flashpoint, ESEA Advanced Europe and ESEA MDL Australia.
If they don’t take your fancy, we’ve got Dota 2 action too with the China Dota 2 Development league at 06:00 and 09:00, before the Dota GGB Championship at 12:00.
Cage Warriors 113 still goes ahead, with only a late venue change needed after Indigo at the O2 closed its doors. The bouts will now go ahead behind closed doors at the Manchester BEC Arena.
The main card gets underway at 21:00, with Darren Stewart taking on Dartosz Fabinski in the Middleweight division. Stewart is 1/2 favourite to win, with Fabinski 13/8.
In the Lightweight title fight, Mason Jones is the 2/9 favourite for the title, with Joe McColgan 3/1 to beat Jones.
Elsewhere, David Bear is 1/2 to beat Nathan Jones, with Mr Bag & Tag out at 31/20 to beat Bear. Paddy Pimblett is 2/7 to top Declan Dalton in their bout, with Dalton a 5/2 outsider.
There’s plenty more action from the undercard too, with a further seven fights to cast your eyes on.
The Rugby League action down under is still going ahead, with two matches scheduled to take place early morning in Australia’s National Rugby League.
St George Illawarra Dragons take on the Penrith Panthers at 07:00, with the home side 7/5 underdogs to win. It’s the Panthers who are odds-on 8/13 favourites.
Elsewhere, Brisbane Broncos take on South Sydney Rabbitohs from 09:05. Our traders can’t split the sides, with both sides 10/11 to win. The draw is available at 20/1.
There’s action from the Clutch Pro Tour in London, where we’re at The Shire Golf Club as part of the biggest open access tour.
Callum Shinkwin is favourite to win at 12/1, with Steven Brown next at 14s and Matt Ford and Todd Clements available at 22s.
After Richmond and Carlton got the new Aussie Rules season underway, we’re back with more action as the Western Bulldogs take on the Collingwood Magpies. They’re each 10/11 to win.
View the latest sports odds here.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publication.