Sports Schedule – Friday 3rd April
We take a look at the key events happening throughout the world
Sporting action continues across the globe on Friday, with horse racing and football taking centre stage.
There’s also basketball, virtual boxing and Esports to look forward to, with all events scheduled to take place as of the time of writing.
We start with racing and there are four exciting cards across the pond in the USA. Night owls can enjoy action throughout the night at Remington Park.
Later on, there are also jam-packed meetings from Gulfstream, Golden Gate Fields and Tampa Bay Downs.
Elsewhere, early risers can catch the racing from Australia, with cards from Canberra, Cranbourne, Gold Coast and Tamworth.
And there’s racing from Japan and Sweden scheduled throughout the day.
Belarus continues to fly the flag as the only place in Europe still playing competitive football. Friday sees two fixtures in the Belarusian Vysshaya League, starting with Belshina Bobruisk against Gorodeya at 15:00.
The hosts are priced at 11/8 to record their first win of the season, while our traders have Gorodeya at 2/1.
At 17:00, Dinamo Minsk are 23/20 to beat Zhodino, who are going at 12/5.
We’ve got two basketball matches to look out for in the Taiwan SBL, starting with Taiwan Bank v Yulon Luxgen Dinos at 10:00. The hosts are the underdogs at 15/8 and face a tough test against their 7/20 opponents.
At 12:00, Pauian are 1/7 for a comfortable home win over Jeoutai Basketball, who are priced at 4/1.
Friday sees League of Legends action from six leagues, including G2 Esports v MAD Lions in the European Championship. There are also three fixtures in the Legends Pro League, getting underway at 7:00.
We’ve also got Counter-Strike: Global Offensive from two leagues, with six clashes in the ESL Pro League and a further two in ESEA Advanced Europe.
Elsewhere, there is Dota 2 action from the China Dota2 Professional League and ESL One Los Angeles, as well as from the Rainbow Six Pro League Latin America.
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All odds and markets are correct as of date of publication