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Friday 20th March: What sport is on?

| 19.03.2020

It’s Friday and the sport keeps coming as the weekend draws ever closer. We’ve got some footy from all over the globe as well as nags and greyhound racing to dive right into.

Fancy a little flutter? We’ve stuck all of Friday’s action in one place just for you!

All of these events are still scheduled to happen at the time of writing…


This morning there’s a double bill of A League action from Down Under. Bottom club Central Coast Mariners start at 21/5 to shock second place Melbourne City, while fourth place Brisbane Roar play Newcastle Jets from 8:30am.

Elsewhere, there’s action from the Palestinian West Bank Premier League and the Ugandan Division Two with Doves All Stars are at 29/20 to beat MYDA (3/2).

Horse Racing

Dundalk takes centre stage with a packed eight-race card starting at13:30all the way through to 17:00.

Across the pond there’s another eight races from the USA with Aqueduct from 17:30 right the way through to 23:45 at Sam Houston Park.

You can also find your racing fix from South Africa, Australia and Chile – saddle up!


British greyhound racing is still ploughing on behind closed doors with six meetings from up and down the UK and Ireland.

Get in the gates for the first race at Kinsley at 11:03 all the way to the last at Romford from 21:26.

You can also find action from Henlow, Monmore, Nottingham and Cork.


It seems they’re still going strong in Australia with a two-pronged attack of National Rugby League.

You’ll have to be an early riser to catch the 7:00 St. George Illawarra Dragons v Penrith Panthers.

The home side are 7/5 to bag the win, while the Panthers are at 8/13. A draw stands at 20/1.

Following on from that is Brisbane Broncos v South Sydney Rabbitohs – our traders can’t split these two with both 10/11 to win and 20/1 to draw.

Aussie Rules

There’s one game being played in Aussie Rules, with Western Bulldogs taking on Collingwood Magpies locking horns. Who wins? Well they’re both 10/11 to take victory and 40s on the draw.


There’s a clutch of matches going on today, with two League of Legends LPL Spring matches from 7:00 CET and 10:00 CET.

Then later we’ve got another LPL fixture and an ESL Pro League game from 14:25 with players duelling on Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication



Charlie Dear

Charlie has covered sport for the likes of The Guardian, Football365 and FourFourTwo. Arsenal sufferer. German football enthusiast.