Wednesday 1st April: What sport is on?
Wednesday is hump day, so we thought we’d give you the lowdown on all the top sport that’s happening to help you get over the bump! Fancy it? Then check out all this on show…
The Nicaraguan Primera Division takes centre stage with a treble of matches on offer.
Eighth place Chinandega take on sixth position Juventus Managua with both teams looking to bounce back from recent defeats. The home side are2/1grab a vital victory, with the visitors at 23/20.
Bottom club Las Sabanas are at 29/20 to bag only their second win of the season at home to Real Madriz (8/5) who have won their last two on the spin.
To round things off, Deportivo Ocotal take on mid-table ART Jalapa – with the visitors at 17/10 to triumph.
It’s a huge day of racing around the globe with six cards from Australia, includingLadbrokes Parkand Sunshine Coast.
There’s also action from Sha Tin from 12:15pm and evening cards from Scandinavia with Bergsaker and Solvalla.
5/2 outright second favourite eSugar Ray Leonard begins his challenge for the eWBSS Middleweight belt when he takes on eRonald Wright.
Leonard is 1/6 on to win but ‘Winky’ Wright may have a puncher’s chance at 7/2. The draw stands at a lengthy 25/1.
The gaming world continues with the Rainbow 6 Latin American League featuring three big match ups including Ninjas in Pyjamas at2/7to beat INTZ eSports Club (5/2).
Later there’s a double bill of Counter Strike Flashpoint with Team Dignitas v Orgless (Bo3) and an even looking tie between Gen C and MIBR (Bo3) both 5/2 to win.
There’s Dota action too including Invictus Gaming’s clash with EHOME (Bo3) and Team Aster at a skinny 1/3 to beat Sparking Arrow Gaming (9/4).
You can also delve into a host of action from the LoL Legends Pro Leagues.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication