For four days in the middle of March, the biggest and brightest talents in the National Hunt racing world congregate in Gloucestershire and battle for supremacy at the Cheltenham Festival. This years’ Festival is just around the corner and experts have started tipping horses they think will star on the biggest stage in jumps racing.
While there are still big races to be staged and prestigious prizes to be handed out between now and the middle week of March, the Cheltenham Festival dominates all discussion in the National Hunt racing world. 28 top quality races will be run during the four-day jumps racing extravaganza and the ante-post markets are starting to take shape.
Hull FC will be eyeing up a return to the Super League Grand Final for the first time since losing 26-4 to St Helens back in 2006.
Lee Radford’s men have won the Challenge Cup, one of the most prestigious competitions in rugby league, in each of the last two years but the Super League Grand Final must be Hull’s number one objective this year. Winning the Challenge Cup has been fantastic for the supporters but most are now expecting bigger and better things.
Mixed Martial Arts or MMA is quickly becoming one of the most loved fights sports in the world. Fights consist of two fighters stepping into an octagonally shaped cage to fight brutally while combining multiple fight styles such as Boxing, Muay Thai and Jiu-jitsu to best their opponent. But how do you actually combine all these fight styles to win a match? Let’s take a look at each of the three ways to win.
Football betting is something a great many fans of the sport choose to do, as it offers a great way of adding a further element of excitement to the matches, as well as potentially a way to win a bit of money. Having some background knowledge is pretty essential if you want to participate in football betting successfully. However, esports betting can assist those who do not have a great deal of experience when it comes to wagering on football matches.