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Rory McIlroy looks like he could be finally getting back to winning ways after shooting a superb round of 63 in the first round of the Honda Classic in Palm Beach, Florida on Thursday. The Northern Irishman leads by just one stroke going into Friday’s second round but given that he was the pre-tournament favourite he is certainly expected to hold onto his lead.
England’s cricketers begin their tour of West Indies today with the first of three One Day Internationals in Antigua. It is a much-changed side to the one that suffered so badly in Australia this winter and will have Stuart Broad at the helm hoping for better fortune than Alistair Cook had Down Under.
There are three matches in Super League tonight with Leeds Rhinos travelling to Catalan Dragons, Hull KR hosting Castleford Tigers and Widnes Vikings playing Huddersfield Giants.
Snooker’s Welsh Open continues today with all four quarter-finals being played in Newport and there is no question that the standout contest is between Ronnie O’Sullivan and John Higgins. The other three clashes on Friday are Joel Walker playing Ding Junhui, Mark Selby meeting Joe Perry and Marco Fu taking on Barry Hawkins.
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There is plenty to look forward to in terms of sporting action during March with some absolutely stellar contests in the Premier League coming around during the month. There will be plenty of passion as ever in the North London derby as Tottenham host Arsenal and there is also an awful lot riding on the clash between Manchester United and Liverpool which takes place on the same day.
United also take on local rivals Manchester City during March which could prove to be redemption for their beleaguered manager David Moyes or in fact the final nail in his coffin.
The Champions League round of 16 continues into March when the second legs of the ties are played. Three of the British clubs have left themselves an awful lot to do as Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United all lost their opening ties 2-0 but Chelsea are in pole position to qualify after drawing their away leg against Galatasaray 1-1.
March is a big month in cricket with the World T20 getting underway in Bangladesh. All of the world’s best big hitters will be in action as West Indies look to defend their title. Before that kicks off England are in the West Indies for a short limited overs tour which involves three ODIs and three T20 contests as they look to recover from their shocking performances on tour in Australia this winter.
The Six Nations comes to a conclusion during March and as we enter the month the competition could not be closer with Ireland, England, France and Wales all locked on four points each after three games. It is really anyone’s tournament with two rounds of matches to come but at the time of writing it is England who are the favourites with the bookmakers.
There are plenty of big boxing bouts around the world over March and right at the start of the month Ricky Burns puts his WBO lightweight title on the line against undefeated American Terence Crawford. Over in America there are huge contests as Vasyl Lomachenko looks to win a world title in only his second pro fight against Orlando Salido and Deontay Wilder looks to set up a world heavyweight title shot with a victory over Malik Scott.
There is plenty of golf to enjoy this month as well with the standout tournament being the WGC-Cadillac Championship which takes place in Florida in the first full week of March.
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