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As the cricketing world waits for the second test between England and New Zealand on Friday there is plenty of domestic action to enjoy in the build-up. In Division One of the County Championship Durham meet Middlesex and Sussex take on Somerset whilst in Division Two Leicestershire face Glamorgan, Essex play Kent at Worcestershire host Gloucestershire.
In the Yorkshire Bank 40 Hampshire host Lancashire at Southampton whilst in the IPL the second semi-final takes place as Rajasthan Royals face Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The Power Horse Cup showcases some big names today with the four men with the lowest odds all in action. Tommy Haas faces Ivan Dodig, Janko Tipsarevic plays Guido Pella, Juan Monaco takes on Andre Ghem and Philipp Kohlschreiber contests Igor Sijsling.
At the Nice Open there are plenty of the most fancied players on court as well as Gilles Simon faces Guillaume Rufin, Sam Querrey meets Sergiy Stakhovsky and John Isner plays Robin Haase.
There is also racing from a host of places around Great Britain with full cards at Southwell, Lingfield, Huntingdon, Sligo, Worcester and this evening at Kempton.
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May has always been a thrilling month in the sporting calendar, especially when it comes to football with the season coming to an (often dramatic) climax during the month. The Premier League title may well be wrapped up but there is still plenty to play for in terms of making the Champions League spots and avoiding relegation.
In the Football League there is also the unbearable tension of the play-offs across the three divisions which will see the final team win the most valuable game in English football, the Championship play-off final.
There is also European action as both the finals of the Champions League and Europa League come around in May. Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich will contest the big one at Wembley whilst Chelsea and Benfica will do battle for the lesser of the two trophies.
The highlights of the golfing month are firstly the Players Championship at Sawgrass and then the BMW Championship at Wentworth in Surrey.
The tennis calendar overshadows golf’s though as the second Grand Slam of the year comes around in the form of the French Open at Roland Garros. Rafael Nadal will be expected to win yet another title in Paris and it is up to the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to stop him. There are two Grand Prix to look forward to in May with the Spanish followed by the Monaco race going a long way to deciding the fate of the 2013 World Championship.
England’s cricketers begin and complete their short two-match series against New Zealand that is played at Lord’s and Headingley. They then begin a three match ODI series ahead of next month’s Champions Trophy.
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