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The Euro 2016 qualifiers return tonight with the hopes of Northern Ireland, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland set to become a lot clearer after they contest their respective penultimate group games in front of home crowds hungry to make a major tournament.
The Republic welcome world champions Germany to the Aviva Stadium in Group D knowing if they can better Scotland’s result, their playoff berth is secured. Scotland face off against second-placed Poland in the same group while it’s top versus bottom in Group F as group leaders Northern Ireland can secure a top two place over bottom-place, winless Greece. For a comprehensive look at these fixtures, click here.
The ATP China Open rolls on with world number one Novak Djokovic the pick of the day's play. The Serb pits his wits against home-soil hero and world number 184 Ze Zhang. The two have never faced off before but Djokovic enters the tie off the back of a 6-1, 6-1 demolition of Simone Bolelli in the second round and is best price 1/66 with BetVictor for the win. He’s also 1/10 with Betway to win in straight sets, but if you fancy a national miracle, then Zhang is available at 40/1 with Paddy Power for a victory.
In Golf, the British Masters gets underway today with Shane Lowry the 16/1 favourite with Paddy Power. The Irishmen tees off at 12:40 with Danny Willett and Thomas Pieters but the field also contains the likes of Lee Westwood, Graeme McDowell and second favourite Ian Poulter, who is 20/1 with Ladbrokes.
The World Grand Prix of Darts is down to it’s final eight with Gary Anderson and Simon Whitlock falling to Ian White and Mensur Suljovic respectively. Tournament favourite Michael van Gerwen is in action against Jamie Lewis, whom he holds a 7-1 winning record against. Van Gerwen is 1/10 with Paddy Power to advance to the semi-finals while Lewis is a naturally less fancied 8/1 with Bet365.
South Africa go in search of a series whitewash when they take on India in the final test of their T20 series with a 2-0 lead. After India were dismissed for just a a measley 92 in the last test, fna s through bottoles onto the green in protest which disrupted the contest. Despit e trailing 2-0, India are fare the bookies favourites as they have the incentive to win the home crowd back over and they are priced at 8/13 with Betway. The South Africans are 11/8 with Stan James to complete a clean sweep.
Today’s horse racing comes courtesy of Ayr, Worcester, Exeter and Chelmsford City and our NAP is Mighty Leader in the 14:00 meet at Worcester.
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