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Thursday is set to be an exciting day at the Crucible as the first round comes to an end and the second begins in some style with a couple of high profile contests. The two first round matches that will be played out on Thursday look to be pretty much sewn up after the first sessions with Neil Robertson and Dominic Dale both holding 7-2 leads over Robbie Williams and Mark Davis respectively.
The second round clashes should be much more entertaining, though, with the defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan in action against Joe Perry and Mark Selby taking on Ali Carter in what could be one of the longest matches of the whole tournament.
There is golf action from Louisiana where the Zurich Classic of New Orleans begins on Thursday. There are not too many big names competing over the forthcoming days but the US Open champion, Justin Rose, is one of them and he goes in as favourite ahead of the likes of Rickie Fowler and Graham Delaet.
The Europa League enters the semi-final stage on Thursday with favourites Juventus travelling to Benfica and Sevilla hosting Valencia in an all-Spanish affair.
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There is plenty to look forward to in terms of sporting action during April and for many the highlight will be from Augusta, Georgia, where the 78th edition of The Masters takes place. The first Major of the years is arguably the most iconic and it will see the world’s best scrapping it out over four days with the winner being adorned with the famous green jacket on the Sunday evening.
Former Major winners are nearly always the favourites going into them and it will be no different here with the likes of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and last year’s champion Adam Scott commanding the shortest odds. None of the very biggest names are in particularly great form though and many are saying that this year the green jacket could go to absolutely anyone in the field.
Closer to home the Premier League season is reaching its most pressurised point with the battles at the top and bottom nearing an end. The race for the title seems to have come down to just three teams as Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City continue to fight till the bitter end to get their hands on the giant trophy.
At the foot of the table it is difficult to say who will be facing the prospect of Championship football next year as there are plenty of teams that could be sucked into the mire. The likes of Sunderland, Cardiff and Fulham look especially doomed going into April though.
There is also plenty of Champions League action during April as the quarter and semi-finals are played out. There are some seriously high profile clashes and there is set to be plenty of excitement and tension to enjoy in Europe’s biggest football competition.
Darts action continues throughout April with the Premier League touring the country every Thursday. The month sees two men eliminated from the competition and just eight soldiering on in the hope of finishing in the top four and reaching finals night at the O2 in London.
There are plenty of world championship bouts going on in various boxing rings around the world during April with the likes of Wladimir Klitschko, Bernard Hopkins, Tim Bradley and Shawn Porter all putting their belts on the line during the month.
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