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Today's action at Cheltenham begins with the Ballymore Novices Hurdle at half-past-one.


The feature on day two of the Cheltenham Festival is the Champion Chase, which goes to post at half-three.

Edwardstone is likely to go off the favourite, but will face a stiff challenge from last year's winner Energumene.

There's also the chance of a back-to-back winner in the Cross Country Chase, as the Gordon Elliott-trained Delta Work bids for a second successive victory.

Today's action begins with the Ballymore Novices Hurdle at half-past-one.



Erling Haaland scored five goals for Manchester City in their 7-nil hammering of RB Leipzig in the Champions League last night.

The result secured City's place in the quarter-finals after an 8-1 victory on aggregate.

Haaland's goal tally for the season is now a club-record 39.

Inter will join them in Friday’s draw, after a goalless draw away to Porto secured a 1-nil aggregate victory.


Liverpool attempt to overturn a 5-2 deficit against Real Madrid in the Champions League tonight.

Their last 16 second leg encounter has an 8 o'clock start at the Bernabeu.

In the other last 16 tie yet to be resolved, Serie A leaders Napoli take a 2-nil lead into their meeting with Eintracht Frankfurt.


Brighton can boost their outside chances of finishing in the Premier League's top four tonight.

Roberto de Zerbi's side take on Crystal Palace, knowing a win will move them level on points with sixth-placed Liverpool.

Kick off at the AMEX is at half-seven.

At the same time, Southampton host Brentford.

A win will move the Saints out of the bottom three.


There’s a relegation six-pointer in the WSL tonight as bottom side Leicester go to fellow strugglers, Tottenham.


Seamus Callanan looks likely to miss at least two of Tipperary’s games in the Munster Hurling Championship.

He’s been ruled out for six-to-eight weeks after sustaining a medial knee ligament injury in their League win over Waterford at the weekend.

Tipp face Clare in their opening championship game on April 23rd, before facing Cork a fortnight later.

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