March has been another thrilling month of sporting action, with highlights from across the globe.
In football, we now know 12 of the 13 European teams who will compete at World Cup 2022, while in the club game, Neymar, Mbappe, Messi and co crashed out of the Champions League as Paris Saint-Germain lost 3-2 on aggregate to Real Madrid, who are 14/1 to win a 14th European Cup.
Speaking of Real, bet365 paid out on them winning La Liga after going 10 points clear following their 3-0 win at Mallorca but they struggled next time out when being crushed 4-0 by resurgent Barcelona in El Clasico in what was a standout fixture amongst our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.
In golf, Scottie Scheffler became just the 25th man to become world number one as he won at both Bay Hill and the WGC – Dell Match Play, with all his progress having been available to follow on bet365's Live Golf Tracker.
With April looming, we've also started our build-up to the Masters, which begins next Thursday.
In rugby union, Italy confounded their critics by ending their 36-game losing streak in the Six Nations with a 22-21 victory over Wales. Meanwhile, in the 13-man code, St Helens marched on and there are already doubts over whether anyone can stop the 5/4 Saints from winning an unprecedented fourth straight Super League Grand Final.
For those who prefer motorsports, the return of Formula 1 will have brought plenty of cheer.
As expected, the change in regulations has produced a mini shake-up on the grid.
Ferrari set the pace in testing and flew out of the traps as Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jnr sealed a one-two finish in the opening race in Bahrain. However, after struggling at Sakhir, Red Bull hit back in Saudi Arabia.
Sergio Perez took pole but couldn't hold on as team-mate Max Verstappen came through to take the Chequered Flag. Leclerc's second in Saudi means he still tops the standings and is 7/4 to win the Drivers Championship, with Verstappen 5/6.
Last but not least, March also saw a stellar renewal of the Cheltenham Festival, all of which was part of our Sports Live Streaming offering.
Willie Mullins set another record as the King of Closutton left Prestbury Park with a record 10 winners, but missed out on a Friday fairy tale as Al Boum Photo finished sixth in his pursuit of a third Gold Cup. Ahead of him, Rachael Blackmore made more history as she became the first female rider to win the race aboard A Plus Tard, who is 4/1 to repeat the trick in 2023.
Thursday also saw us begin our Grand National countdown, with a look at the Opening Day of the Aintree Festival and the main contenders for the big one on 9th April.
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