Real Madrid are one of the biggest and best supported football clubs in the world. Millions of fans from all over the world tune in to support them every game, desperate to see their team win.
Monaco have been one of the stories of the season in the Champions League. Many people thought the Ligue 1 side would fail to even get through the qualifying stage of the competition but they proved their worth at the very top level by making it all the way to the semi-finals.
The new flat racing season is only very young but it’s already time for the second British Classic of the year with the 1000 Guineas on Sunday afternoon. The Group 1 race pits the best three-year-old fillies against each other at Newmarket. It’s a one mile race which has its routes all the way back in 1814. Over that time, some of the best fillies in the sport’s history have picked up the win and we’re in for another cracking renewal on Sunday.
Nicky Henderson may have only been crowned the Champion Trainer for the National Hunt season a few days ago but it’s already time for us to turn our attention firmly to the flat. We’ve seen some quality horses make their seasonal reappearance already but the action really gets going this weekend with the first British Classic, the 2000 Guineas.
Liverpool were the width of a crossbar away from dropping more points on Monday night.