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Warriors vs Cavs

Golden State Warriors have taken a 2-0 lead on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. After being lucky to escape with a win in Game 1, the Warriors came out and cruised to the win in Game 2. It got close in the third quarter for a few minutes, but the Warriors’ abundance of talent proved too much, as they pulled away for a 122-103 win. Stephen Curry set an NBA Finals record with nine 3-pointers on his way to 33 points, while Kevin Durant added 26 points, nine rebounds and seven assists.

Now, the Cavaliers will have the difficult task of trying to get back into the series as it heads back to Cleveland. It does help that they’re going back home, but the Cavs now have to win four out of five games to take the series.

Despite all their talent, the Warriors needed seven games to defeat the top-seeded Rockets in the Western Conference finals. Golden State played well, but it was also the biggest challenge the Warriors have faced since Kevin Durant joined forces with Stephen CurryKlay Thompson and Co. Besides that, they breezed through the playoffs on their way back to the finals.

The Cavaliers, on the other hand, have had a rough road back to this rematch. It took seven games in the first round against Indiana and they needed a superhuman effort from LeBron James against Boston in the conference finals, winning four of the final five games of the series to punch a ticket to the Finals. However, they’re back again and that alone should be seen as an accomplishment after a drama-filled season.

No. 2 Golden State Warriors vs. No. 4 Cleveland Cavaliers

  • How to watch Game 3
  • Where: Quicken Loans Arena — Cleveland, Ohio
  • When: Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET
  • TV: ABC
  • Stream: WatchESPN

Regular-season series: Warriors took both regular-season meetings against a completely different Cleveland team that featured Dwyane WadeIsaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder. Curry missed the Christmas Day meeting due to injury.

Last season’s playoff results: Warriors defeated Cavaliers in five games to win the 2017 NBA Finals.

Injury Report: Andre Iguodala (knee) missed the last five playoff games, including the first two games of the Finals; Kevin Love (concussion) missed Game 7 of the conference finals but returned for Games 1 and 2.

Cavaliers win if:

LeBron James has been out of his mind on the court lately. If the Cavs are going to have any chance against the greatest collection of talent ever assembled, he’ll need to keep up that level of play. Considering he is averaging 34 points, 9.2 rebounds and 8.8 assists per game these playoffs, that at least feels possible. He’ll need at least some help from Love, George HillTristan Thompson and Kyle Korver. If those four don’t show up then it doesn’t matter what James does. It won’t be enough.

Warriors win if:

The Warriors need to get the ball into the hands of Curry and let him go to work. Durant is incredible, but his isolation sets have had a tendency to drag down Golden State’s offense at times. The Warriors are at their best when Curry is bending a defense to his will and he needs the ball to do that. Give the ball to Curry and let him unleash the Warriors heavy 3-point shooting offense.

Belmont Stakes 2018, June 9

The 2018 Belmont Stakes will be one of the most watched and wagered on events in recent horse racing history. Only 12 horses have won the Triple Crown, and Justify, a horse going off at

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4-5 in the latest 2018 Belmont Stakes odds, is looking to make that number 13 after dominating the Kentucky Derby and pulling out a tight win at the Preakness. Hofburg at 4-1 and Bravazo at 7-1 in the Belmont odds are some of the top contenders to watch at the event known as the “Test of the Champion.”

Before you make any kind of bet or pick on the 2018 Belmont, you need to see what horse racing legend Hammerin’ Hank Goldberg has to say. In 2004, if you had put down $300 on his Belmont Stakes picks, you would have cashed for $21,000.

The reason Goldberg has been so successful: He goes straight to the source. In 2004, he was all over Birdstone as a 36-1 monster long shot to win the Belmont Stakes over the heavily favored Smarty Jones, who was undefeated like Justify. Goldberg had dinner with Birdstone’s trainer, Nick Zito, before the Belmont Stakes at a pizzeria in Queens.

“Nick told me Birdstone had been training great,” Goldberg said. “He was training off the charts and Nick said the horse would love the Belmont because he had the running style that fit well with the track.” The Hammer pounced on the long shot to win and put him on top of his exacta, trifecta and superfecta bets.

Birdstone, of course, beat Smarty Jones by one length in one of the most thrilling Triple Crown races ever. Royal Assault — almost a 30-1 long shot on the Belmont Stakes odds board and also trained by Zito — finished third, giving the Hammer and his followers monster payouts. Now, he’s gearing up for the 2018 Belmont Stakes.

A legendary prognosticator and current CBS Sports expert, Goldberg couldn’t have been more dead-on about the 2018 Kentucky Derby. He picked Justify to win, saying he excelled in the slop. The result: Justify sloshed to victory over Good Magic in the rain and mud by two-and-a-half lengths.

Then, he called Justify repeating at the Preakness despite an injured heel and sloppy conditions — which is exactly what happened. He also cashed the Pick 4, Pick 5 and Pick 6 at Pimlico this year.

Now that the 2018 Belmont Stakes lineup is taking shape, Goldberg released his early picks, predictions and exotic bets over at SportsLine.

We can tell you Goldberg thinks Justify will be a tired horse as he pursues horse racing’s Triple Crown as the Belmont Stakes favorite.

“The Preakness took a lot out of Justify,” Goldberg told SportsLine. “He was never pushed like he was in that race. His first race was Feb. 18 and he’s going to have considerable competition in the Belmont Stakes, much more than he faced in the Preakness.” Goldberg is sharing his projected finish position for Justify over at SportsLine.

We can tell also tell you that Bravazo, a horse going off at 7-1 in the 2018 Belmont Stakes odds, is a contender that Goldberg is impressed with in the days leading up the event.

“He almost won at the Preakness — just needed a couple extra steps,” Goldberg told SportsLine. “You have to have a lot of respect for D. Wayne Lukas’ horse, he’s one who could make a run at the Belmont.”

In addition to his second-place performance at the Preakness, Bravazo also has three career wins and two other top-three finishes. He’s been improving rapidly in recent weeks, so he’s a horse to watch out for at the 2018 Belmont.

Goldberg is also eyeing a long shot who has a big edge in distance, which is exactly what’s needed in the Belmont Stakes 2018. He’s sharing which horse it is, and his predictions for every Belmont Stakes contender, over at SportsLine.

Cavs vs Celtics Live

The Boston Celtics looked to be running away with their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Cleveland Cavaliers two games in, but the tide has turned. The Cavs are alive again thanks to LeBron James’ greatness and the Celtics’ youth showing for the first time in months.

James is averaging 34 points, nine assists, eight rebounds, a steal, and a block on 55 percent shooting from the field in 41 minutes per game in the playoffs. Hahahaha. In Cleveland’s Game 4 win to tie the series, he made 17-of-28 shots from the field for a 44-point night. He thrives both when the pressure is on and when it isn’t. There’s no stopping him until he retires.

Game 5 is a big deal

How important is winning Game 5 in a best-of-seven series? Very important, it seems:

Cavaliers vs Celtics

Cavaliers vs. Celtics Game 5

Date: May 23

Where: TD Garden, Boston

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET

TV: ESPN

Stream: Watch ESPN

The focus has to be on everyone else for Boston. Kyle Korver’s scored 14 points in each of the Cavs’ wins this series, shooting 6-of-9 from behind the arc. He’s been the unexpected third scorer Cleveland’s needed desperately. The Celtics will also have to find answers for Tristan Thompson, who’s scored 23 points combined in the wins.

Cleveland looks game-ready now. This series isn’t what it was a week ago.

HOW CAN I FIND A CELTICS VS CAVS LIVE STREAM?

Tonight’s matchup will air on ESPN, which means it will be available to livestream on WatchESPN.com and ESPN’s excellent WatchESPN app. Unfortunately, you’ll need to authenticate with a cable provider if you want to live stream the Cavaliers vs Celtics, so get your (or your friend’s/parent’s!) login credentials ready.

There are variety of alternative ways to find a Cavs live stream (or a Celtics live stream). You can find a free NBA live stream if you are a Sling TV, DIRECTV NOWYouTube TVHulu with Live TV, or PlayStation Vue subscriber. More information on all of these incredible services and additional info about how to find an Cavaliers live stream for free below.

Another NBA live streaming option is NBA League Pass. You can sign up to follow one team for $119.99 a year (or $17.99 a month) or all teams for $199.99 a year (or $28.99 a month). Local blackouts apply.

RBC Heritage 2018 Live

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RBC Heritage 2018 Live The iconic lighthouse is wrapped in plaid as this week’s RBC Heritage celebrates its 50th year on the PGA TOUR. The field includes 14 of the top 30 in the FedExCup, highlighted by No. 2 Patton Kizzire; No. 7 Dustin Johnson, who returns to Harbour Town for the first time since 2009; and No. 13 Paul Casey.

RBC Heritage 2018 Live Although the relatively relaxed RBC is a welcome reprieve after the Masters, low stress can turn into high stakes in a hurry. Jim Furyk won at Harbour Town and went on to win the entire FedExCup in 2010. (Furyk also won the RBC in 2015.)

RBC Heritage 2018 Live Dustin Johnson (T10), Marc Leishman (9) and Cameron Smith (5) are among the hot players in the field after posting top-10s at the Masters. Dru Love is playing on a sponsor’s exemption, while his dad, Davis, is a five-time winner here. Luke Donald, meanwhile, has done just about everything but wear the plaid jacket, with five runner-up finishes, two thirds and a T15 since 2009.

RBC Heritage 2018 Live John Senden makes his first TOUR start since his son started cancer treatments last year, while Wesley Bryan is the defending champ, having edged Donald by a shot. Patrick Cantlay, Ollie Schniederjans and William McGirt tied for third, two back.

Harbour Town Golf Links is a 7,099-yard, par-71 Pete Dye design that rewards pinpoint accuracy. Its relatively modest length, small greens, and low-key vibe give the tournament its identity. The RBC Heritage is also the largest professional sporting event in South Carolina RBC Heritage 2018 Live.

PGA TOUR LIVE Thursday-Friday broadcasts will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., with a Twitter window of 7:30-approximately 8:30 a.m. each day RBC Heritage 2018 Live.

We will move to featured hole coverage at 3 p.m. Featured holes will consist of the 192-yard, par-3 14th, which plays over water and to a green guarded in part by overhanging trees and a pot bunker; and the 174-yard, par-3 17th, where the wind can blow tee shots into the 90-yard bunker on the left, or into the lagoon left of it RBC Heritage 2018 Live.

Here are the Featured Groups:

(Note: All times Eastern; FedExCup ranking in parentheses.)

THURSDAY

Kevin Kisner (30), Graeme McDowell (121), Jim Furyk (151)

Kisner made his Presidents Cup debut last fall, and in his last two starts he’s been T28 at the Masters and runner-up at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. That makes him the hottest player in the group, especially given that McDowell and Furyk play at Augusta National last week. Be that as it may, they have something he doesn’t; McDowell (2013) and Furyk (2015, 2010) are past champions at Harbour Town.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Dustin Johnson (7), Wesley Bryan (150), Matt Kuchar (60)

Bryan is looking to recapture the form that saw him capture his first victory a year ago. Kuchar, meanwhile, has been a model of consistency with 10 made cuts in 10 starts, his best a T5 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and a T8 at the Houston Open two weeks ago. Johnson has yet to distinguish himself at Harbour Town, where he hasn’t played since 2009 (MC), but the world No. 1 seems to be rounding into form after a top-10 finish at the Masters v.

Tee time: 8:10 a.m. off 10.

FRIDAY

Ian Poulter (25), Paul Casey (10), Davis Love III (192)

Love says he’s “got a lot of new parts” after hip-replacement surgery last year and injuring his neck snowboarding before that. He is 30 years removed from his first victory at the RBC Heritage, but his institutional knowledge is off the charts after four additional victories at Harbour Town, giving him five total. Casey picked up his first TOUR victory since 2009 at the Valspar Championship, and is coming off a T15 at the Masters in which he threatened the course record. Poulter, meanwhile, is also hot after capturing the Houston Open in a playoff two week ago RBC Heritage 2018 Live.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Xander Schauffele (46), Cameron Smith (22), Brandt Snedeker (132)

Reigning Rookie of the Year Schauffele has had an uneven sophomore season, while Smith seems to be knocking on the door for his first individual TOUR win after T5 finishes at the Masters and WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Both players are just 24 years old. The veteran of the group is Snedeker, 37, who is coming off an injury-plagued season but proved he has what it takes at Harbour Town with a victory in 2011. He’s also a former FedExCup champion (2012) RBC Heritage 2018 Live.

2018 RBC Heritage Live

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2018 RBC Heritage Live The iconic lighthouse is wrapped in plaid as this week’s RBC Heritage celebrates its 50th year on the PGA TOUR. The field includes 14 of the top 30 in the FedExCup, highlighted by No. 2 Patton Kizzire; No. 7 Dustin Johnson, who returns to Harbour Town for the first time since 2009; and No. 13 Paul Casey.

2018 RBC Heritage Live Although the relatively relaxed RBC is a welcome reprieve after the Masters, low stress can turn into high stakes in a hurry. Jim Furyk won at Harbour Town and went on to win the entire FedExCup in 2010. (Furyk also won the RBC in 2015.)

2018 RBC Heritage Live Dustin Johnson (T10), Marc Leishman (9) and Cameron Smith (5) are among the hot players in the field after posting top-10s at the Masters. Dru Love is playing on a sponsor’s exemption, while his dad, Davis, is a five-time winner here. Luke Donald, meanwhile, has done just about everything but wear the plaid jacket, with five runner-up finishes, two thirds and a T15 since 2009.

2018 RBC Heritage Live John Senden makes his first TOUR start since his son started cancer treatments last year, while Wesley Bryan is the defending champ, having edged Donald by a shot. Patrick Cantlay, Ollie Schniederjans and William McGirt tied for third, two back.

Harbour Town Golf Links is a 7,099-yard, par-71 Pete Dye design that rewards pinpoint accuracy. Its relatively modest length, small greens, and low-key vibe give the tournament its identity. The RBC Heritage is also the largest professional sporting event in South Carolina 2018 RBC Heritage Live.

PGA TOUR LIVE Thursday-Friday broadcasts will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., with a Twitter window of 7:30-approximately 8:30 a.m. each day 2018 RBC Heritage Live.

We will move to featured hole coverage at 3 p.m. Featured holes will consist of the 192-yard, par-3 14th, which plays over water and to a green guarded in part by overhanging trees and a pot bunker; and the 174-yard, par-3 17th, where the wind can blow tee shots into the 90-yard bunker on the left, or into the lagoon left of it 2018 RBC Heritage Live.

Here are the Featured Groups:

(Note: All times Eastern; FedExCup ranking in parentheses.)

THURSDAY

Kevin Kisner (30), Graeme McDowell (121), Jim Furyk (151)

Kisner made his Presidents Cup debut last fall, and in his last two starts he’s been T28 at the Masters and runner-up at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. That makes him the hottest player in the group, especially given that McDowell and Furyk play at Augusta National last week. Be that as it may, they have something he doesn’t; McDowell (2013) and Furyk (2015, 2010) are past champions at Harbour Town.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Dustin Johnson (7), Wesley Bryan (150), Matt Kuchar (60)

Bryan is looking to recapture the form that saw him capture his first victory a year ago. Kuchar, meanwhile, has been a model of consistency with 10 made cuts in 10 starts, his best a T5 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and a T8 at the Houston Open two weeks ago. Johnson has yet to distinguish himself at Harbour Town, where he hasn’t played since 2009 (MC), but the world No. 1 seems to be rounding into form after a top-10 finish at the Masters v.

Tee time: 8:10 a.m. off 10.

FRIDAY

Ian Poulter (25), Paul Casey (10), Davis Love III (192)

Love says he’s “got a lot of new parts” after hip-replacement surgery last year and injuring his neck snowboarding before that. He is 30 years removed from his first victory at the RBC Heritage, but his institutional knowledge is off the charts after four additional victories at Harbour Town, giving him five total. Casey picked up his first TOUR victory since 2009 at the Valspar Championship, and is coming off a T15 at the Masters in which he threatened the course record. Poulter, meanwhile, is also hot after capturing the Houston Open in a playoff two week ago 2018 RBC Heritage Live.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Xander Schauffele (46), Cameron Smith (22), Brandt Snedeker (132)

Reigning Rookie of the Year Schauffele has had an uneven sophomore season, while Smith seems to be knocking on the door for his first individual TOUR win after T5 finishes at the Masters and WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Both players are just 24 years old. The veteran of the group is Snedeker, 37, who is coming off an injury-plagued season but proved he has what it takes at Harbour Town with a victory in 2011. He’s also a former FedExCup champion (2012) 2018 RBC Heritage Live.

RBC Heritage Live

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Masters streaming: How to watch the RBC Heritage Online

RBC Heritage Live The iconic lighthouse is wrapped in plaid as this week’s RBC Heritage celebrates its 50th year on the PGA TOUR. The field includes 14 of the top 30 in the FedExCup, highlighted by No. 2 Patton Kizzire; No. 7 Dustin Johnson, who returns to Harbour Town for the first time since 2009; and No. 13 Paul Casey.

RBC Heritage Live Although the relatively relaxed RBC is a welcome reprieve after the Masters, low stress can turn into high stakes in a hurry. Jim Furyk won at Harbour Town and went on to win the entire FedExCup in 2010. (Furyk also won the RBC in 2015.)

RBC Heritage Live Dustin Johnson (T10), Marc Leishman (9) and Cameron Smith (5) are among the hot players in the field after posting top-10s at the Masters. Dru Love is playing on a sponsor’s exemption, while his dad, Davis, is a five-time winner here. Luke Donald, meanwhile, has done just about everything but wear the plaid jacket, with five runner-up finishes, two thirds and a T15 since 2009.

RBC Heritage Live John Senden makes his first TOUR start since his son started cancer treatments last year, while Wesley Bryan is the defending champ, having edged Donald by a shot. Patrick Cantlay, Ollie Schniederjans and William McGirt tied for third, two back.

Harbour Town Golf Links is a 7,099-yard, par-71 Pete Dye design that rewards pinpoint accuracy. Its relatively modest length, small greens, and low-key vibe give the tournament its identity. The RBC Heritage is also the largest professional sporting event in South Carolina RBC Heritage Live.

PGA TOUR LIVE Thursday-Friday broadcasts will begin at 7:30 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., with a Twitter window of 7:30-approximately 8:30 a.m. each day RBC Heritage Live.

We will move to featured hole coverage at 3 p.m. Featured holes will consist of the 192-yard, par-3 14th, which plays over water and to a green guarded in part by overhanging trees and a pot bunker; and the 174-yard, par-3 17th, where the wind can blow tee shots into the 90-yard bunker on the left, or into the lagoon left of it RBC Heritage Live.

Here are the Featured Groups:

(Note: All times Eastern; FedExCup ranking in parentheses.)

THURSDAY

Kevin Kisner (30), Graeme McDowell (121), Jim Furyk (151)

Kisner made his Presidents Cup debut last fall, and in his last two starts he’s been T28 at the Masters and runner-up at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play. That makes him the hottest player in the group, especially given that McDowell and Furyk play at Augusta National last week. Be that as it may, they have something he doesn’t; McDowell (2013) and Furyk (2015, 2010) are past champions at Harbour Town.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Dustin Johnson (7), Wesley Bryan (150), Matt Kuchar (60)

Bryan is looking to recapture the form that saw him capture his first victory a year ago. Kuchar, meanwhile, has been a model of consistency with 10 made cuts in 10 starts, his best a T5 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and a T8 at the Houston Open two weeks ago. Johnson has yet to distinguish himself at Harbour Town, where he hasn’t played since 2009 (MC), but the world No. 1 seems to be rounding into form after a top-10 finish at the Masters v.

Tee time: 8:10 a.m. off 10.

FRIDAY

Ian Poulter (25), Paul Casey (10), Davis Love III (192)

Love says he’s “got a lot of new parts” after hip-replacement surgery last year and injuring his neck snowboarding before that. He is 30 years removed from his first victory at the RBC Heritage, but his institutional knowledge is off the charts after four additional victories at Harbour Town, giving him five total. Casey picked up his first TOUR victory since 2009 at the Valspar Championship, and is coming off a T15 at the Masters in which he threatened the course record. Poulter, meanwhile, is also hot after capturing the Houston Open in a playoff two week ago RBC Heritage Live.

Tee time: 8 a.m. off 10.

Xander Schauffele (46), Cameron Smith (22), Brandt Snedeker (132)

Reigning Rookie of the Year Schauffele has had an uneven sophomore season, while Smith seems to be knocking on the door for his first individual TOUR win after T5 finishes at the Masters and WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Both players are just 24 years old. The veteran of the group is Snedeker, 37, who is coming off an injury-plagued season but proved he has what it takes at Harbour Town with a victory in 2011. He’s also a former FedExCup champion (2012) RBC Heritage Live.

2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live

Watch all of the action from the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live from Shanghai, China with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.

Chinese Grand Prix 2018

The 2018 Chinese Grand Prix, also known formally as the Formula 1 2018 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix due to sponsorship reasons, is the 3rd race of the 2018 Formula 1 season which will take place between the 13th-15th April 2018 and the great news for all F1 fans is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Chinese Grand Prix live streaming partners 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

The race will once again take place at the impressive Shanghai International Circuit in the city of Shanghai, China, where the Chinese Grand Prix has been held every since joining the F1 calendar back in 2004 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

This is a track Mercedes and especially Lewis Hamilton have enjoyed over the recent few years with 5 wins over that period and they will be hoping that sort of form continues as it is Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel who lead both the Drivers and Constructors championships after the opening 2 rounds of the season 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

The circuit is 5.451km long which means the race is 56 miles in length with the track featuring some tricky corner combinations (especially the demanding turn 1 and 2) with a mix of high speed and low speed corners that can give drivers opportunities to overtake 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

From practice on Friday and Saturday through to Qualifying and the race itself, all of the action form the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix can be watch live online via our Chinese Formula 1 live streaming partners 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Watch all of the action from the 2018 Chinese Grand Prix from Shanghai, China, with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.
Safe, Secure and Legal 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

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Whilst picking up a free illegal stream of sporting matches and events may seem like a good idea, you often pay down the line with viruses infecting your computer or programmes added to your computer to harvest your credit/debit card details and even login details to websites including online banking 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Forget about all of those heartaches by simply signing up to one of the fantastic services features on SportsStream.co.uk 2018 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live

Watch all of the action from the Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live from Shanghai, China with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.

Chinese Grand Prix 2018

The Chinese Grand Prix 2018, also known formally as the Formula 1 2018 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix due to sponsorship reasons, is the 3rd race of the 2018 Formula 1 season which will take place between the 13th-15th April 2018 and the great news for all F1 fans is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Chinese Grand Prix live streaming partners Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

The race will once again take place at the impressive Shanghai International Circuit in the city of Shanghai, China, where the Chinese Grand Prix has been held every since joining the F1 calendar back in 2004 Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

This is a track Mercedes and especially Lewis Hamilton have enjoyed over the recent few years with 5 wins over that period and they will be hoping that sort of form continues as it is Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel who lead both the Drivers and Constructors championships after the opening 2 rounds of the season Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

The circuit is 5.451km long which means the race is 56 miles in length with the track featuring some tricky corner combinations (especially the demanding turn 1 and 2) with a mix of high speed and low speed corners that can give drivers opportunities to overtake Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

From practice on Friday and Saturday through to Qualifying and the race itself, all of the action form the Chinese Grand Prix 2018 can be watch live online via our Chinese Formula 1 live streaming partners Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

Watch all of the action from the Chinese Grand Prix 2018 from Shanghai, China, with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.
Safe, Secure and Legal Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

With so many issues around safety and security when live streaming sports, you can rest easy in the knowledge that all of the live streaming partners on SportsStreram.co.uk, such as NOW TV, only bring you 100% legal streaming and unlike so many other services that simple bring you illegal streams, you are safe from computer viruses and other nasties.

Whilst picking up a free illegal stream of sporting matches and events may seem like a good idea, you often pay down the line with viruses infecting your computer or programmes added to your computer to harvest your credit/debit card details and even login details to websites including online banking Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

Forget about all of those heartaches by simply signing up to one of the fantastic services features on SportsStream.co.uk Chinese Grand Prix 2018 Live.

Chinese Grand Prix Live

Watch all of the action from the Chinese Grand Prix Live from Shanghai, China with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.

Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix, also known formally as the Formula 1 2018 Heineken Chinese Grand Prix due to sponsorship reasons, is the 3rd race of the 2018 Formula 1 season which will take place between the 13th-15th April 2018 and the great news for all F1 fans is that you can watch all of the action live online via our Chinese Grand Prix live streaming partners Chinese Grand Prix Live.

The race will once again take place at the impressive Shanghai International Circuit in the city of Shanghai, China, where the Chinese Grand Prix has been held every since joining the F1 calendar back in 2004 Chinese Grand Prix Live.

This is a track Mercedes and especially Lewis Hamilton have enjoyed over the recent few years with 5 wins over that period and they will be hoping that sort of form continues as it is Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel who lead both the Drivers and Constructors championships after the opening 2 rounds of the season Chinese Grand Prix Live.

The circuit is 5.451km long which means the race is 56 miles in length with the track featuring some tricky corner combinations (especially the demanding turn 1 and 2) with a mix of high speed and low speed corners that can give drivers opportunities to overtake Chinese Grand Prix Live.

From practice on Friday and Saturday through to Qualifying and the race itself, all of the action form the Chinese Grand Prix can be watch live online via our Chinese Formula 1 live streaming partners Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Watch all of the action from the Chinese Grand Prix from Shanghai, China, with the whole event available to watch live online via our live streaming partners. Choose the 1 day pass to watch the whole race live or choose the 7 day pass to watch all practise sessions, qualifying and the race live.
Safe, Secure and Legal Chinese Grand Prix Live.

With so many issues around safety and security when live streaming sports, you can rest easy in the knowledge that all of the live streaming partners on SportsStreram.co.uk, such as NOW TV, only bring you 100% legal streaming and unlike so many other services that simple bring you illegal streams, you are safe from computer viruses and other nasties.

Whilst picking up a free illegal stream of sporting matches and events may seem like a good idea, you often pay down the line with viruses infecting your computer or programmes added to your computer to harvest your credit/debit card details and even login details to websites including online banking Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Forget about all of those heartaches by simply signing up to one of the fantastic services features on SportsStream.co.uk Chinese Grand Prix Live.

Dubai World Cup Live

Dubai World Cup Live, touted as the richest horse race in the world, holds its 2018 edition on March 31 (Saturday) at the Meydan Race Course in Dubai. Fashion, speed, style and true Dubai-style extravagance is what you can expect at the event. The prize money this year is worth more than $10 million.

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A total of 118 horses will take to the track on Saturday attempting to win part of the Dubai World Cup prize pool. Each horse will participate in one of nine races scheduled to take place, including eight thoroughbred races and one purebred-Arabian race Dubai World Cup Live.

Bob Baffert’s West Coast, last year’s champion three-year-old male, tops a field of 10 set for Saturday’s $10 million Dubai World Cup (G1) at Meydan. There were no surprises at Monday’s declaration stage, with all of the expected participants standing their ground. Post positions for the about 1 1/4-mile test will be drawn Wednesday Dubai World Cup Live.

The World Cup has a pronounced Breeders’ Cup flavor. Four of the contenders competed in last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) – third-placer West Coast; Gunnevera, who dead-heated with Arrogate for fifth; and the respective eighth and 10th, Mubtaahij and Pavel. And two reigning Breeders’ Cup winners are venturing outside of their own divisions – Distaff (G1) champion Forever Unbridled tries males for the first time in her career finale, and Turf (G1) star Talismanic tries his luck on the dirt Dubai World Cup Live.

Rounding out the Carnival performers is the mare Furia Cruzada, the former Chilean champion who has competed ably versus males on this circuit. The winner of last year’s Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2 (over subsequent Godolphin Mile [G2] upsetter Second Summer), Furia Cruzada has finished third in the past two editions of Round 3. That performance didn’t help her in the 2017 World Cup, where she was involved in the bumoing match with Arrogate at the start, and she was a tailed-off 13 of 14. But trainer Erwan Charpy avers that her build-up this campaign has gone much better than a year ago, so Furia Cruzada may do herself justice on Saturday Dubai World Cup Live.

Forever Unbridled figures to have a better time than the only other Breeders’ Cup Distaff heroine to try the World Cup, Royal Delta, who was unhappy here in 2012-3 during Meydan’s synthetic era. Had Royal Delta’s career coincided with a World Cup on dirt, we may have already seen a female winner. While untested against males, Forever Unbridled boasts superb form through two surefire Hall of Famers. The Dallas Stewart trainee was a closing third to Beholder and Songbird in their 2016 Distaff showdown, and she famously turned the tables on Songbird in last summer’s Personal Ensign (G1). Since Forever Unbridled looks stronger the farther she goes over 1 1/8 miles, she’s entitled to relish her chance at this distance with her new rider, Hall of Famer Mike Smith. The Charles Fipke homebred has a date with Medaglia d’Oro, the 2004 World Cup runner-up, when she returns home Dubai World Cup Live.

The other World Cup alum to return is Japan’s Awardee, a creditable fifth behind Arrogate in 2017. Lani’s half-brother was arguably in better form back then, when his six-race winning spree was snapped with a near-miss in the Champions Cup (G1), and he exited a second in the Tokyo Daishoten (G1). Fast forward 12 months, and Awardee’s best results in the interim are a pair of thirds. His recent ninth in the February S. (G1) is excusable, given the metric mile is too sharp for him and he didn’t have the clearest of stretch runs. Still, it’s difficult to make a case for him to improve on last year’s World Cup effort Dubai World Cup Live.