Latest Weekend Betting Tips - 28-29/03/2020

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While sport may be largely postponed currently, there are still plenty of events that you can bet on.

Across the world, the likes of horse racing, basketball, ice hockey and eSports are still available to bet on and below you’ll find our best tips for the weekend.

Maksim Skavysh to score first & BATE Borisov to win at 9/2 with William Hill.

If you’re after your football fix then a trip to Belarus is what you’re looking for. The Premier League is still taking place in the country and BATE Borisov travel to Mozyr on Saturday in a midday kick off.

BATE Borisov are big favourites at 7/20 with William Hill and it’s tough to see any other result. Maksim Skavysh is the side’s main goal threat and he’s 23/20 to score anytime.

We’d back him to get the first of the game though and at 9/2 fancy him as first goalscorer and an away win.

FIFA UltimateQuaranTeam: Middlesbrough to beat Central Coast Mariners at 1/2 with Paddy Power.

If Belarusian Premier League isn’t your thing then Middlesbrough are at home, albeit in the FIFA UltimateQuaranTeam tournament.

The Boro are among the favourites to win the competition and take on Central Coast Mariners live on Twitch.tv at 11am on Saturday.

They’re 1/2 to win the game and we can seeing them doing so in style. We’d back over 3.5 goals at 5/4 as the Riverside club march on into the latter stages.

The Mariners are priced at 6/4 but we thing the quality of Middlesbrough’s Danny Taylor will be just too much.

Cheltenham to beat Istanbul Basaksehir at 7/2 with Paddy Power

At 1/7 it’s fair to say Istanbul are hefty favourites in this UltimateQuaranTeam Round of 32 match up against Cheltenham. But where’s the fun in that?

We all love to back an underdog at Cheltenham, so why not back Cheltenham?

It’s all for charity and at 7/2 it could provide a decent payout should it come off. The Robins beat Dundalk last time out and we’re backing them all the way to make the last 16!

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