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5Hamilton ready to defend Malaysian GP title https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10656.jpg

The Formula One 2015 season just kicked off with defending champion Lewis Hamilton speeding his way to the top in the recently-concluded Australian Grand Prix. Now, Sepang International Circuit is heating up for this year’s Malaysian Grand Prix. Last year, Hamilton smashed his opponents to claim the top podium honours here. Will he remain the top driver and help put Mercedes atop the constructor race? Watch the race on March 29.

1.50Lewis Hamilton
3.00Nico Rosberg
12.00Kimi Raikkonen
-tournament-0 Hamilton ready to defend Malaysian GP titleMarc Marquez remains the primary threat in Qatar GP https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10660.jpg

It’s the beginning of the 2015 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, with the Grand Prix of Qatar set at the Losail International Circuit in Doha for another heart-pumping racing action on March 29. Last year, world number one Marc Marquez dominated the Doha circuit, en route to ruling majority of the MotoGP season. With his form intact and Marquez eager for a successful title defense, the Spaniard remain the number one contender for top honours.

-tournament-1 Marc Marquez remains the primary threat in Qatar GPLovren-less Croatia seek to extend lead https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10675.jpg

Euro 2016 Group H leaders Croatia host Norway on March 29, 01:00 (GMT+8). With just one point separating them from the visitors after four games, Croatia are looking to secure all three points. The last time the two sides met, Tarik Elyounoussi scored an injury time equaliser to save Norway from being humbled at home. Will Croatia let a win slip again this time? Croatia will miss the services of the injured Dejan Lovren.

2.12-1.25Croatia
1.81+1.25Norway
-tournament-2 Lovren-less Croatia seek to extend leadBas Dost to carry Netherlands against Turkey https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10672.jpg

Arjen Robben, who had torn an abdominal muscle, has been ruled out of Netherlands’ two upcoming matches. Can Netherlands still win against Turkey in the Euro 2016 qualifier on March 29, 03:45 (GMT+8) without captain Robin van Persie (ankle injury) and Robben? A win against the injury-stricken Dutch squad is possible, but a challenging task nonetheless, since Netherlands still have the in-form Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost, who has scored 13 goals in the Bundesliga.

1.86-1.00Netherlands
2.06+1.00Turkey
-tournament-3 Bas Dost to carry Netherlands against TurkeyGreen Army looking to ground high-flying White Eagles https://img-1-3.cdnnetworks.net/en/cdn/cmsi/10674.jpg

Poland are keen on extending their lead in Group D of the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers when they play Republic of Ireland in Dublin on March 30, 02:45 (GMT+8). The Republic of Ireland will be without midfielder Jeff Hendrick, who is currently nursing a hip problem. Still, the Green Army are intent on improving their table position with a win over the still-undefeated White Eagles. Can the Robert Lewandowski-led Polish side subdue the Irish onslaught?

1.820Republic of Ireland
2.110Poland
-tournament-4 Green Army looking to ground high-flying White Eagles