Each week we bring you the latest sporting tips and betting from lots of big football matches as well as the occasional big sporting event that is taking place at that time. However, it is difficult to bring you previews of all the events available that we’d like to place a bet on, so in this article, we are going to preview some of the top events taking place this Spring which will be of real interest to sports betting enthusiasts.

In this article, we are not going to focus so much on the big football events as we bring you details on those each week, nor the big events that we have planned to cover in an article in the future, but instead we are going to focus on events that could slip by due to the sheer number of top events taking place at that time around the world.

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Let’s now continue with our first tips for the Spring sporting calendar by taking a look at some of the big events coming up over the next few weeks.

F1 Grand Prix – Bahrain, Chinese and Azerbaijan Grand Prix

After a stunning start in Melbourne last weekend, where Bet365 Virtual Motor racingMerceedes’ Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas started the season in fine form claiming a big win ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton, the new F1 season is now underway and throughout March and April there will be another three races competed for in what should be an intriguing start to the season.

Bet365 are already offering odds on the outright winner market for the World Driver’s Championship and you can also place some bets on the Bahrain Grand Prix, the first of the three forthcoming races, on the site too. Markets for the other two Grand Prix, as well as additional markets for the Bahrain race, will become available nearer the time.

It promises to be an exciting season with lots of questions to be answered. Can anybody stop Mercedes dominance of the sport this season? Is Bottas now Lewis Hamilton’s main contender for the Driver’s Championship, or will the likes of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel or Red Bull’s Max Verstappen come good to threaten the five-time English World Champion?

What we do know is that it is impossible to predict exactly how things will go after just one race, so by the time we reach Europe at the end of April and have the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku, we should hopefully have a better idea of which driver’s and teams look likely to be the real contenders in the 2019 season.

Our Top Tip – Back Lewis Hamilton to win a sixth World Driver’s Championship with bet365 at 10/11 as we feel his odds are only likely to shorten as the season progresses.

Premier League Darts – Every Thursday until 23rd May

We are now well over the midway point of the first phase of the PDC Premier League Darts tournament with the next two weeks seeing the tour hit Europe. This week sees the players competing in the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin before we head over to the Ahoy Rotterdam a week later for two nights of action on the 27th and 28th March, which will bring the first phase of the tournament to a close.

After Gary Anderson’s withdrawal on the eve of the tournament through injury, there are nine players competing in the event, with one guest player also performing each night to take Anderson’s place. Just one player from the nine will be eliminated following the first phase, with four eliminated at the end of the second allowing the top four to progress to the finals on May 23.

Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross lead the way at the top of the table with nine points, with three players on seven points, James Wade, Peter Wright and Gerwyn Price. Mensur Suljovic has six, with Michael Smith and Daryl Gurney having five apiece and bottom of the table is Raymond van Barneveld who has just two points so far.

Unsurprisingly, Michael van Gerwen is the 1/2 odds on favourite to win the event once again, with Rob Cross a 7/1 shot, Peter Wright 12/1 and a trio of players at 14/1, James Wade, Michael Smith and Gerwyn Price.

Our Top Tip – James Wade is in great form at the moment and has really discovered his mojo. It is hard to back him to win with van Gerwen so dominant but if you fancy backing him each way at 14/1, Wadey could stand a real chance of making the final at the very least.

Grand National – 6th April

Liverpool’s spring meeting at Aintree has three days of races butGetting the best odds on Cheltenham 2019 it the big race on Saturday afternoon that most people are interested in as the UK goes betting bonkers once again as 40 horses compete to be the next winner of the Grand National.

The famous race has a long and sometimes controversial history and this year, we have the prospect of a rare double-winner occurring as last year’s victor in the race, Tiger Roll will, barring injury, be back to defend the title he won in spectacular fashion last year.

Fresh from an impressive display at Cheltenham, the Gordon Elliott trained horse is a very short priced favourite for this race at 4/1 with bet365 Sport. That however is understandable given his victory here last year and his form since.

However, the Grand National is a race where anything can happen and Tiger Roll will face stiff competition from the likes of Bristol De Mai, Elegant Escape, Vintage Clouds, Rathvinden, Anibale Fly and Lake View Lad amongst others.

You can bet on the race now at bet365 but remember the 40 runners will not be declared until a couple of days before the race, so I would ensure you back one of the favourites to avoid backing a non-runner in the ante-post market.

Top Tip – Tiger Roll should win this but I can’t back a National runner at 4/1, so instead I think Bristol De Mai at 20/1, backed each way, is a very solid tip.